|Heat up water and butter|
|Add self-rising flour to water/butter mixture|
|mix eggs well|
|Mix the dough well until it forms a ball on the stove top|
|Place in oven at 425 degrees|
|Mix filling ingredients well|
|Dust well with powder sugar after filling with pudding mix|
|Caught eating chocolate pretzels yesterday....just look at the mouth. Too cute!|
Back today with recipe #10!!! WooooHoooo! A yummy one I have not made in many many years. It is adaptable instead of the cream use chicken salad, ham, tuna salad, chocolate cream, etc....... You can even drizzle chocolate over them instead of the powder sugar. You can make them bigger they will just take a little longer to cook. Bite size size is great here, but bigger and chocolate frosting they are like an eclair. The boys even called them doughnuts, well Dusty said "nonuts" too cute! The picture of him is after he got caught yesterday sneaking a chocolate covered pretzel......fish lips!! Gotta love it!!
1 cup of water
1 stick butter/margarine
1 cup of self-rising flour
Boil water and then add butter/margarine continue mixing adding flour and eggs (premixed) Beat well on heat until the dough forms a ball. While still warm shape and cook on greased cookie sheet at 425 degrees for approx. 15-18 minutes and depending on size until golden brown. They will not increase insize by much, if any. Cut while warm and cool then fill with filling of choice. Dust with powder sugar.
Cream Puff Filling
1 box of vanilla instant pudding small box
1 cup of heavy cream
1/2 cup of half/half
1 tsp. of vanilla
1/2 cup of powder sugar
mix well in mixer and chill add to open cream puffs, then dust with powder sugar.
The recipe came from my first cake decorating instructor who also did a lot of catering in her lifetime. She was in her early 80's when she game this recipe and I was like 22, Mrs. Nancy Patrick . I would go to her house and we would just make cakes, goodies and cook. Can't wait until tomorrow for the next recipe, I asked hubby to take me grocery shopping tonight so we shall see. My mother called today and I was on the phone a right good while, sorry for the delay. Have a wonderful safe weekend, Cyber Hugs, Dawn Gallop
mmmm they look yummy :) TFS the recipe and great pictures
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