Caramello Koala chocolates wrapped snug in a sweet, flaky pastry? Yep, you can bet we gave it a go!

When I first saw this dessert concept on Facebook, I knew I had to try it for myself. Dessert doesn’t get ANY easier than this recipe guys. PLUS there’s something really cute about laying those Caramello Koalas in their pastry bed all nice and snug…

Well you know, before closing the lid and melting them. But STILL CUTE. And delicious. If you’ve been sitting on the fence and don’t have a Sausage Roll Maker yet, head to Kmart TODAY. It’s the best fun you can have in the kitchen, it really is – and there’s plenty of delicious creations to cook!

ALSO SEE: Indulge Yourself with 10 Delicious Creations with a Kmart Sausage Roll Maker

Sausage Roll Maker Caramello Koala Rolls

Makes 4 rolls

Ingredients

  • 1 sheet puff pastry, defrosted
  • 8 Caramello Koala chocolates
  • Icing sugar to dust

Method

1. Slice the defrosted sheet of puff pastry in half and lay one half in the cold Sausage Roll Maker.

Caramello Koala rolls

2. Unwrap the Caramello Koala chocolates and top and tail two of them in each of the Sausage Roll Maker cavities. It doesn’t matter which way they lay but I promise this will be the cutest sleepover you’ll see this month. 😉

Caramello Koala rolls

3. Lay the remaining pastry half over the top of the chocolates. Close the lid and cook for 8-10 minutes or until the pastry has turned lightly golden brown.

Caramello Koala rolls

4. Remove from the Sausage Roll Maker, separate the rolls and dust with icing sugar.

Caramello Koala rolls

5. Leave the rolls for a minute or two before eating. That melted chocolate and oozing caramel will be molten lava hot, so be careful!

Caramello Koala rolls

So very delicious AND NAUGHTY! What do you think, will you be willing to give these a go? What chocolate bar do you think would be amazzzzzzing in the Sausage Roll Maker? Let us know in the comments!


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South Australian mum and self proclaimed foodie, Lexi can most days be found in the kitchen, apron tied firm and armed with a whisk or wooden spoon!

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