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These Pineapple and Mango Puff Pastry Squares are my favorite go-to dessert when I need something quick and easy to make. They are truly irresistible!
Ever since my pregnancy nausea went away after the first trimester, I’ve been craving desserts like never before! I have never eaten as much cake and pastries as I have in the last couple of months. Aldo says that being pregnant makes you realize which foods are actually good – you start craving delicious things like dessert and pizza and get sick at the thought of eating vegetables. I disagree – I actually like vegetables when I am not pregnant, but it is true that pastries have never been harder to resist!
Because of my pastry cravings, I’ve come up with a few really quick and easy recipes, and one of them is these Pineapple and Mango Puff Pastry Squares. We’ve been enjoying them recently and I plan on making them for the next few months because Pineapple and Mango season is coming up! These flaky and warm puff pastry squares are the perfect spring pastries, especially when topped with a generous dollop of Reddi-wip®! The cold, creamy Reddi-wip complements the warm, fruity pastries so well, making the whole thing just melt in your mouth. These are truly irresistible, and I am embarrassed to say how many I could eat in one sitting, if I didn’t have Aldo asking “are you gonna eat all that?”
I think the mango puff pastries are my favorite – I find them to be absolutely divine. Aldo prefers the pineapple ones ever so slightly, though he loves both of those fruits equally. Of course, you can top each puff pastry square with both mango and pineapple…. and a dollop of Reddi-wip.
All the ingredients can be picked up at your local Walmart, and this recipe really couldn’t be simpler – you are 5 simple ingredients and 20 minutes away from the most amazing spring pastry ever. If you need to feed a crowd, just double the recipe – everyone will love it, I promise!
If you need more Spring Puff Pastry dessert inspiration – you can find it here!