Deadly Snail vs Kung Fu Killer | Late Night Snack Movie of the Week

The return of Late Night Snack has only been running for three weeks but it's been a crime already that I haven't ran a kung fu flick! Deadly Snail vs Kung Fu Killer is a fantasy-infused trip that will certainly entertain readers tonight and I urge you to try the following snack while you do so...

Snail Shells


For the Snail Shells: Puff pastry sheets (thawed)
Sugar (for sprinkling)

For the Caramel Filling: Soft caramels or caramel sauce if you're lazy
Chopped nuts (such as almonds, pecans, or peanuts are fine.)
Sea salt flakes (optional, but worth adding)


Prepare the Snail Shells: Preheat your oven according to the puff pastry package instructions.
Roll out the puff pastry sheets on a floured surface.
Cut and roll each strip into a spiral shape resembling a snail shell.
Place the pastry snails on a baking sheet and sprinkle them lightly with sugar for a caramelized texture.

Baking: Bake the snail shells in the preheated oven according to the puff pastry package instructions, usually around 15-20 minutes or until golden brown and puffed up.
Let them cool completely on a wire rack.

Assemble the Caramel Crunch Snail Shells: Once the snail shells are cooled, carefully remove the tops to create a hollow space.

Fill each snail shell with soft caramels or drizzle caramel sauce inside.

Sprinkle chopped nuts on top of the caramel filling.

If desired, and you really should desire, add a touch of sea salt flakes to provide a sweet-savory contrast.

Serve: Arrange the Caramel Crunch Snail Shells on a platter for serving.
You can optionally dust them with a little powdered sugar for a finishing touch. I have a lot of French readers.

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