Baked Puff Pastry Reuben Roll Up


Reubens are one of my favorite sandwiches. What a unique way to make them using Puff Pastry, another favorite of mine. There is corned beef, sauerkraut, baby Swiss Cheese, caraway seed and Thousand Island Dressing all rolled up inside a delicious Puff Pastry, can it get any better?

To see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.


  1. There is nothing on the planet better than a Reuben! Having a belated birthday celebration at the end of the month and there WILL be Reubens! 😀 😀

    Looking forward to trying this version.Puff pastry makes everything better! 🙂

  2. Oh my goodness. Your description literally made me drool and I read it to my daughter and she actually told me to stop as she’s too hungry. 🤣🤣🤣

  3. Oddly, I don’t think of Reuben sandwiches as something I like, but when I take a bite of one, it wows me! I’m going to pass this on to my husband to make (for both of us); they are a favorite for him.

  4. Forgot the mention to you, my grandson asked me to make chicken Alfredo for him.

    I had never made chicken Alfredo so Monday I made it in advance before he comes over for dinner next Sunday.

    Turned out very good. I use whole milk, heavy cream and chicken broth and parmesan cheese.

    I searched the Internet and reviewed 3 recipes. I settled on the one that didn’t use flour. My husband found thin Fettuccine noodles at our local grocery. We don’t like the thick Fettuccine noodles.

    The only thing I did different from the recipe is that I boiled the noodles for 3 minutes, drained them and added them to the sauce and chicken.

    The recipe stated to add uncooked noodles to the sauce. I don’t like doing it that way because it adds too much starch to the food.

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