Asparagus & Prosciutto Puff Pastry Bundles with Orange Marmalade


An easy, yet elegant appetizer that will surely become a crowd favorite… our Asparagus & Prosciutto Puff Pastry Bundles made with St. Dalfour's Orange Marmalade is the sweet-savory combo of the summer!

I’ve been using St. Dalfour's 100% fruit spreads ever since I was a child - from epic grilled PB&Js to crostini appetizers to cake fillings - so, this is like a dream come true being able to share with you all  more about them! Their jams have NO cane sugar, NO preservatives, and NO artificial flavors nor colors. Learn more about them by clicking here.

What can I use instead of puff pastry?

You can substitute with crescent roll dough or homemade biscuits that have been rolled out thinly; however, you will have the best textures and flavors by using good ole puff pastry sheets. And based on personal test-and-trial, I do not recommend phyllo dough as is can become more flaky on top but mushy on the bottom after baking.

What is puff pastry? And where can I find it?

Puff pastry is available in most grocery stores nationwide in the freezer section near pie crusts! Check the label's ingredients list to ensure that your puff pastry is sticking to the basics of flour, water, butter, and salt. Often times, it does take about 2-3 hours to thaw (maybe even overnight in some cases), so be prepared to set it out to thaw in advance. But the end result? A super flaky and light pastry that makes for the best sweet or savory appetizers!

What is St. Dalfour?

St. Dalfour has been my go-to 100% fruit spread brand for YEARS now - well, ever since I was a child. So, I'd say for than just a few years lol

Their culinary-perfected fruit spreads are imported from France, and are All Natural with NO Preservatives, NO cane sugars, NO Artificial Coloring nor Flavors, and so on! Their 100% fruit spreads are made in the heart of the French countryside to an old recipe from the Loire Valley, where only the natural sweetness of concentrated grape juice is used. This produces the most fresh tasting and delicious fruit spreads, compared to your typical jams that are heavy in sugars.

What is Orange Marmalade?

Orange Marmalade is this beautiful fruit preserve that is made from the juice and peel of bitter or sweet oranges boiled with sugar and water.

What does Orange Marmalade taste like?

Orange Marmalade is vibrantly sweet with zest from the orange citrus for a little tangy bite. In a way it could taste similar to orange juice but with a little bit of bitterness, making it a perfect savory complement.

Where can I find St. Dalfour's 100% Fruit Spreads?

They are available in most online and in-store retailers, from Amazon to Whole Foods Market! You can find a location nearest to you by clicking here.

Now, it’s time to grab our aprons and begin baking deliciousness! ’till next time! xxL

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Asparagus & Prosciutto Puff Pastry Bundles with Orange Marmalade



  • 1/3 cup St. Daflour Orange Marmalade
  • 1 bunch asparagus, about 12-14 ounces, ends trimmed
  • 2 sheets Frozen Puff Pastry, thawed
  • 8 ounces Pecorino Romano or Goat Cheese, shredded or sliced*
  • 12 slices Prosciutto
  • 1 Egg, beaten
  • 1 tbsp. Olive Oil


  • Preheat oven to 425F. Line a baking pan with parchment paper.
  • In a large bowl, toss the trimmed asparagus with olive oil, salt, and black pepper.
  • On a lightly floured surface, roll out each thawed puff pastry sheet to a large rectangle that is double its original size. Using a pizza cutter, square off the edges, then cut into 10-12 squares.
  • To assemble, spread 1/2 tbsp. orange marmalade on each square, then place a slice of prosciutto on top, then a small bundle (3-4 stalks) of the asparagus, then a thin slice (1 tbsp) of cheese. Fold the ends of the prosciutto slice over the asparagus and cheese.
  • Lift up the opposite corners of the puff pasty square, then wrap them around the asparagus bundle and press down to seal.
  • Brush with an egg wash, then sprinkle with additional salt and black pepper.
  • Bake for 12-15 minutes, or until lightly golden brown and flaky. Enjoy warm.

*White cheddar is another simple alternative.

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