2 Ingredient Nutella Palmiers

Valentines Day is just around the corner treat your special someone to freshly baked Nutella Palmiers on the 14th of Feb

Who knew that these adorable pastries require just two store cupboard staples to make! Read on to find out just how easy it is to make these 2 Ingredient Nutella Palmiers!

Valentines Day is just around the corner treat your special someone to freshly baked Nutella Palmiers on the 14th of Feb

Easy as Sunday morning

I often have grand ideas at the weekend that I’ll wake up with sun streaming through the curtains, feeling refreshed. I’ll move into the kitchen after wiping the sleep from my eyes. I’ll whip up a batch of pancakes, maybe waffles and I’ll take them back to Jon who’s still dozing in bed.

This, by the way, never happens. I am not a morning person… 

Theres nothing better than waking up to the smell of fresh coffee and Nutella Palmiers find the recipe at Supper in the Suburbs

The days we do cook something tasty for breakfast it’s usually more like brunch or lunch! I’ve probably got yesterdays make-up smeared all over my face, my hair will be a mess and I’ll probably be a little bit grumpy. The likelihood is that I will burn myself in the process, cover the kitchen in mess, swear just a few times before plonking down my “creation” in front of Jon who, by this point, has been waiting an hour and a half for his breakfast…

Sound familliar? Hopefully this recipe is about to change things. It’s so simple to make that I could probably do it in my sleep!

Find out the secret to making coffee shop style Nutella Palmiers in the comfort of your own home pour yourself a coffee and read the recipe at Supper in the Suburbs

Nutella and Pastry to say ‘I Love You’

You’ve probably guessed it by now but the 2 ingredients you need to make this recipe are Nutella and ready rolled puff pastry. That is it! A cup of coffee and a dusting of icing are delicious extras but these Nutella Palmiers are incredibly moreish without the extra frills and fuss.

What I think makes this recipe so perfect for a Valentines Day treat is that firstly everyone loves Nutella…I’m sure this is a fact rather than a sweeping generalisation. And secondly, by using ready rolled puff pastry rather than making your own you can have this recipe put together in no time. Getting up early or Valentines Day, or staying up late the day before, just to make your own puff pastry shows you care…about the pastry rather than your other half. Wouldn’t you rather be snuggled up in bed longer than slaving away in the kitchen?

With this simple recipe you get to impress your special someone with freshly baked pastries AND get to stay in bed for extra cuddles. It’s totally win-win! Plus, if like me you’re not a morning person, no one need ever know! The time it takes for the Nutella Palmiers to crisp up in the oven you can have a sneaky cup of coffee to help you be bright eyed and bushy tailed when you take these back to the bedroom!

Simple Two Ingredient Nutella Palmiers a tasty breakfast pastry that goes perfectly with a cup of freshly brewed coffee

2 Ingredient Nutella Palmiers – The Recipe

2 Ingredient Nutella Palmiers

Prep Time: 20 minutes

Cook Time: 20 minutes

Total Time: 40 minutes

Yield: 30

Ingredients

  • 320g sheet of ready rolled puff pastry
  • 5 - 6 tbsp of Nutella (or other chocolate spread)
  • Icing sugar to dust (optional)

Instructions

  1. Using a spatula, spread the Nutella all over the puff pastry, right up to the edges.
  2. Gently mark where the centre of the pastry is along one of the edges.
  3. Roll both sides tightly towards the middle until both sides meet.
  4. Carefully wrap the long sausage like roll into cling film and place in the freezer for 15 minutes until firm.
  5. While they are chilling, pre-heat your oven to 200C and line a flast baking sheet with grease proof paper.
  6. Once chilled, remove the cling film and place on a chopping board.
  7. Slice the palmiers roughly half an inch thick and place on to the grease proof paper leaving an inch between each one.
  8. Bake in the centre of the oven for roughly 15-20 minutes or until golden.
  9. Once cooked, alow to cool for 5 minutes until just warm.
  10. Dust with icing sugar if you choose.
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I told you it was easy didn’t I! Do you believe me now?

Make these 2 ingredient Nutella Palmiers this weekend Serve with a fresh coffee and a dusting of icing sugar

Perfecting Patisserie

As well as sharing this recipe with you lovely lot, I’m also entering this in to the Perfecting Patisserie link up with Lucy at BakingQueen74.

Lucy is one of my wonderful blogging friends. She makes AMAZING meals and cakes in her slow cooker amongst other things. You should seriously check her out.

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If you like these Nutella Palmiers then I’m sure you will like some of the other recipes shared as part of the Perfecting Patisserie link up.

31 comments

  1. While this sounds was and delicious, I don’t know if I’m brave enough to roll the puff pastry like this! I love palmiers 🙂 and you got me at this funny intro!

    1. Haha dooseet I know that feeling!!! I am known for spreading a spoon on toast then eating two spoons (or four) straight out of the jar :-p

    1. Thanks Tracy I’m glad you like them 🙂 I am always half asleep when trying to make brekkie so the simpler the better!!!

    1. Thanks Sherri! They do look pretty impressive don’t they. Noone needs to know the secret to just how simple they were to make 🙂

    1. Thanks Sarah! I’m glad they are that convincing 😉 I took this batch to work and they all seemed very impressed I’d made them fresh that morning. I hope they don’t find out the secret!

  2. These are my favourite things in the entire world, when I worked in a cafe a few years ago my colleague would bake a batch for the cafe and then a batch especially for me! Bookmarking this recipe now – never knew it could me so simple 🙂

    1. You worked in a bakery?! That is my dream job! And how lucky to have these made by your colleague 🙂 it must be fate you’ve found this recipe now x

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