Made from thinly rolled puff pastry dough that’s been folded in finely ground sugar, palmiers rise into caramelized, crispy cookies. Store-bought puff pastry dough makes what is otherwise a time-consuming treat a cinch.
What to buy: Be sure to look for an all-butter puff pastry; the flavor is superior. You will find brands like Dufour in the freezer section of many specialty grocery stores, including Whole Foods. Avoid brands made with partially hydrogenated shortening.
We’ve written this recipe to accommodate puff pastry brands sold in both one and two sheets.
This pastry was featured as part of our Parisian Sweets photo gallery.
This right here was a stroke of genius on a lazy afternoon when my husband urged me to whip up a quick...