This puff pastry dessert recipe is part of a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Carton Smart. All opinions are 100% mine.
Despite falling off of the healthy eating wagon around Thanksgiving, I intend to continue my quest to be a fit 50-year-old. Even if I don’t lose all of the weight, I’m making baby steps to better health.
Imagine if you and I and everyone we know made just one small, smart decision to better the Earth every day. Nothing major…just little things like taking shorter showers, picking up trash from the side of a street, or recycling cartons and cans instead of throwing them into the garbage with the rest of the waste that will sit in landfills for eternity.
In my efforts to be conscious about the packaging that I buy my products in, I was really happy to be introduced to Pacific Foods products. They come in Tetra Pak containers, which are made from 70% paper that’s made from selectively harvested trees. What the heck does that mean?
Sweet and simple…it’s better for the environment! The packaging is green-worthy for sure, but even better is that the products take up 1/3 less space in my pantry than similar products from other manufacturers do. There are LOADS of products available, but here are the ones that I had the opportunity to sample.
Extra love for the fact that the products are ORGANIC and were DELICIOUS, too!
This puff pastry dessert looks fancy, but it’s super simple to make!
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