These Cinnamon Sugar Palmiers are the perfect treat to accompany your morning coffee and are easily made from pastry dough and a cinnamon sugar combination. Make these and you’ll make any breakfast a little more special.
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When I first decided to do these, I was SO surprised at how easy it was to make them!
Well, if you don’t make your own dough from scratch, that is. 😉
I’m sure it isn’t difficult to make puff pastry from scratch, it’s probably just time consuming.
What I do know is that it definitely tastes much better than the store bought stuff.
This recipe is very good, but you know nothing beats something that’s homemade.
I saw palmiers, aka elephant ears, on Joy The Baker and they looked so easy that, “even a caveman could do it”.
Easy peasy if you want to add a special treat to your breakfast table or surprise the kids when they come home from school!
I also found some other super cool palmier recipes!
These Rainbow Palmiers are super fun! They’d be a right and happy addition to breakfast on a rainy day. I love these savory Cheese Garlic Herb Palmiers. They’ll be perfect appetizers for our next party or Game Day menu. At our holiday parties, I’ll be serving these Savory Cranberry, Pistachio and Goat Cheese Palmiers. Yum! It’s not too early to add these Valentine Palmiers to next year’s list of holiday treats!
It’s ok if there’s a tear, just use a dab of water and piece it back together.
Sprinkle the remaining sugar mixture entirely over the dough.
Beginning with one of the longer sides, gently roll it towards the middle, stopping in the center of the dough.
Do the same with the other side, rolling into the center.
Refrigerate for an hour until firm.
Bake for 6 minutes, rotate the cookie sheet and then bake for another 6-8 minutes until golden.
You will have quite a bit of sugar mixture left over, so you may not want to use a whole cup, but you can make good use of what’s left on the counter when the dough is in the fridge.
It’s fun time!!!
Time for cinnamon/sugar art on the counter!
We’re excited that peaches will be in season soon because these Cinnamon Peach Pancakes are super delicious with fresh fruit!