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5 Puff Pastry Snacks Perfect for Back-to-School Season

Anna Sonnenberg |

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Back-to-school season is here, whether you’re eagerly counting down to the end of the summer or you’re dreading sending the kids back to the classroom. Want to make going back to school fun for kids and parents alike? Make these tasty puff pastry snacks together and enjoy them after school!

Cheesy Puff Pastry Stars

Want to start off with something super simple? These Cheesy Puff Pastry Stars from My Fussy Eater only need three ingredients, and there’s plenty of room to customize. Use your family’s favorite cheese, whether it’s cheddar, pepper jack, or Havarti, and use your pick of cookie cutters to make fun shapes!

Pesto and Cheese Spirals

These Pesto and Cheese Spirals are one of our favorite bite-size puff pastry snacks. They’re packed with just the right amount of veggies of cheese, so they’ll appeal to both adults and kids. They’re easy to customize for your crew, too, since you can use any extra puff pastry to make fun shapes and cutouts!

Avocado Stuffed Puff Pastries

Looking for a tasty Tex-Mex treat? These Avocado Stuffed Puff Pastries from Averie Cooks look fun to make and even more fun to eat! Assemble the puff pastry, cream cheese, avocado, and salsa, and get the whole family to help. Keep some extra salsa on hand for dipping, and these make a great after-school snack.

So Easy Sopapillas

Hungry for something sweet? These So Easy Sopapillas from Kitchen Meets Girl are ready in a snap. Try serving them with some berries, whipped cream, or drizzled honey for an extra special treat!

Puff Pastry Waffles

These Puff Pastry Waffles from the Reluctant Entertainer are just the right size for little appetites, and they’re fun for kids to assemble, too. After you make the mini puff pastry waffles, add Nutella, fruit, or your pick of toppings!

Before you start baking, don’t forget to stock up on our gluten-free puff pastry! Shop our online store or use the GeeFree store locator to find our gluten-free products in your local supermarket.

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