When I looked at this, I was hoping for made-from-scratch cream puffs. It really isn't difficult to make, but that's not always a good thing.
Caramel-Chocolate Cream Puffs
Start with frozen, store-bought cream puffs and this three-ingredient dessert is a snap. Let the puffs thaw during dinner, then roll them in warm caramel sauce and serve on a bed of hot fudge or dark-chocolate sauce.
- 16 cream puffs (such as Belgian Mini Cream Puffs) from a 13.2-ounce box of frozen cream puffs
- 1 12.25-ounce jar caramel sauce
- 1 16-ounce jar hot fudge or dark-chocolate sauce
- Defrost the cream puffs according to the label directions. In a small saucepan, over medium-high heat, bring 3/4 of the caramel sauce to a boil. Boil for 1 minute or until the sauce thickens into a chewy glaze. Holding a cream puff with tongs or speared on a fork, dip one side of the puff into the caramel, then place on a dessert plate. Repeat with the remaining puffs, arranging 4 on each plate. A few minutes before serving, warm the hot fudge sauce over low heat. Spoon it around the plated cream puffs. For a Valentine's Day touch, drop 3 small dollops of the remaining unboiled caramel sauce into the hot fudge sauce on each plate. With a toothpick, draw a line through the drops to form hearts (see photo).
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