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Peanut Butter Tartlets Recipe

Peanut Butter Tartlet with Raisins


Peanut Butter Tartlets Recipe


1 sheet of Pepperidge Farm puff pastry sheet


6 tablespoons of peanut butter
2 eggs
4 tablespoons of brown sugar
3 tablespoons of butter
3 drops of vanilla extract
1/4 cup of raisins


Thaw pastry sheet at room temperature for 30 min. Unfold pastry on lightly floured surface. Use a 2-inch round pastry cutter to cut out 24 rounds. Use a rolling pin to lightly roll on the rounds and fit them into a mini muffin pan.

Use an electronic hand beater to mix the peanut butter, butter, eggs, brown sugar and vanilla extract. Add raisins to the mixture and stir well. Save some for topping.

Preheat oven to 400°F. Fill the tartlet with the peanut butter mixture (about 80% full).Top each with 1 or 2 raisins. Bake for 15-20 min. or until golden. Makes 24 tartlets.

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  1. Susan

    All I ever find when I clean out my fridge is dead pieces of celery leaves trapped in the corners of the drawer and the odd moldy cheese.

    These tartlets sound as sweet and delicious as they look!

    Susan from Food “Blogga”

  2. wmw

    Just got better then go hang around a hot oven! Aiyoh….I clear fridge, it’s expired and moldy food and ingredients. You clear fridge, you come out with cute Peanut Butter Tartlets with Raisins and some other sexy stuff! *Scratching head* – seems to be occuring a lot nowadays!

  3. jacob

    now is that awesome or what? i do that often too. my wife’s always pryaing when we get to the market. i have a tendency to stock up like world war 3 is tomorrow. god forbid.

  4. Claude-Olivier

    Hi, you have really an interesting fridge ;-) Because if I have to do a recipe now with my, it would be somthing like pasta with cheese…nothing comparable to these so nice small tartelets…LA grande classe, bravo ;-)

    Cheers and have a very nice journey


  5. Chubbypanda

    So I’m thinking we add some sambal and a little coconut milk to that peanut butter, then add some poached shrimp and make those tarlets really Malaysian. =D

  6. Rasa Malaysia

    Ai-leen – please help yourself! ;)

    Susan – I have my fair share of deal veggie and moldy food moments too…I was just lucky this time around I have some decent leftovers.

    WMW – Yeah lah, what to do…I am addicted to cooking. :P

    Team BSG – Huh? What are you on about? You drunk ke?

    Jacob – what can we do…impulsive when it comes to food shopping…everything seems to whisper buy me buy me or eat me eat me all the time.

    Claude – oh, I am sure your pasta and cheese will turn uber deluxe and grande classes when you shave your truffles on top! ;)

    Budding Cook – quick quick go buy it from my store and we can split the loot.

    Kanchana – Thanks and welcome. I just checked out your blog…oooh, South Indian cooking, exactly like those found in Malaysia.

    Chubbypanda – What a great idea…dang you should have told me earlier! :P

  7. Precious Pea

    I shall try out your recipe and serve to my guests during Chinese New Year…hehehe. Happy Chinese New Year to you and enjoy your holiday back in Malaysia!

  8. Ho Jiak

    awww…so adorable! hey rasa, i think u have a really great blog…really salute u!
    btw, r u getting better already? chinese new year coming…so better take care…or else cannot eat eat d :)
    have a happy and safe journey!

  9. Nate 2.0

    Maybe you can post what you have left in your fridge and we can help you figure out how to make a Musgovian meal out of it.

    I am envious that you get to go home for CNY. I am able to sleep on the plane but not the whole 20 hrs unfortuantely.

  10. Rasa Malaysia

    MW – yeah sure, come on over and help yourself. :P

    PP – good idea…let me know how it goes.

    Chris – I like hot weather; I hate cold.

    Ho Jiak – thanks for your kind regards and nice words, thank you. :)

    KampongBoyCityGal – thanks for your regards too. You are so sweet. :)

    Nate 2.0 – what is Musgovian meal?

    KY – I don’t know about vegetarian food…unless you fly Business class and above, if not, all in-flight food are gross.

    Pablo – thank you. :)

    Tiga – wah, you are already in Singapore ah? So fast? No wonder missing for a couple of days. Hehe.

  11. veron

    These tartlets look amazing! They are so cute like little nibbles of creamy peanut butter. I like the puff on your pastry too!

  12. Onion Raita

    Little one look very nice and cute. Hope you finished off the old ones and your fridge must be working again.

    Waiting for some more food for thought!

  13. DianneD

    Your Peanut Butter tartlets look terrific – I can hardly wait to try the recipe. Thank you for sharing! (I am also looking forward to trying your Three Cup Chicken recipe)

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