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Coconut Palmiers

Hi Friends, I recently moved my previous blog to self hosted one. As you all know my previous one was called Cookwithsmileblog. Due to your support and outstanding feedback,I thought of moving to self hosted to reach out more amazing friends. It is a little hectic and stressful to move the site. My most important aspect​was not to lose my valuable readers. I think I did it. If you have any issues or feedback about this blog, feel free to comment below.

Coming to today’s recipe, it is a Coconut Palmiers ?. Who doesn’t love palmiers?As being a Keralite,  I love coconut in everything ?❤. This recipe is the result of that. The outcome was really good and kids just loved it. I give this in my kids snack box for school.


Puff Pastry sheet – 1 ( I used store bought)

Coconut – 1/2 cup grated

Sugar -1/2 cup + 2 tbsn


  • Pre heat oven at 400 degree Fahrenheit.
  • Thaw puff pastry sheets as per directions.
  • Roll it slightly. Spread grated coconut and 1/2 cup sugar.
  • Roll one side half way to centre and another side to centre.
  • Now fold the two folded sides to overlap.
  • Refrigerate it for 10 minutes.
  • Cut it to 1/2 inch thick pieces. Roll the cut sides in sugar.
  • Spread it in baking sheet and bake for 20-25 minutes.
  • Serve.




  1. Coating the cut sides in sugar is optional. You can skip this.
  2. Baking time depends on the level of crisp and golden color you need. I love more towards dark golden. So keep an eye on yours.



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  1. Very nice! I’ve never had these before. Does it matter if the coconut is freshly grated or bagged off the shelf? Thanks!

    Congrats on your site move! 😉

    1. I highly recommend you try this. I always go for freshly grated if I can but in this I used frozen. Thank you so much ?. I hope you will give a try ?

  2. These look tasty!

  3. Congrats on your blog move dear 🙂 These look amazing 🙂

    1. Thank you so much ?..I thank you for the support ?

  4. Very nice! I have never tasted this before, they look so yummy!

    1. Try this.. You will surely love it. Thank you dear ?

  5. Love the new blog name. The recipe looks delicious.

  6. Nicole Neer

    Love love love this! Looks so yummy (and easy!).

    1. Thank you so much ?..true it’s so easy yet delicious

  7. Lisa

    Can’t wait to try these!

    1. Do try ?.. you will love it.. don’t forget to let me know your feedback ☺

  8. Looks delicious! Great with some tea and coffee!

  9. These cookies look so delicious, can’t wait to try them out. Thanks for sharing!

    1. My pleasure ?..do try and let me know your feedback.. thank you

  10. This is so yum! I love palmiers

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  12. These look delicious and I imagine they’d also be lovely with cinnamon or vanilla sugar too! I love how easy they are.

    1. Thank you 😊..yes they would be great with cinnamon and vanilla sugar too..

  13. Very easy to make palmiers… bot just kids adult will love these goodies

    1. True.. this is a great treat for both kids and adults 😊

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