9 Reviews

Delicious little goodies with a really nice tender crumb. Simple and quick to make. I started out dipping the whole puff in butter and about half way through, was only dipping the top, to save on some calories and fat. Thought they tasted just as good that way. Thanks for posting the recipe.

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Lucky in Bayview July 12, 2013

Got this recipe from my mother who added golden raisens. These are awesome and get eaten quickly they are that good!! Makes a great gift yoo!!

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babydeedee December 20, 2012

I know this as French Breakfast Puffs and they are fantastic and made with kitchen staples.

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Kasha February 24, 2009

I love these. The flavor is out of this world. But if I could ask a question, is the batter suppose to be thick in consistency almost like biscuits and do these suppose to come out like crumbly muffins? That's how mine were.

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YungB February 21, 2008

These were so yummy! They're even good without the cinnamon and sugar! I will definately keep this recipe handy!

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soldiergirl September 07, 2006

Karen, these were wonderfil! I also added in a little cinnamon and Mexican vanilla into the batter, I including these in a take-home bag for my DS! I will be making these again!...thanks, Kitten:)

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Kittencal@recipezazz March 07, 2006

Wonderful "puffs" for a cup of coffee. But there should be a warning, because you can't stop eating them after the first mouthful. The balance of sweetnes with that delicate salty flavor of the puffs is great. The cinnamon-sugar topping is wonderful. The dough really puffed fetr a few minutes in the oven. I followed exactly the description and everything worked fine, easy-peasy recipe. The puffs have a wonderful fluffy but firm texture. They are not moist and therefore best suited for a glas of milk or coffee (or what you prefer to drink with a cookie). You can easily prepare them for guests and make them ahead, although I fear, that they will not stay long enough. These puffs will be make now often, a french friend said "they taste french" and that is the biggest compliment which can be given. Thanks for sharing.

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Thorsten October 26, 2005

They are probably eaten with a cup of coffee, thus the name.

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ThinOne July 12, 2005
French Coffee Puffs