I had a packet of Feuilles De Brick - which is fine mediterranean pastry - and a pot of ricotta cheese in the fridge. I simply mixed the ricotta with three dessertspoons of caster sugar and spread this mixture on each layer of pastry - rolled some up into a cigar shape and others in small packages and baked in the oven at 220C for approximately 4 minutes.
A sprinkling of icing sugar and our appetite for something sweet with our tea was satisfied - in no time at all. The only disappointment was that the pastry was salty - but not so much as to be inedible for a sweet confection.
Next time I will make my own pastry or try to find something "unsalted".
Yesterday, however, was a different story - youngest daughter Sera and her friend Elle - at a bit of a loose end decided to make some cupcakes and decorate them. They were rather pleased with the results.
No problem deciding what to have for afternoon tea yesterday!!