Have a special lover you want to impress this Valentine’s Day?! These are the prefect treat after a super-sexy, romantic steak dinner! (Or McDonalds, like my favorite Valentine’s lunch memory in 2014, our first married Valentine’s Day together! We were looking at granite & lighting for our house and I had to eat or I was gonna “starve to death in the middle of a lighting emporium”! He did surprise me with homemade pasta & a chocolate torte that night, but I’ll forever cherish that McDonald’s memory!) Single?! Even better, make a double batch and shovel these bad boys into your mouth while you watch How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days & drink wine out of the bottle. I’ll probably go with the second option, because, while I’m married, Jordan doesn’t love sweets- which is weird, but also a blessing because I EFFIN LOVE TREATS (which you know if you’ve ever met me or seen my body type). Okay, this is really super simple, but I am including a few tricks because, if not used, you’ll end up having to lick half a jar of Nutella off your hands. Pro Tip: Skip anything labeled “Hint” if you’re interested in licking half a jar of Nutella off of your hands & also buy the 26.5 oz jar, or this set of two, 105.8 oz. tubs, if you’re feeling frisky! I’ve also included some of my favorite Valentine’s Day themed outfits, decor, & gifts in the widget below… just for fun!

RECIPE- Strawberry Nutella Puff Pastry Bites


  • 13 oz. Jar Nutella
  • Pepperidge Farm Puff Pastry Sheets (found in freezer section)
  • 16 oz. Fresh Strawberries
  • 2 TBSP Powdered Sugar
  • 2 TBSP Water

Directions: Pictures below

  1. Remove puff pastry from freezer to thaw out- follow instructions on box.
  2. Preheat oven to 400°.
  3. While puff pastry is still slightly frozen, unfold on floured cutting board. Cut down the fold lines and then cut each strip into 4 squares.
  4. (HINT: To keep Nutella from clumping on the floured pastry puff, use a pastry or basting brush to swipe water across each square, leaving 1/4 inch around the edges dry.)
  5. While pastry puff is still slightly frozen, use a spoon or butter knife to spread 1.5 TSP of Nutella across each pastry square. (HINT: It is difficult to spread the Nutella is the pastry puff is too thawed out. If this happens, stick squares into freezer for 5-10 minutes before trying again.)
  6. Wash and dry strawberries. Remove stems and cut in half (as shown in image below). Use knife to cut v-shape out of the top each half of the strawberry, creating the iconic heart shape.
  7. Place halved, heart-shaped strawberry in the middle of each square on the Nutella.
  8. Grease baking sheet and place each puff on the sheet.
  9. Bake for 14 minutes or until pastry puff is golden brown.
  10. Remove from oven and let cool.
  11. Use a flour sifter to sprinkle a dusting of powdered sugar over the finished product!
  12. ENJOY, friends!

Side note: I did not do this, but an egg wash (1 egg and a splash of water or milk, whisked together) brushed around the outside of the pastry would give them a nice shine!

Ingredients- Nutella, Puff Pastry, Powdered Sugar, Strawberries.
1 sheet of Puff Pastry sheet cut into 12 squares.
Use brush to spread a little water in the center of each square to avoid sticky Nutella!
Baking beauties!