Thursday, 15 December 2011

Cinnamon sugar palmiers


I've mentioned before that I love palmiers but the last time I tried to make it at home, it wasn't perfect. So after a little research I decided to give it another go. My main inspiration comes from one of my favourite blogs Joy the Baker. I then saw a cinnamon version on 365 days of baking based on Joy's recipe. The pictures on both blogs looked amazing and I had high hopes for my second attempt. I'm very pleased to report that I was not disappointed in the least. The result was exactly what I was looking for. Crisp, buttery, sugary and cinnamonny (is that even a word?!) Perfect for Christmas so I am entering this to the English Mum's Big Christmas Bakeoff 


This is really easy to make and all you need are 3 ingredients - puff pastry, sugar and cinnamon. To make the cinnamon sugar, mix 1 cup of sugar with 2 teaspoons of cinnamon. 


 spread lots of cinnamon sugar on a worksurface

 Place puff pastry on top and sprinkle more cinnamon sugar on top. Roll out the edges of the puff pastry with a rolling pin 

 fold one end to the middle and repeat on the other end so you end up with.... 

...something like this

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 place in the fridge for about 30 minutes then slice and place on baking tray. Bake for about 20 minutes and... 

..voila! 


15 comments:

  1. Oh my.... this looks tasty, and festive! I also love cinnamonny things!

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  2. Ooh these look and sound so delish! I can imagine they are amazing warm! and Cinnamony is definitely a word in my book! :)

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  3. That's what their called Palmiers! I love them but always forget its name hahhaha :)
    Yum yum ~ Can you please send some over to HK? ~

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  4. awww how adorable!

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  5. They look fantastic! And perfect to get everyone in the Christmas spirit! :)

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  6. I've been wanting to make these for awhile. Thanks for the reminder!

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  7. OH YES! I love cinnamon sugar and palmiers, so these are my dream treat! Great step by step photos too!

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  8. Yum, they look great. I love puff pastry!

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  9. I LOVE them!!! You did such a great job!!! Thanks so much for the shout out!!
    I look forward to visiting you again!

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  10. Jo - thanks, love cinnamonny things too, got another one tomorrow :)

    Cupcake Crazy Gem - thanks! I am loving the word cinnamonny now :)

    Daisy - Sending some over now :)

    Sunshine - Thanks :)

    Lorraine - Thanks :)

    Yummychunklet - Do give them a try, you'll love them :)

    Karen - Thanks, hope the step by step photos help

    C - Thanks, love puff pastry too

    Lynne - your welcome, thanks again for your inspiration.

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  11. I have never eaten a palmier, but yours look delicious. This recipe sounds like something I would love.

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  12. Words of Deliciousness - do give it a try, its really, really good :)

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  13. I love palmiers - sometimes in the bakeries here they make really huge ones - like, absolutely enormous, size of my face! They're one of my favourite treats when I'm out - yours look really professionally made - love the addition of cinnamon too!

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  14. Charles - I want a giant one! thanks for your kind comments :)

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  15. Another great recipe & the step by step photos are amazing ^^

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