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How to Make Elephant Ears Like You Get at the Fair


Baby Elephant Ears

4 ingredients and you have yourself a treat that's yummy to eat! This Baby Elephant Ears recipe brings back memories that you can pass on to your children. The best part? Your kitchen will smell AMAZING afterwards.


Easy Elephant Ears 1 tube Pillsbury Grands Flaky Layer Original Biscuits, Cinnamon Sugar Mixture - I always keep a container in the cupboard so I don’t have an exact recipe – this really depends on you so mix a little sugar and cinnamon together until you like it) – you will need about a cup, Oil for frying


Easy French Palmier Cookies. A.K.A. ELEPHANT EARS! These are a very easy crispy cookie, made up of simply 3 ingredients. Quick to make and very flexible with flavors. Suggestions for sweet and savory in the recipe for you! |


Palmiers a.k.a. Elephant Ears

These elephant ears cookies are so light and crisp. There are only 2 ingredients if you buy pre-made puff pastry. Kids (and husbands) just love them!

Just like the fairs and festivals! You can make an entire batch for the cost of one from the fair! Elephant Ears

from Flourish - King Arthur Flour

County Fair Fried Dough

Country Fair Fried Dough 2 cups Flour 2 t baking powder 3/4 t salt Work in 2 T cold unsalted butter, in 1/2″ cubes, using a pastry blender, your fingers, or a mixer. Stir in 3/4 cup lukewarm water, and mix to make a soft dough. Let sit 15 min. Divide into 8 balls and flatten fry in peanut oil till brown flipping once. Serve with honey, powdered sugar or fruit topping.