Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Oats & Cinnamon Palmiers

These flaxy palmiers are prepared with cinnamon,sugar and oats.. Yea with oats!!!..Actually my store bought pastry sheet was sitting since few days in fridge which i wanted to finish as puffs, but coz of laziness i tried making them as this cute yummy palmiers today just by making a paste with cinnamon,sugar,oats along with some hot milk, this cute looking hearts tastes absolutely fabulous for snacks..Cinnamon flavour oats palmiers looks soo cute na..

Oats Cinnamon Palmiers

1no Puff pastry sheet
1tbsp Cinnamon powder
2tbsp Sugar
2tbsp Rolled oats
3tbsp Hot milk

Make a paste with cinnamon powder, sugar and rolled oats with hot milk, spread this cinnamon-oats mixture generously over the pastry sheet and fold on both sides to bring both edges to the middle to form a log, arrange in freezer for 15minutes.

Meanwhile preheat the oven to 400F, cut the slightly freezed log as small pieces and arrange over the baking sheet lined over a baking tray, bake for 12-15minutes until the crust turns golden brown..

Enjoy..

43 comments:

  1. wow, never heard the name palmiers, but these hearts sure look cute and I am sure must have tasted delicious as you are saying. Love the idea of filling.

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  2. wow, this looks superb and scrumptious :)


    US Masala

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  3. I love palmiers ..wow u made them with oats..love them

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  4. Palmiers with oats interesting..and it looks perfect

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  5. These are delicious Palmiers, love that you added oats and cinnamon.

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  6. This looks different and interesting... Gotta try sometime

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  7. Palmiers looks wonderful and crisp !

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  8. These looks wonderful and very yummy!
    Hope you have a happy new year!
    Cheers~

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  9. wow...cinnamon palmier with oats sounds healthy and delicious...

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  10. wow ,priya has another name innovation,flavors....so on and on....u rock priya

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  11. tasty yummy nibbles....
    Reva.
    www.kaarasaaram.com

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  12. amazing priya. looks inviting and tempting..This one is bookmarked dear

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  13. oh wow priya.. they are awesome.. A big must try!

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  14. This is perfect for tea-time! Yummy with a cup of tea!

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  15. Palmires look so delicious and cute. Loved the recipe.

    Deepa
    Hamaree Rasoi

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  16. Love the crisp and beautiful shapes. Happy 2011 to you!

    Lite Bite

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  17. The palmiers look very great and nice! Yummy!

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  18. oats is an interesting addition..looks yumm

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  19. Lovely finger food. I don't think I can stop eating these once I start :P Thanks very much for sharing. Happy Holidays! MaryMoh athttp://www.keeplearningkeepsmiling.com

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  20. It is so simple and tasty...

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  21. I did'nt know that these was called and I have palmiers priya. And I've been having these forever. Thanks for sharing the recipe :)

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  22. First time I am hearing about Palmiers. Looks so cute and very inviting..

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  23. Lovely, and interesting with the addition of oats.
    Season's greetings and best wishes for a happy new year.

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  24. great one..have to try this. btw I made the chocolate butter cookies, tasted yummy.It was very simple to make too..:)Thanks

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  25. Superb Priya looks mouthwatering.

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  26. Delicious ...... I make this with different stuffings many times. Luv ur version.

    Wish you and your family a very Happy New Year

    Cheers,
    Satrupa

    http://satrupa-foodforthought.blogspot.com

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  27. I love palmiers but never thought of adding oats to them. thanks for the idea.

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  28. The palmiers look like a scrumptious sweet treat, and I'm really impressed by the various ways you come up with to use oats!

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  29. Lovely palmiers.....never tried making them though!!!!!

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  30. wow, this is my kind of snack...simply love them!

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