How to make it

  • Preheat oven to 400F.
  • Prepare instant pudding according to package directions.
  • While pudding is chilling, follow directions for thawing (if frozen),unfolding and baking puff pastry sheets.
  • Cut into desired shape (I do a rectangle) at bake at 400° for twelve minutes or until golden.
  • **Pay close attention to baking time, sheets burn easily.
  • Let cool to room temperature.
  • To assemble :
  • Place a layer of pastry on a large rectangular plate or pan..
  • Gently spread with a layer of pudding, then another layer of pastry. Repeat the layering process until ingredients are used up.
  • Heat your chocolate fudge until it is at pouring consistency.
  • Pour or drizzle over the tops of your Napoleons, and dust very lightly with the confectioners sugar.
  • Use a serrated knife to cut these into bars for serving.
  • Keep refrigerated until serving time.
  • If you want to substitute a low fat, or zero fat pudding in this recipe, there is still enough sugar to give it flavor with half or no fat in the pudding.

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  • aluminum_chef 9 years ago
    I've always known this as mille-feuille and am SO excited to have found this - they are just the yummiest dessert, but i would never have thought there was an easy way to make them!! :) Thank you so much for sharing
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    " It was excellent "
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  • debbie919 9 years ago
    This is one of my favorite pastries... =) Thanks for sharing!!
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