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Elephant Ears

posted by Julie Evink on March 19, 2012

It’s time for another Secret Recipe Club reveal! If you aren’t familiar with this once a month I’m in a group of bloggers and we get assigned a different blog and get t pick a recipe try from that blog. We try out the recipe, write a blog on the recipe and then all reveal our blog posts on the same day. It’s fun and it introduces you to all kinds of fabulous new blogs!

This month I had Lick the Spoon. Louise at Lick the Spoon as all kinds of yummy, posts that are mainly desserts. I mean how can you not love a blog like that?

I picked out her Elephant Ears to try. I’ve never used a puff pastry before so I thought it would be fun to make a recipe with it. It was so simply and yummy. I made this for breakfast and added a powdered sugar glaze to the top of them. They disappeared quickly and my hubby said if there was another pan he’d eat them all to because they were fabulous. I love cinnamon rolls but I’m not a big fan of all the preparation that goes into them. If you are looking for a quick breakfast treat this one is it!

Elephant Ears
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Ingredients
1 sheet thawed puff pastry
1/4 cup brown sugar
1 tbsp cinnamon
1 tbsp butter, melted

1. Using a pastry brush, coat one side of the thawed pastry with melted butter. Combine the sugar and cinnamon and generously spread over the butter.

2. Starting at one end, gently roll the pastry towards the middle. When you reach the middle, start rolling the pastry from the opposite end so the pastry rolls meet each other in the middle. Cut into 6 discs and place on a parchment lined or greased baking sheet.

3.  Lather with the leftover butter and place the oven at 400 degrees for 10-15 minutes until puffy and golden.

4. If you want to top it with powdered sugar glaze (mix a little milk and powdered sugar together).

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    Comments

  • Debbi Does Dinner Healthy


    My kids would LOVE these! They look awesome!

  • Rachel @ The Avid Appetite


    ah the wonders of puff pastry…what CAN’T it do?? These look incredible! A fantastic SRC pick :)

  • Jennifer | Mother Thyme


    I definitely need some of these in my life! These look great! Fabulous choice for Secret Recipe Club! Thanks again for your delicious Tortilla Pinwheels recipe! It has been a huge hit with my hubby and kids (and me, of course)! :)

  • Eliotseats


    Anything ooey-gooey with cinnamon is a winner. These look fantastic!

  • Erin


    These look delicious! We made something similar with pie crust and they didn’t last a day in my house! I’ll have to try these out too. Thanks!

  • Lynne @ 365 Days of Baking


    Oh. My. Goodness.
    That’s all I can say.
    Because now I’m drooling all over my daughter’s keyboard. ;-)

  • Veronica Gantley


    I love elephant ears! Your pictures look amazing. You cant go wrong with scones. You picked a great one for SRC.

  • heidi


    What a great idea to use puff pastry for this – looks awesome!

  • Avanika [YumsiliciousBakes]


    That’s such a cool name. They look delicious.

  • Jamie @ Cookin' with Moxie


    Those look so easy and delicious! I love when desserts come together like that!

  • Louise


    i am so glad you and your hubby enjoyed these! great blog too!

  • NO REASON NEEDED


    Yummy!!!!

  • Lacy @ NYCityEats


    Yumm!! These look incredible! I remember wanting to make elephant ears when I was really young and then I forgot about them until now! They look amazing!

  • Kim - Liv Life


    These beauties just make me want to reach out and grab one!! Wonderful choice!

  • Teri@thefreshmancook


    Yum, these look great! Simple and delicious~the perfect combination!!

  • Rhonda


    Puff pastry is such a life saver! I grew calling fry bread Elephant Ears, we always got them at the fair so this is a total surprise to me! That’s what I love about SRC!

  • Jamie@Thrifty Veggie Mama


    i think I have an extra sheet of puff pastry in the freezer right now. I might have to try these tomorrow!

  • ms.composure


    Stumbled onto your blog via the blog hop and just wanted to show you some blog luv! def enjoyed this post :) new follower!

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  • Lisa~~


    I love that these use puff pastry sheets, they sound so simple and look delicious.

    If you haven’t already, I’d love for you to check out my Group ‘A’ SRC entry: Broiled Sushi.

    Lisa~~
    Cook Lisa Cook

  • Kelly


    Yum. Just hopped over here on the blog hop and now salivating. I’ve had elephant ears in a bakery before but I’ve never made them at home. Your version looks delicious and let’s be honest, everything is better with a sweet sticky glaze.

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