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I can't believe how easy and good these are!!!! I used bite-sized Milkey Way candy bars in the ones I made and they were fantastic. Thank you Lennie, I'm so glad you found that great estate sale, I am definitely reaping th benefits.

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Miss Erin December 10, 2001

These were much easier to make than I initially thought they would be!! I used Chocolate Chewy Caramels instead of Minature Peanut Butter Cups - only because I couldn't find the latter to buy anywhere. They really went down a treat! Thanks for suggesting this recipe to me! It's a keeper, for sure!

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Karin... May 16, 2002

WOW!! This recipe is wonderful!! I only had 16 ravioli instead of 24 - but that is probably due to my inexperience using puff pastry. I let mine cook for 12 minutes - they were nice and golden by then. This is a definite keeper!! I was going to take them to school on Monday, but I don't think they'll last that long! =) Thanks Lennie!!

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Graybert March 04, 2002

These are really unusual. Tasty but messy to eat, powered sugar everywhere!! I made them at Christmas and found them a little too large for my cookie trays. Mine were almost 2 inches tall. They were the giants on the plates.

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LAURIE January 31, 2002

How easy these were to make Lennie! And delicious too! I skipped the powdered sugar and drizzled melted chocolate over the top instead. Very nice addition to the Christmas goody trays! I got 25 per batch, and didn't find them overly big at all. One hint: I used a chopstick to press the pastry between the pb cups (step #6) and then cut them with my pizza cutter, and pressed edges with my fingers if they weren't completely sealed. Very easy! And they look like you spent much more than 10 minutes on them! Thanks!

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ciao December 27, 2002

This was easy to make, and oooohhhh so delicious with a half a hershey nugget nestled inside. Remeniscient of French chocolate croissants!! We rolled the pastry out thinner, and used our 70's vintage ravioli press. Make sure you wet the pastry, otherwise it won't stick. Also - caramels were not a good choice, as when they are melted, they are quite liquid-y and most of it leaked out. Will definitely make these again...and again...and again...

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MakeMineCadburys December 23, 2007

This was so easy. I used a mini cookie cutter and cut them in shapes and so CUTE! Will do this one again. I filled mine with a piece of a chocolate bar, 2 mini marshmallows(cut into small pieces),chopped nuts,

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Kym in Ohio November 12, 2002

Not bad. The puff pastry puffed up a lot more than I thought it would and they don't look much like raviolis once cooked. I used hershey's mint minis in dark, milk, and white chocolate for Christmas, and they were very tasty!

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kclime December 17, 2011

I hadn't worked with frozen puff pastry before so felt that trying these was stretching my skills. However, they were the easiest cookies to make. They were definitely enjoyed by everyone who ate them.

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ratwoman February 27, 2010

These were very easy. I think they came out too thick. Maybe filo would be a better choice, because then I could control how thick they are.

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Chef Patience January 11, 2006
Puff Pastry Ravioli Cookies