I make this cream cheese rhubarb pastry recipe when I’m looking for a different type of sandwich to eat! It’s easy to make and oh, so yummy!
Did you eat cream cheese and jelly sandwiches as a child? I did. (Christopher didn’t. But he was deprived.) If I couldn’t have a peanut butter and fluff (marshmallow creme) sandwich, then my second choice would be cream cheese and jelly.
Way back in those days, they didn’t have whipped cream cheese so it was always a challenge to not rip the white bread when attempting to spread the block cream cheese on it!
However, on the bright side, we’d get a thicker layer of cream cheese on that sandwich.
Want another pastry sandwich idea? How about a almond butter and banana puff pastry recipe!
Jelly Story that has Nothing to do with rhubarb sauce
So, we ate grape jelly along with just about everyone else in that era. I still love concord grape jelly.
However, I’m wondering if anyone else’s mom did this? My mom used to take an almost empty jar of jelly and fill it with milk and let us drink out of the jar.
Okay, here’s the truth. I NEVER liked it. NEVER.
But I would pretend to because, silly me, I didn’t want to hurt her feelings by rejecting it.
Now, I realize that I didn’t have to pretend because she wouldn’t have cared, not one bit.
Do you have anything like that? Something you wouldn’t eat/drink by yourself but you pretended to like so you didn’t hurt another person’s or your mother’s feelings? I’d like to hear about it, especially if you didn’t need to pretend because the person wouldn’t have cared if they knew!
Leave me a comment to let me know.
First thing I do is take one sheet of puff pastry out of the freezer and let it defrost for 40 minutes.
Next, I preheat the oven to 400 degrees Fahrenheit.
Then, I grab my rhubarb sauce and my whipped cream cheese.
I spread some cream cheese on two of the pastry squares and add rhubarb sauce. Don’t go all the way to the edges of the puff pastry dough.
Be generous with the rhubarb sauce!
Lay it on Baby
So, I take the empty squares and place them on top of the filled ones. Next, I press down the edges making sure that they’re sealed.
Finally, I place them in the oven and bake them for 15 minutes!
Puffy wuffy cream cheese rhubarb pastry!
Let’s look at another view!
Finally, let’s cut one of them in triangles and plate it.
So flakey. Yum, yum!
Now for a bite!
This cream cheese rhubarb puff pastry is so delicious. You can use any sauce or jelly/jam, but I enjoyed it with the rhubarb sauce!!
Eating this puff rhubarb pastry was so satisfying.
So, I hope you enjoyed this recipe.
Please feel free to leave me a comment telling me what you pretended to like, but didn’t. You can also Yum the recipe to Yummly and Pin any photo to Pinterest!Print
Slightly sweet but oh so yummy! A great alternative to a sandwich!
- 1 sheet puff pastry, thawed and cut in 4 pieces
- Whipped cream cheese, you choose how much
- Rhubarb sauce, or any jelly/jam or sauce
- Preheat oven to 400 F
- Spread cream cheese on two of the squares, leaving a little border
- Add rhubarb sauce or jelly – be generous
- Place each empty square on top of the filled squares and press down sides to seal
- Bake for 15 minutes
- Revel in the puffiness
- Cut at a diagonal
I am not going to add the time it takes for the puff pastry to thaw! ALSO: you can use any jelly or jam!
- Serving Size: 1 Sandwich
- Calories: 589