Perfect Bake® recipe

Almond Lace Tuiles

These delicate beauties are a wonderful complement to a sorbet or ice cream. They are called lace tuiles (a tuile (pronounced twill) is a thin crisp wafer) because of the little holes that form when they bake. When they're warm they can be shaped to act as a cup for cream and berries or into a tube like a cannoli. When cool they transform into a crispy, buttery delight.

Forming Tuiles


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Servings : 30 cookies
  • Almond - 2½ oz
  • Brown Sugar - 3⅞ oz
  • Unsalted Butter - 4 oz
  • Bread Flour - 1⅝ oz
  • Corn Syrup - 2⅞ oz