Following my decision to book a safari to celebrate my 30th birthday in February, I could suggest that I hunted for a safari-themed baking recipe. But in this case I had seen the recipe in the August issue of Martha Stewart Living and the Singer family quickly decided that these had to be made. Right now.
Two days later (after I had time to get more pastry after the pastry which I had frozen had gone off) I made them. I didn’t use two packs of pastry and have to tell you that if they have the pre-rolled puff pastry then this is so much easier to use. I also didn’t cut the into 1 inch pieces but halfed this and made more. We were all happy.
These are pretty much a palmier but they have the addition of toasted pecans which adds a whole new dimension to the cookie. We ate these hot from the baking tray and then the next day with ice cream. They were very, very good and I’m tempted to make another batch right now despite the temperature hitting 30c today.
Recipe can be found here: Elephant Ear Cookies