Foody Thursday – Cream Puffs

These are easy. At least I never managed to get them wrong before. Happy Baking!

Pastry

1 CUP OF water
100 gr butter
1/4 tsp salt

heat till butter melts, add

1 cup flour

mix well while heating. Take off the stove and let cool.

Beat with mixer adding one by one 4 eggs. Butter would be quite thick. Using pastry bag with the star nozzle form pastries on a slightly greased cookie sheet.

Shape and size is up to you.

Bake at 210 C for about 7 min, then switch to 190C and bake till slightly brownish and firm to touch.

Once cooled, fill with your favorite filling – we used whipped cream. Dont forget to decorate!

Bon appetite!

Puffies

Compliments of
Real Estate Agent with Sutton Group Summit Realty

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3 thoughts on “Foody Thursday – Cream Puffs

    • Cream puffs

      Good day 🙂
      They will lose crispiness in the fridge or outside. Recommended shelf life of whipped-cream filled pastries – about 12 hours – refrigerated. I would not leave them at room temperature at all – whipped cream gets separated.
      You could freeze your filled pastries, but again, the filling might lose its consistency.
      If you need the store your puffs longer – you might want to try other types of fillings – butter filling, cream cheese 🙂
      Hope this helps

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