Apple, Walnut and Sultana Logs

Apple, Walnut and Sultana Logs as spicy and fruity puff pastry rolls filled with apple, walnuts and sultanas topped with melted chocolate.

When you cook or even bake a lot sometimes you would have accumulated a lot of excess ingredients and sometimes you are wondering what you would do with all this unused or leftover items. For me I treat it is as a time to get creative otherwise these ingredients will be all wasted, so for today we will be doing some freestyle made out of all leftover ingredients and readily available in my pantry. I will call this dish the Apple, Walnut and Sultana Logs which is inspired by the savoury sausage rolls.

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Apple, Walnut and Sultana Logs

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  • Author: Raymund
  • Prep Time: 15 mins
  • Cook Time: 20 mins
  • Total Time: 35 mins
  • Category: Dessert
  • Cuisine: Free Style


Apple, Walnut and Sultana Logs as spicy and fruity puff pastry rolls filled with apple, walnuts and sultanas topped with melted chocolate.


  • 2 pcs puff pastry sheets
  • 23 pcs apples, sliced into small pieces
  • 1/2 cup chopped walnuts
  • 1/4 cup honey
  • 1 tsp cinnamon powder
  • 1/4 cup sultanas
  • pinch of salt, beaten
  • chocolate syrup


  1. In a bowl mix together apples, walnuts, honey, cinnamon, sultanas and salt
  2. Place puff pastry in a clean flat surface, place half the mixture of the apples in top then roll and seal edges. Do it with the remaining ingredients.
  3. Carefully slice and divide prepared pastry into three pieces, place them in a baking tray.
  4. Brush top with beaten egg and bake in a 180C preheated oven for 20 minutes or until top turns golden brown.
  5. Remove from oven then let it cool. Drizzle chocolate syrup on top then serve.



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  1. I love puff pastry for sweet and savoury dishes. These logs look divine.
    🙂 Mandy

  2. Lily says:

    I want to try this one but can you please tell me what is sultanas, thanks a lot

  3. I’m a sucker for sweets, I wish I could pluck this right out of the screen!

  4. Delicious! A lovely way to use up ‘leftover’ ingredients and most certainly a perfect tea time treat or Autumn. Chocolate Syrup just makes everything so much better, I can imagine they’d be equally tasty with a little dried orange peel & choc too 🙂

  5. Lovely way to use up leftovers! I love anything rolled up in puff pastry. These look fabulous and very elegant for a “leftover ” creation.


  6. Alex says:

    So pretty! That’s a great way to use some of the things I only use in festive days. I was thinking about Christmas… I always have sultanas at home at that time, but those who aren’t eaten are often left for weeks before I remember to use them again. Thanks so much for the idea, because I really loved it and will use it next time!

  7. Annabel says:

    This really looks delicious!

  8. I adore walnuts and apples together, this sounds amazing!

  9. Juliana says:

    Raymund, I love the combination of the dried fruits and the walnut inside this puff pastry…looks delicious, light and flaky.
    Thanks for this recipe and have a great week 🙂

  10. nusrat2010 says:

    Man! This must be the sexiest log in the world ! The look, the filling, the feeling, the vibe are just goosebumps !
    Fabulous photography 🙂

  11. Raymund!!!!!!!! These logs are driving me insane…I so wish you could fedex me them all!!!!

  12. kiwidutch says:

    You had me hooked at “puff pastry” ..
    …my fussy kids would turn their noses up at the walnuts and sultanas (they have no clue what they are missing) but I would be in heaven.. apple just completes the picture perfectly. I’m saving this recipe! Thanks 🙂

  13. I think these might be bite sized crispy delicious logs for my hungry teenagers. Great little simple recipe when you need to make a dessert in a flash.

  14. Charles says:

    Hehe, sounds great Raymund – it reminds me of a cross between a pain au chocolat and a strudel! Great little dessert!

  15. mjskit says:

    Well, you certainly know how to free-style! What a delicious looking treat! I could “almost” make these right now except for one important ingredient that I have never had in my pantry – puff pastry sheets. However, I bet you I could use those leftover crepes I have in the fridge. YUM!

  16. This looks so delish! A perfect sweet treat!

  17. Can’t go wrong with these combination of ingredients…I might take some caramel sauce on mine though. 🙂

  18. eunice says:

    Looks really good. this is making me crave for this…

  19. buttoni says:

    OMG, Raymund. I don’t eat sweets this high-carb anymore, but if I were going to break my low-carb diet plan, THIS would definitely be something to tempt me. These took MARVELOUS!

  20. I have all these ingredients right now & I think I’ll go to the kitchen and make these apple walnut-sultana logs this very minute. Thanks for sharing!

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