Lemon Flowers


This next recipe looks awesome. So, grab your ingredients and utensils and lets get to work.

You will need the following ingredients:

  • 1 package of frozen dough (you can buy it from your local mini market)
  • lemon mousse = 1/2 can of condensed milk, whipped in a blender with juice of 2 Tahiti lemons
  • 2 tablespoons sugar powder (icing)

You will need the following equipment:

  • shape for mini cupcake (with 24 cupcake spaces)
  • a cookie cutter in the shape of a flower

Follow the instructions:

1. Unroll the frozen dough and leave it for half an hour at room temperature. Start by cutting flowers with the cookie cutter shaped as a flower.
2. Place each flower inside the hollow cupcakes form. Fold one petal (petals alternating out) into another and fit the dough into the cavity of the cupcake form.
3. Carefully push the three outer petals against the sides of the tray, and then push the other three inner petals also against the walls of the form.
4. Make holes with a fork in each of the funds of the tart dough still raw, twice the times. Bake at 180 degrees for about 5-7 minutes or until golden.After cooling remove to a plate.
5. Fill each flower with lemon mousse.
6. Sprinkle the sugar over the flowers and Voila!

As other suggestion you can use as filling cream: Nutella, jam, cream, vanilla cream topped with fruit buds … you have endless possibilities.

3 Responses to “Lemon Flowers”

  1. Cynthia Dunlap says:

    Is the oven temp in Celsius? If so, 180 Celcius would be about 350 Fahrenheit.

  2. ellyn nottingham says:

    can we get instructions on how to make the mousse? also, is the milk sweetened condensed, or evaporated?

  3. Nancy Ashley says:

    What kind of dough is this? Puff Pastry?

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