I am patiently waiting for my second grandchild to be born any day now. We already know its going to be a girl and her name will be Madelyn. She will be just 10 months younger than my first adorable grandson Owen. He is more fun than I could ever imagine so I am really looking forward to two. There's nothing better than being a Grandma. While I wait for Madelyn to come I have been busy doing one of my favorite things - baking. These are very easy and so good my husband said he wanted these as his birthday dessert next December. I am sure by then he will forget and want something else. If you don't like nutella then you can substitute a few chocolate chips in its place.
One box of two prepared pie crusts (in refrigerated section)
1 banana chopped
1 cup nutella spread
1 pint raspberries chopped
1 egg white
course sugar for sprinkling
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Unroll one pie crust onto clean surface and cutout as many piece as possible with desired shape. Lay cut out pieces on baking sheet lined with parchment paper.
Spread nutella on each shape trying not to go to the edge if possible. Nutella can be messy at times.
Place chopped bananas on top of the nutella spread.
Place chopped raspberries on top of the nutella and bananas.
Take second pie crust and cut same number of desired shapes with it. Place on top of each one and crimp with a fork to seal in all edges.
Brush with egg white wash and sprinkle course sugar on top of each one.
Bake for 10 minutes until dough has browned nicely. Serve warm or cold. Makes 12 but it all depends on the size of the shape you choose.
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