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Easy Sweetheart French Palmier Cookies

French Palmier Cookies shaped in hearts with white chocolate colored pink on one side side of the heart cookie, also with pink sprinkles

French Palmier cookies made special for Valentines

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Easy Sweetheart French Palmier Cookies shaped in hearts with white chocolate colored pink on one side side of the heart cookie, also with pink sprinkles

French Palmier cookies made special for Valentines

Biting into one of these not too rich, but multiple layers of  awesomeness Easy Sweetheart French Palmier Cookies are…well, it’s on it’s way to being in love  😛 

But how can you get one you ask?

Do you live by a gourmet bakery?  It’s not convenient for me to get out to one all the time….

Do you have the moolah to purchase French Palmier Cookies anytime you want from the bakery? I don’t either….

Would you like me to show you how to economically and easily make these French inspired Easy Sweetheart French Palmier Cookies from puff pastry? 

Don’t let the pastry part scare you.  You keep it in your freezer to bake up anytime you want to impress your family or guests with these Sweetheart French Palmier Cookies, even if it isn’t Valentines.

These cookies are so delicate and incredibly tender, and with this little trick of making them into a heart shape, they are perfect for guests, family and friends as gifts! 

Believe me, these delicious  Easy Sweetheart French Palmier Cookies will make you everyone’s Sweetheart and they would be glorious put in little boxes or bags in:  THOUGHTFUL VALENTINE KINDNESS SWEETENS OUR DAY TOO

 





Easy Sweetheart French Palmier Cookies

Ingredients:

1 package of frozen Puff pastry, defrost according to directions on the box. Be very careful not to let the dough come to room temperature

1/4 to 2/3 cups granulated sugar, may need more or less

Pink chocolate buttons/drops/melts

Sprinkles, if desired  

 

Directions:

Heat oven to 350 degrees.

Line 2 baking pans with parchment paper.

On a clean counter or cutting board,  liberally sprinkle with granulated sugar.

Take ONE of the thawed puff pastry sections out of the package (the box comes with 2 sections) and lay it on top of the sugar.

Sprinkle the pastry  liberally with more sugar.

French Palmiers made special for Valentines

Roll the pastry into a rectangle of just over an 1/8″ thickness.

French Palmiers made special for Valentines

 

 

Working from a long side, roll it together, not tight, but snug to the middle.

Repeat this with the other side, so that both rolls meet in the middle.

French Palmiers made special for Valentines

Mark at 1/2″ then slice the puff pastry.

French Palmier made special for Valentines




Place the cookies onto the parchment, allowing space, about 2-3″ apart.

French Palmier made special for Valentines

Loosen the middle of the dough and pinch the ends together to form a heart.

French Palmier made special for Valentines

 


Bake for 15-22 minutes, depending on the size of cookies and your oven.

Bake to a light brown yet make sure the center of the cookies are baked through.

French Palmiercookies made special for Valentines

Remove from oven and place on cooling rack.  

You can use the parchment paper for another batch of these same cookies.

When the cookies are all baked and cooled, place about 1/2 cup of the pink chocolate melts into a microwaveable bowl.

Heat for 15 seconds,

French Palmiers

Stir well.

Continue this process for 10 second intervals until the chocolate is smooth and warm to a bit more than a baby bath temperature.French Palmiers

Spread the cookies with the melted chocolate, all or half, as desired.

Frech Palmier cookies made special for ValentinesUse sprinkles if desired.French Palmiers

Allow chocolate to set up.

Store in an air-tight container. Use within 3 days.

Carrie Groneman’s recipe, Copyright Carrie Groneman, A Mother’s Shadow, 2014, 2018

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Easy Sweetheart French Palmier Cookies shaped in hearts with white chocolate colored pink on one side side of the heart cookie, also with pink sprinkles

French Palmier Cookies shaped in hearts with white chocolate colored pink on one side side of the heart cookie, also with pink sprinkles




French Palmier Cookies made special for Valentines

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13 Comments

  1. Diane Roark says:

    Carrie,

    I LOVE THESE!! I will be trying this recipe. I know my special needs son could make these.
    Thanks for sharing. I am pinning it!
    Blessings,
    Diane Roark

  2. Veronica Lee says:

    They look scrummy! I will definitely try these! Yummmmmmmmmm!

    Happy Wednesday and thanks for stopping by!

  3. Veronica Lee says:

    These look totally divine! I will definitely try this recipe! Yummm!

    Thanks for stopping by! Happy Wednesday!

  4. What a fun project to make. My kiddos would have fun “painting” the chocolate on.

  5. Mrs. Smith says:

    These are just precious! I love Valentine’s Day for all the fun little desserts and crafts. Never have attempted palmiers before but they certainly look easy enough. Always a pleasure!

  6. These are just so sweet and fun! Thanks so much for sharing at our Best Of The Weekend party. Pinning this to our party board and have a great weekend!
    {PS: When I went to pin this your image title is: “DSC_0147 – 1” so I had to rename it to pin. Just an FYI to make sure you title your images so that people can pin and share your posts quickly!}

  7. These are super cute! Thanks so much for sharing at Simple Supper Tuesday.

  8. Ali says:

    Aww, these are adorable 🙂 Thank you so much for linking this recipe up at Recipe Sharing Monday. I hope to see you back next Monday. Have a good weekend!

  9. I really love these cookies, but can rarely find them around town. Thanks for posting on The Wednesday Roundup.

  10. My kids and I made these today for dessert. Super easy to make and very very good!

  11. Diane Roark says:

    Carrie,

    I truly love these Sweetheart Cookies. They are so cute!

    Thanks for sharing!
    Many Blessings,
    Diane Roark

  12. Oh, Carrie, these are so beautiful! Thank you for sharing a great tutorial! 🙂

  13. Hi Carrie – These are so lovely. Thanks for sharing this with the Let’s Get Real party. I am pinning it to our group board on Pinterest.

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