Bacon, Brie and Cranberry sauce Palmiers

(Audio reading available for those above who find that easier than reading)

So restrictions have now been updated in the UK, meaning that we now can have 6 people in our garden. Having people round for association means a perfect opportunity to get baking! Shout out to Delicious Table who gave me this idea with their recipe.



• 1 Sheet of Puff Pastry

• 7 ounces of Brie at room temperature. Depending on preferences, you can either remove the rind or keep it on. I personally removed my rind.

•½ Crispy Bacon bits.

• 2 Tablespoons of cranberry sauce, any brand


  1. You need to preheat the oven to 200°c.
  2. Making sure it doesn’t rip, unfold the thawed puff pastry on a lightly floured work surface.
  3. Using a spoon, evenly blob cranberry sauce on the pastry, then use the back of the spoon smooth to spread it all about.
  4. Now, sprinkle your bacon and your brie all over, making sure every centimetre has a fair share of the brie and bacon goodness.
  5. Start rolling from each side, gently squeezing as you go, making sure it is nice and tight. Roll until both sides meet in the middle.
  6. Then, cover with clingfilm or greaseproof paper and let the roll relax in the fridge for 15 mins. This means it will be easier when you come to start cutting it.
  7. Once it has been properly chilled, take it out and start slicing it with a small serrated knife. It makes it easier if you first cut it in half and then slice those halves into quarters.
  8. Place the slices onto a baking tray covered with greaseproof paper. Bake for 10 to 15 mins until gloriously golden!

Great thing about these are they can either be eaten warm or cold! I hope you enjoy. Comment below how your Palmiers turned out x

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