Cream Puffs with Custard Sauce Recipe

Embark on a delightful baking journey with our Cream Puffs with Custard Sauce recipe, a perfect blend of delicate choux pastry and rich, smooth custard. This classic dessert is a wonderful choice for an elegant treat or a special occasion. Cream Puffs with Custard Sauce
Cream Puffs with Custard Sauce

Embark on a delightful baking journey with our Cream Puffs with Custard Sauce recipe, a perfect blend of delicate choux pastry and rich, smooth custard. This classic dessert is a wonderful choice for an elegant treat or a special occasion.

The charm of this dessert lies in its combination of a light and airy puff pastry shell with a creamy and indulgent custard filling. Whether you’re an experienced baker or trying your hand at choux pastry for the first time, this recipe is designed to guide you to success.

Imagine the joy of serving these Cream Puffs, filled with homemade custard sauce, to your guests. They are not only a treat for the palate but also a feast for the eyes, perfect for any gathering.

Embark on a delightful baking journey with our Cream Puffs with Custard Sauce recipe, a perfect blend of delicate choux pastry and rich, smooth custard. This classic dessert is a wonderful choice for an elegant treat or a special occasion. Cream Puffs with Custard Sauce

Cream Puffs with Custard Sauce Recipe

Recipe by Hani
Prep Time :30 minutes
Cook Time :25 minutes
Total Time :55 minutes
Course :Cakes, Dessert
Cuisine :French
Keyword :cream puffs

Ingredients
  

Custard Sauce
  • 1 egg yolk
  • 15 g granulated sugar
  • 12.5 g cornstarch
  • 125 g milk
  • 10 g unsalted butter
To mix with the custard sauce:
  • 150 g heavy cream
  • 10 g granulated sugar
Craquelin
  • 62.5 g unsalted butter
  • 41 g powdered sugar
  • 75 g cake flour
Choux Pastry
  • 22.5 g unsalted butter
  • 25 g water
  • 25 g milk
  • 0.5 g salt
  • 1 g sugar
  • 30 g cake flour
  • 55 g eggs

Instructions
 

  • In a clean bowl, mix well softened butter and sugar and cake flour until well combined. Transfer the dough onto the parchment paper, cover with another piece of parchment paper, and use a rolling pin to roll it flat (around 2 mm thick). Turn the baking tray upside down, and place the whole piece of dough onto the baking tray, send into the fridge to chill until set.
  • In a pot, put in butter, salt, sugar, water and milk, heat until it comes to a boil. Add in cake flour and quickly mix well. Keep the heat low and keep mixing and pressing the batter to cook for 1-2 minutes until there is no dry flour left or a thin film of batter forms sticking to the bottom of the pot. Transfer the dough into a clean bowl, mix or whisk it a little bit to help it cool. Crack and mix well the eggs. Gradually add the eggs into the batter and use a hand mixer to beat in the eggs until well combined.
  • Line the baking tray with parchment paper or a baking mat. Pour all the batter into a piping bag with a piping tip. Pipe out the batter into 3 cm wide dots.
  • Preheat the oven to 365℉(185℃). Take the craquelin out of the fridge, and use a small ring to cut out some round pieces (around 3 cm in diameter). Top each cream puffs with one round piece. Send into the oven to bake for 15 minutes, then 325℉(160℃) to bake for 20 minutes.
  • Making the custard sauce: in a clean bowl, mix well egg yolks and sugar, add in cornstarch and mix well. Heat the milk until simmer; add it into the batter while using a whisk quickly whisk them together until well combined. Pour the batter into the pot, keep the heat low and keep stirring and whisking until thickened. Off heat, add in the butter, whisk until well combined. Transfer the sauce to a clean bowl, cover with plastic wrap, and set in the fridge to cool.
  • Take the cream puffs out of the oven; let them cool down on the cooling rack. Take the custard sauce out of the fridge, add in some heavy cream and sugar, and use a hand mixer to beat until it forms stiff peaks. Put all the whipped cream into a piping bag. Fill the cream puffs with custard sauce, dust the cream puffs with powdered sugar and serve.

Notes

If the dough is ready: use a spatula, scrape the dough or dip the spatula into the dough and pull out to see if there is some dough hanging on the spatula’s head and looks like an inverted triangle. Then it is ready.
Keyword cream puffs
Hello, I'm Hani and I enjoy collecting recipes from various social media platforms. I've tried some of them on my blog. Hopefully, they can help mothers with cooking.