Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"A dense chocolate and walnut filling rolled up with Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry - so simple, yet sure to satisfy any chocoholic. Serve with a puff of whipped cream."
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Pepperidge Farm® Puff Pastry
4 (1 ounce) squares
butter or margarine
I would give this six stars if I could! It was simple to make, impressive to serve, and scrumptious to eat. Ingredients easy to find, directions easy to follow. I even made it at my house and drove it across town and put it in the oven there. Everyone loved it, including some very good cooks. It made 6 big servings, could easily make 8, or even 10 if following a heavy meal. I used a serrated knife in a sawing motion to cut the strudel, and it stayed intact instead of squashing. The only thing I did differently was to add a little sugar, because the "bittersweet" 60% chocolate I bought was more bitter than sweet. So I sprinkled on about 3 Tbsp powdered sugar after I spread the chocolate on the pastry dough, just before the nuts. Then it was just right for eaters aged 14 to 70 on New Year's Day.
I gave it 4 stars even though mine didn't come out that great. It tasted good but, I melted my chocolate too much so it melted the dough a little. only melt chocolate slightly and mix till it's gooey. roll it out on the the tray you'll use in the oven b/c transferring it while rolled is a bit tricky. :)
Easy and a great hit at quilt away weekend 2008
This was awesome! I did not need to cook it nearly as long as suggested, so mine came out a little too crisp but everyone loved it. Next time I will just put it in for less time or add foil to the top so it doesn't get too crisp.
Yum! I served this for a luncheon with friends. I wish I would have made two. One comment was that it tasted like fudge wrapped in pastry.
This was very easy to make and took no time at all. I doubled the walnuts and was glad I did. This was very ordinary.
Very easy recipe, easy to make, I liked it just okay because I thought it was a bit too messy. If I try it again I will use less chocolate to see if that makes a difference.
This turned out as it says it will. It was well received by my husband and daughter, but my son and I didn't care for it. It is extremely fudgy, and you almost can't taste the dough at all.
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