Holiday Turkey Puffs

I am in full holiday appetizer mode over here. I’m dreaming of cozy pajamas, a hot toddy, and a plate full of these puffs to enjoy next to the fire. These puff pastry snacks are filled with my favorite holiday flavors: turkey, brie, cranberry, and mustard with a slice of pear for a sweet crunch. Sounds good, right? Do you want to come over? I’ll make more!

In continuation with my sponsored partnership with Kretschmar and local Cleveland Marcs Store’s, I’m sharing this really simple recipe with you today. You’re going to love it!

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As I’ve mentioned before, I love Kretschmar Off The Bone deli selections because they’re free of additives like gluten and MSG. When you pile them high on your sandwich, you know you’re eating high-quality meat, and that’s exactly what I’m here for. I’m also about time-saving hacks and using Kretschmar helps save you time in the kitchen, which in return you can spend with your family.

Let’s Dig In!

Holiday Turkey Puffs
Serves 6
1 Box Puff Pastry, Thawed
1/2 lb Kretschmar Deli Off The Bone Pan Roasted Turkey
1/4 cup cranberry jelly
12 small brie bites, cut in halves
1 pear, sliced into 24 small slices
1/4 cup whole grain mustard

1. Preheat oven to 425 F. On a lightly floured surface, roll out your puff pastry until the seams are smooth. Cut into six squares.
2. Layer each puff square with cranberry, mustard, brie, pear, and turkey. Roll up until the edges overlap. Lay on a baking sheet lined with parchment. Bake for 20 minutes or until the pastry is brown and golden. Serve with additional mustard and cranberry sauce for dipping! These are so good!

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Before 2018 is over, I’ll be giving away five , $50 gift cards to local Cleveland Marc’s Stores, so that you can stop by their Cold Cut Counter and pick up some Kretschmar so that you can make some of these delicious puffs, too! Keep an eye on my Instagram, @thatswhatsheeats over the next two weeks for that giveaway! It’s going to be fun stuff.

Hope you love these puffs as much as I do, and if you make them over the holidays, be sure to tag me so I can share your foodie creations!

Thanks, friends!

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