Cream Puff Dessert

"My DH described this as a supreme dessert. Got the recipe from a lady at a church potluck. Nice to carry to gatherings."
 
Download
photo by out of here photo by out of here
photo by out of here
Ready In:
45mins
Ingredients:
9
Serves:
9
Advertisement

ingredients

Advertisement

directions

  • Boil water and oleo, then stir in the flour.
  • Beat in the eggs 1 at a time, until smooth.
  • Grease a 9x13 pan.
  • Spread the batter in the pan and bake at 400 degrees for 30 minutes.
  • Cool.
  • Filling: Mix until smooth the cream cheese, milk and pudding mix.
  • Spread on cooled crust. Top with the cool-whip and drizzle the chocolate syrup on top of the cool-whip.
  • I wait until I serve this to drizzle the syrup on.
  • Refrigerate.

Questions & Replies

default avatar
Got a question? Share it with the community!
Advertisement

Reviews

  1. tree luee dee
    I, too, have been making this for years. It's fabulous. The only thing I do different is I use a bottle of "Magic Shell" instead of Hershey's Syrup. When you drizzle Magic Shell over the dessert and put it into the refrigerator, the chocolate hardens. It is to die for!
     
  2. UnknownChef86
    This dessert was phenomenal! I made it as part of a year-long dessert-auction obligation that I'm fulfilling, so I wanted it a bit fancier than just in a 9x13. I sprayed a large cookie-sheet with non-stick, then used half of the dough (made with butter, not margarine...personal preference) to create a serving-plate sized circle. I baked it for less time...pulled it out because it looked like it was done...then stuck it back in again when it started to fall! (Oops). However, in the long run, the base was fine. I cooled the base, then layered the filling and the Cool Whip on top. I knew it would be awhile before it was served, so instead of using the Hershey syrup, I finely grated part of a Hershey bar on top. It looked really, really good...the the auction buyer was very happy with the results. So was the staff where I work, as I made another one for them...PS: It was just as good the next day, also! :D Thanks for a great recipe, Sharon. It's one that will be repeated!
     
  3. christasnyder11
    Cream Puffs in a Pan are the BEST! My mother made these when my brother and i were kids, and they would be gone by the next night! lol.
     
  4. MNGoldenBear
    Very nice. Sort of the "pan cookie" of cream puffs -- you get the general effect of a cream puff without having to work with the individual puffs. Tried to make it for a lunch at work, but forgot it in the fridge. ("Oh, heavens... we'll have to eat it ourselves...") Pretty tasty even after sitting a while, though best sooner.
     
  5. Chardonnay PRN
    AMAZING!!!! Seriously this us heaven! After the first taste, boyfriend was already asking for a second helping:). but PLEASE don't be scared by the calorie count (i think it includes the entire bottle of chocolate syrup).
     
Advertisement

Tweaks

  1. UnknownChef86
    This dessert was phenomenal! I made it as part of a year-long dessert-auction obligation that I'm fulfilling, so I wanted it a bit fancier than just in a 9x13. I sprayed a large cookie-sheet with non-stick, then used half of the dough (made with butter, not margarine...personal preference) to create a serving-plate sized circle. I baked it for less time...pulled it out because it looked like it was done...then stuck it back in again when it started to fall! (Oops). However, in the long run, the base was fine. I cooled the base, then layered the filling and the Cool Whip on top. I knew it would be awhile before it was served, so instead of using the Hershey syrup, I finely grated part of a Hershey bar on top. It looked really, really good...the the auction buyer was very happy with the results. So was the staff where I work, as I made another one for them...PS: It was just as good the next day, also! :D Thanks for a great recipe, Sharon. It's one that will be repeated!
     

RECIPE SUBMITTED BY

Advertisement
Advertisement
Advertisement

Find More Recipes