Recipe: Delicious Palmier Cookies
Palmier Cookies. French palmier cookies look like they'd involve a million steps, but did you know you can make them with just three ingredients? These French Palmiers Cookies (Elephant Ear Cookies) are fantastic and so easy-to-make. Palmiers are crisp, buttery, sweet, and very elegant.
These are a very easy light, crispy, flaky A palmier translated from French simply means 'palm tree', pig's ear or elephant ear. Palmier. (Palm Leaf Cookies, Pig's Ear, Elephant Ear Cookies, French Hearts, Shoe-Soles, Glasses, Schweineohren, Palmeritas, Jalebi, Orejas, Cœur de France, Pastry Hearts). Looking for sweet cookie recipes, the latest fashion trends and inspo, or a way to up your If you aren't already familiar with the crunchy, delicate, heart-shaped cookie, you're about to get to know it. You can cook Palmier Cookies using 4 ingredients and 16 steps. Here is how you cook that.
Ingredients of Palmier Cookies
- You need 1 of ready rolled puff sheet.
- Prepare 1 cup of granulated sugar.
- You need 3 tsp of ground cinnamon.
- It's 3 tbsp of butter, melted.
Buttery, Flaky, Crunchy, Sweet Palmier Cookies! Ya know…the only decent dessert hanging out at the local Chinese Buffet! (Can someone Please explain this to me? Palmier Cookies are baked on the French Cookie Oven. Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.
Palmier Cookies step by step
- Preheat oven to 200c/180c fan assisted/400f/gas mark 6..
- Make sure the dough doesn't get to warm. Remove from fridge only when ready to cook. If pastry is frozen thoroughly defrost in fridge over night. Mix the cinnamon and sugar well..
- Then on a flat and clean surface sprinkle some of the sugar mixture, place the pastry over the sugar and roll the dough out slightly with a rolling pin..
- Sprinkle evenly some of the sugar mixture over the dough..
- Gently roll the pin over the dough to make as much of the sugar mixture stick as possible to the dough..
- Brush with the melted butter and sprinkle with a pinch more sugar mixture..
- Fold two opposite edges evenly about an 2 inches each edge..
- Roll the pin over the pastry gently just to press the edges down..
- Then fold in the same edges again evenly, allowing the edges to meet in the middle. Again, gently roll the pin over pastry to press it all down together..
- Then fold together and chill the dough for 15-30 minutes in the fridge so that the butter becomes firm..
- Cut the dough into pieces. About a centimeter thick..
- Dip the sides into the remaining sugar. Shake any excess sugar off and place on a tray lined with a parchment sheet..
- Place pastry approximately 2 inches apart to give them enough room to expand. I also added a drop of melted butter to each one..
- Place tray in preheated oven. Bake for 8-12 minutes..
- Then using a spatula turn and bake for another 2-5 minutes Or until both sides are golden brown. Times will vary across each individual oven used..
- When done immediately transfer onto a cooling rack and leave to cool..
Sliced into individual cookies, this is what gives the palmiers their distinctive "palm" or elephant-ear Slice into cookies: After chilling, transfer the log back to the work surface. Use a sharp knife to slice. Transfer cookies to a parchment paper-lined baking sheet and sprinkle with remaining tablespoon of sugar mixture. Transfer to a baking rack to cool. Palmier cookies: fun to say, fun to make and delicious to eat!