January 2 is National Cream Puff Day. These light and fluffy pastries filled with cream have a taste that is worthy of celebration! What better way to take note of the day than with one of these tasty cream puff recipes.
There seems to be a National Day for pretty much everything you can think of. Today, this sweet, filled pastry gets it’s own day!
Cream puffs are made with the same dough that is used to make profiteroles, eclairs and other puffy pastry desserts. They are a mixture of water, flour, sugar, butter and eggs and taste amazing! The cream puff dessert idea originated in France and is also known as a choux a la creme. Often times the filling is made of custard and chocolate sauce is a favorite topping idea.
Collection of Cream Puff Recipes
If you like the taste of coffee, you will love these mocha cream puffs. They are made with coffee crystals, vanilla yogurt and cocoa powder.
Dusted in powdered sugar and light as air, try one of these lemon cream puffs from Tastes of Lizzy.This recipe from Amanda’s Cooking uses the idea of a cream puff but transforms it into a delicious and fluffy cake recipe.
These delicious raspberry cream puffs have a fruity raspberry filled center.
These cinnamon cream cheese pastry puffs have a sweet savory taste and are easy to make.
You had me on peanut butter! These peanut butter cream puffs combine two of my favorites – peanut butter and chocolate for one delicious dessert!
This peach and berry tart combines the fluffiness of cream puffs in the pastry for a light and summery dessert idea.
This tutorial from Walking on Sunshine Recipes shows how to make home made cream puffs. They really aren’t that difficult!
Need some more inspiration for cream puff dessert idea? Try one of these:
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