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Free online jigsaw puzzle for adults and kids of profiteroles. These cream puffs are dusted with powdered sugar and served on a white plate.

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cindylou1
Sep 6, 2016
Cream puffs are great with different kinds of ice cream and sauces.
carolsapple
Nov 12, 2016
I've had them where there was ice cream inside. The named Profiteroles. Was dining at one restaurant where they put coffee ice cream and then hot fudge sauce. My cousin has a restaurant here and he does it this way and it's omg yum! Homemade chocolate sauce.
cindylou1
Sep 28, 2016
I recently made them for the first time in years.
PurplePandora
Mar 27, 2016
I love cream puffs. One time I filled them with egg salad and chicken salad, labeling each. Boy, was that a flop. I guess everyone thought that the pastry had sugar in it and thought that would not go together. Well, we had lots of leftovers. My family enjoyed them. It's a shame that most of the people were not adventurous enough to try something different. I love them and napoleons. Enjoy Easter.
Coravee
Oct 20, 2015
Cream Puffs are kind of fun to make--always a surprise that flour, milk and eggs cooked into such a thick goo can turn out so puffy and light. Of course the sweet ones are my favorite, but have used bowl sized cream puffs to hold chicken salad or ham salad. Very nice luncheon dish. There is no sugar in the shell on any recipe I have ever seen. Perhaps a diabetic could use sugar-free pudding in them.
KarenBuglet
Oct 21, 2015
I had forgotten all about it, but your post reminded me that my mother made cream puffs filled with chicken salad on occasion. They were delicious. Thanks for the memory jog.
Trinijig
Oct 21, 2015
I love making puffs, and in our country you find them at most all bakeries. Here you will hardly ever find them fill with cream. We fill them with chicken, cheese, ham just about anything that can be made with mayo.
Coravee
Oct 22, 2015
That sounds good! Here in bakeries they are only cream filled (sort of a vanilla pudding.) But Bisquick Co. had a series of recipes a few years ago for making the big ones with ham salad, and another large one seasoned to use for a taco salad. Fun to experiment with.
jigsawmaniac13
Mar 18, 2016
Ive never had cream puffs.Are they good?
nightmare
Feb 2, 2016
My mom used to split them and put whipped cream in the middle. They were really good that way.
dbnc2
Dec 25, 2015
Looks good
DonnaM
Nov 19, 2015
The puzzles are different and fun, and the timing adds a real challenge.
Starrphyre
Oct 20, 2015
There is a treat called "Angel Food Cake". I think cream puffs are more likely to have come straight from heaven than that cake!
trynfindit
Oct 20, 2015
There is an angel food cake dessert that is yummy. It's made from...wait for it...angel food cake, :), Cool Whip and lemonade concentrate combined and spooned into a tube pan and refrigerated.
JoyceRogers
Oct 21, 2015
That sounds delicious, trynfindit! Question...is that a precooked angel food cake that's cut up, or is it angel food cake mix? I love anything lemon!
trynfindit
Oct 21, 2015
It's a pre-made angel food cake. The ingredients are: 1 envelope Knox gelatin, 1/2 cup sugar, dash salt, 2 large eggs beaten, 1/2 cup water, 2 6oz cans lemonade concentrate, 1 large Cool Whip, 1 angel food cake. Spray a tube pan with cooking spray. Mix gelatin, sugar & salt in a small saucepan. Add eggs & water to saucepan, stir well to combine. Cook over med-high heat stirring very frequently til gelatin dissolves & mixture thickens slightly. Remove from heat, stir in lemonade, chill till partially set (about 1 1/2 to 2 hrs). In a large mixing bowl fold the chilled mixture into Cool Whip. Add a few drops of yellow food color to enhance appearance. Brush dark crust from angel food cake. Cut cake into bite-sized pieces. Fold cake pieces into Cool Whip mixture. Spoon into tube pan pressing mixture lightly. Chill til firm. To unmold, run a warm knife around the edge of the pan, put a plate on top of the tube pan and invert. If any pieces stick to the pan just scoop them off and press them into place on the cake. This was my mother's favorite Easter dessert.
JoyceRogers
Oct 21, 2015
That sounds awesome!! Thanks so much for the recipe! I'll have to try it soon before I lose it...:)
trynfindit
Oct 22, 2015
I think you'll like it.

You can copy and paste the recipe into a Word document and arrange the spacing of the ingredients and directions as they should be. Can't list them that way in a C4J post as it becomes too long.
JoyceRogers
Oct 23, 2015
I don't know why I didn't think of that! It's saved now...Can't wait to try it!
aknan
Oct 23, 2015
Think I'll fix that as a dessert for Christmas. Sounds yummy and my Dearly Beloved loves angel food cake!
trynfindit
Oct 23, 2015
:)
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