Mon Jan 2nd

National Cream Puff Day

On National Cream Puff Day, enjoy a cream-filled pastry! On January 2, dessert and pastry enthusiasts alike will celebrate this delectable French creation.

Originating in France, cream puffs are also known as profiterole and choux a la creme. Cream puffs are a French dessert pastry filled with whipped cream, pastry cream, ice cream, or custard. They can be served plain or can be decorated with chocolate sauce, caramel sauce, or powdered sugar.

The word "profiterole" has existed in English since 1604, Borrowed from France. Since about 1851, the "cream puff" has appeared on restaurant menus in the United States.

A pastry chef piped a choux paste through a pastry bag or dropped with a pair of spoons into small balls and baked to create hollow puffs. After cooling, the cream puffs are injected with a pastry bag and narrow piping tip, or by cutting off the top, filling the puff, and then reassembling, the cream puffs are reassembled.

How to celebrate #nationalcreampuffday

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Make this State Fair Cream Puffs dish by using this link.

You may also try the divide and conquer strategy. Share the cream puffs with coworkers and family members. To post on social media, use the hashtag #NationalCuffDay.