I love to travel and I plan the best trips. I seriously considered becoming a travel agent. What have you taken from your experience of writing your book and how has that influenced you personally? This transfers to so many areas in life. The one secret ingredient to your success is:. Working hard and not being afraid to grab opportunities when they come my way. Barbara, you are seriously one of the best.
Thank you for being one of my all-time favorite foodie crushes! The best part about cream puffs? They can be sweet or savory like thes e. Chicken salad cream puffs here I come! And a whole lot more. Those French, they do it every time. There is no wrong or right way to fill your cream puffs. I used a simple strawberry jam in the bottoms of my cream puffs, but feel free to experiment with whatever your cravings are. As always, thank you for reading and for supporting companies I partner with, which allows me to create more unique content and recipes for you.
All opinions are always my own. Contact Start Here! These are perfection!!!! And all of the tips for choux are fantastic — I remember making SO much choux pastry in culinary school. It was one of my favorite pastries to learn more about. Love her to pieces and her cookbook. You did a great job of capturing how fun and easy cream puffs are to make. Thanks for sharing! Well first off, we had so much fun at your class, and your book is making me want to make them every week!
Thank you for sharing your secrets with us Barb! Pate a choux has always been on my recipe bucket list—perhaps this post will finally put them on my to-do list! What a treat they would be for a special occasion! I absolutely adore Barbara and am so honored and flattered that she mentions me and my blog as one of her favorites to follow. Right back at ya, sweet Barbara!
Oh My Goodness — do these look delicious. And I think both you — and Barbara — are amazing!! Wow these looks so good! I already pinned them Im gonna have to try making them over reading break! This is such a great cookbook and I made a big batch of the choux dough and it worked like a well…dream! So many great ideas inside the book for flavours and decorations too :. What a beautiful tribute to my sister!
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I love all you said, and am so proud to see the triumphs of Barbara. I noticed that a lof of people have posted complaints about lumps. The trick is to not put the cream cheese with all 4 C. Easy to make. Made the filling the day before. Even though I mixed a little milk into the room temp cream cheese, I still had tiny lumps in the pudding. Took advice of other reviews and made This is incredibly good, I have friends beg me to make it!
The only thing I do differently from the recipe is to put a layer of chocolate icing underneath the pudding mixture to make it taste ju Is it possible to be in love with a dessert? I saw this recipe and tried to find an excuse to make it. So a work function came up and I whipped it up for that. The dough part may seem intimidat Great recipe I made it using two 9" pie plates and cooked the pastry for 20 minutes. The second one we froze and ate later it was just as good as the first! This recipe was absolutely amazing, although we liked the corner pieces best the middle pieces can be a little sloppy, and it's tastiest to have a little of everything in each bite!
Mmm, mmm. Next time, I may just melt some ch This cake was fabulous!! My mom made our family's favorite cake and I made this one. For the first time ever In my family that is a true testament for greatnes I made this for Christmas and everyone loved it. On low speed, mix to cool it down slightly before adding the eggs. Add each egg until the dough looks smooth, glossy, and gooey — but be careful!
You may not need to add all of the eggs. You still want it to be firm enough to hold its shape when piped. Prep a pastry bag with a large, round tip. Fill the bag with the prepared paste. Pipe small mounds of paste on two sheet pans lined with parchment paper, leaving enough space in between each mound.
You should have 12 evenly spaced mounds on each pan. Using water to wet your finger, lightly press down on the tips of each mound, to create a more even surface on top when baked. Remove from the oven. Wait a few minutes before transferring the baked products to a cooling rack to cool completely. While they are cooling, make the whipped cream by whisking together the heavy cream, vanilla, and powdered sugar until thick and fluffy. Once the baked pastries are completely cool, slice each one in half horizontally with a serrated knife.
Remove any extra dough from the inside of each half. Transfer the filling to a piping bag fitted with a large star attachment. Pipe and fill the bottom half of each with whipped cream. Finish the filled half with a pretty rosette design. Gently place the top half on top of the rosette, being sure not to press down too firmly.
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Once garnished with any kind of liquidy filling, you need to serve them right away. The filling will soften the crisp pastries if allowed to sit for a longer period of time. As another serving option, the cream puffs can be stored and served frozen, a perfect cold treat with a scoop of ice cream! Cream puffs are light, airy, and crispy pastries perfect for any party.
Filled with sweetened whipped cream and served with seasonal fresh fruit, these desserts are heavenly. What do you think of this pate a choux treat? Have you tried making this recipe at home before?
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She enjoys travel, photography, cooking, and baking. Nina tries to cook from scratch every day when she has the time and enjoys trying out new spices and ingredients, as well as surprising her family with new cake creations. Back when I still dreamed of a lavish wedding, I wanted a croquembouche. I also really enjoy the idea of a savory filling. Hummus or avocado, mmm, I can see it now.
I love cream puffs, and had never considered making them from scratch. I have had cream puffs with pineapple bits mixed into the whipped cream, and they were so delicious, that is probably the one addition I would make to the recipe. I have brilliant ideas now in regard to this special dessert…. I had made it around ten times before I was comfortable making one for her. I once had a Croquembouche that a friend made with ready-made cream puffs and we started picking the ones on top until we got down to the bottom.
This could go either way, to be honest. It all depends on how the bread tastes and how heavy it is. If its really light and flakey then this could become a favorite dessert in my household. If it has the weight and consistency as a cookie it might not fare so well. Thank you for the recipe!! Actually, it really has a fluffy and light consistency. I absolutely love cream puffs but have never had the thought to make my own so when I saw the picture for this recipe I just had to click on it.
Plus the picture looks just mouth watering! I just love the idea of putting ice cream in it to make a delicious dessert, especially in the summer.