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My 9 year old and I thought that we should try making it, and we did it on the fly. And they still turned out great!

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KeePing L. August 20, 2015

I piped half of them and spooned the rest, they both looked so cute, I also used 12 cupcake baking pan which made it more easier for me. I baked it as advised then turned off the oven, pricked them with a knife, and returned them to oven for 3 minutes (while oven is off) I think this tip really works wonders!!!!

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Annie G. June 29, 2015

Fantastic cream puffs using this recipe!! I made the full recipe and it made 9 cream puffs. I then put a thin layer of chocolate glaze in the base of each one, filled it with vanilla pudding and then drizzled a little chocolate glaze on the top. So good!!! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT8.

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diner524 July 24, 2012

Perfect little shells for my cream puffs for the baby shower I'm throwing next wkd! I tried one and the rest are in the freezer to be filled on Saturday! Made for ZWT 8

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Cadillacgirl July 22, 2012

Wonderfully easy and sinfully delicious and light. I made eclairs for Father's Day Brunch at our dad's house. Everyone watched as I put the globs in the oven there and then pulled them out. They were amazed. I slit and filled them weith a cream cheese pudding custard recipe a friend had given me. I drizzled chocolate over top and addd a dollop of fresh whipped cream. The platter was gone in seconds!!!! I am making these again for the Labor Day Picnic at the cottage as they are really simple to put together and make but oh so good! made for ZWT 2011 Swiss Bakery Challenge.

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Chef1MOM-Connie June 23, 2011

This recipe is fantastic!!! I love the instructions because they are so realistic - "it looks really gross and clumpy at first, but as you keep stirring it fixes itself". That's dead on! Everything came together really well. I should have piped the batter because doing it by the spoonful doesn't look very good - hence no photo! Made these for my teammate for ZWT6. Thanks Japan bound! I can't wait to make these again! :)

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Nif June 03, 2010

Thank you so much for this recipe. Your instructions were so easy to follow. At first I thought that after I put the eggs in it wasn't going to come together, but it did and turned out great. I piped mine into long skinny shapes for eclairs. They didn't expand as much as I thought they would, but still are wonderful. My 5" by 3/4" pastries cooked for about 22 minutes. Great Recipe!!!!

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Simonich December 22, 2008
Choux Pastry (For Cream Puffs, Eclairs, Etc)