Multiples in the Kitchen: Strawberry Jam Heart Palmiers


Palmiers filled with strawberry jam and shaped into hearts are a festive treat for Valentine’s Day. They’re also fun for little hands to make.

Strawberry Jam Heart Palmiers on Multiples in the Kitchen

Gather your (very few) ingredients and equipment.


Use a spatula to spread jam onto a sheet of puff pastry.


Roll the sides in until they meet in the middle.


Cheeese! I mean strawberryyyyy! Though you could make these with cheese!


Roll one side of the rolled edge on top of the other like so, and chill in the fridge for 10 minutes (I just left the rolls on the cutting board and put the whole thing in the fridge).


Then use a serrated knife to cut them into about 1/2 inch pieces.


You may need to shape them into a heart by pinching the middle with your fingers.


Then sprinkle them liberally (and very precisely, it seems!) with sugar and bake until golden brown.


Cute and a little bit different for Valentine’s Day.

Strawberry Heart Palmier Cookies - Multiples in the Kitchen

Strawberry Jam Heart Palmier Cookies

  • 1 package (2 sheets) puff pastry, thawed
  • 1/2 cup strawberry jam
  • Sugar for sprinkling

Preheat oven to 350 degrees F. Unfold thawed puff pastry and spread jam in in an even layer. Roll the pastry along the edges until they meet in the middle, then stack the two rolls. Chill for 10 minutes, and cut into 1/2-inch pieces. Arrange on a lined baking sheet and shape into hearts if necessary. Sprinkle liberally with sugar. Bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes or until golden brown.

What treats do you like to make for Valentine’s Day?


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