Croquembouche with the Daring Bakers!
May's Daring Baker's Challenge - Piece Monteé or Crouchembouche. Done with caramel and chocolate pastry cream, sugar cookie decorations and spun sugar.
The May 2010 Daring Baker's Challenge was to make a croquembouche--a tower of cream puffs.
It's a Croquembouche condensed into a Pop!
A tower of delightful cream puffs, made gluten and dairy-free!
Learn how to make Pâte à Choux dough and make beautiful Cream Puffs with Chocolate Sauce (and many other goodies)
A delicate treat- cream puff!
Cheesy gougeres made with two different recipes: a comparison
The best way to start the day - gluten-free churros!
Croquembouche: Cream Puffs with Chocolate-Orange Custard
Cream puffs or pate a choux, this cabbage looking puffs are filled with homemade creme patisserie and are served deliciously cold!
Profiteroles, a dessert so versatile that they are equally welcome after a Friday night pizza fest, or a formal dinner for company.
Mini cream puffs - filled with whipped cream and berries.
Profiteroles with Ice Cream and Chocolate Sauce.
french cruller doughnuts are made with pâte à choux and topped with vanilla cream glaze
Black Pepper and Thyme Gougères (aka Cheese Puffs!) You'll be shocked how easy these are... and no mixer needed!
Julia Child's pate a choux!
Crullers with Cinnamon-Vanilla Glaze
Cheddar and Gruyère Gougères - Light cheese puffs with a hint of heat.
Mascarpone Cream Puffs
Pomegranate Gnocchi with Pomegranate Ganache. Experimenting with dessert and pomegranate pate a choux.
Cheesy poofs - a quick, easy, delicious French hors d'oeuvre.
Profiteroles with Ricotta Mascarpone
Goat cheese and herb gougeres.
Gougére. French cheese puffs made from páte a choux and gruyere cheese.
multiple failed attempts finally lead to perfect cream puffs!
Eclairs (text & recipe in Bulgarian)
What dessert recipe could possibly be worthy of a guest-post on Food Blog of the Year? Perhaps Profiteroles with Chartreuse Ice Cream.
A croquembouche, the traditional French wedding cake made of choux, or cream puffs, and caramel
In french, "pets de nonne" means nun fart. Ugly name but very yummy and a delicious treat for Hannukah! [in French; use translate.google.com]
Cream Puffs in a Nest of Spun Sugar for my Birthday!