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3 Puff Recipes to Try Out this National Day

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  • 3 Puff Recipes to Try Out this National Day

    This article is part of our Baking Recipes series where we previously published articles on the 10 Easy Bread Recipes to Follow and Bake, 10 Easy Simple Fruit Shortcakes & Pudding Recipes, and 9 Simple Cakes & Pies that you can start baking today.

    Posted below is a list of what we have compiled to be simple and easy-to-follow recipes for the beginner baker (or anyone) to try, or for bored souls looking to fill their tummies with some yummy desserts!



    Puff Recipes for every baker to try:
    1. Prune Puff
    2. Cream Puff
    3. Cream Filling





    1. PRUNE PUFF

    4 eggs

    ½ cup powdered sugar

    1 cup cooked prunes

    Whip egg whites to stiff froth; add sugar slowly, beating continually; add prunes which have been stoned and chopped; whip until very light. Bake in pudding dish in moderate oven about 10 minutes. Serve cold with whipped cream or soft custard made from yolks of eggs.




    2. CREAM PUFFS

    1 cup boiling water

    ½ cup shortening

    1 cup flour

    ⅛ teaspoon salt

    3 eggs

    2 teaspoons of Baking Powder

    Heat water and shortening in sauce pan until it boils up well; add all at once flour sifted with salt and stir vigorously. Remove from fire as soon as mixed, cool, and mix in unbeaten eggs, one at a time; add baking powder; mix and drop by spoonfuls 1½ inches apart on greased tin shaping into circular form with spoon but keeping mixture higher in center.

    Bake about 30 minutes in hot oven. Cut with sharp knife near base to admit filling.





    3. CREAM FILLING

    1 cup sugar

    ⅓ cup cornstarch

    ⅓ teaspoon salt

    1 egg

    2 cups scalded milk

    1 teaspoon vanilla extract

    Mix dry ingredients; add slightly beaten egg and stir into this gradually the scalded milk. Cook about 15 minutes in double boiler, stirring constantly until thickened. Cool slightly and flavor. Sweetened whipped cream may be used instead of this filling.
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