Stuffed Cheese Puffs

  • judyk205 Posted: 07/16/10
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    Just like cream puffs only savory with cheese. Used tuna salad for filling. Nice for cocktail party. Made just as directed. Yummy

  • vfolk813 Posted: 01/02/12
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    I didn't have a mixer, so I mixed the eggs in by hand. My finished product was flat and cookie like. Though I was still able to put the topping on, the cheese bread tasted like a unsalted cracker. Maybe salted butter should've been used instead.

  • JustKat Posted: 04/25/13
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    I made the recipe exactly. It was great until I added the 4th egg and then it became a bit soupie - not like puff dough at all. I thought I had made a mistake when I printed out the recipe - so went back on-line to read the recipe again. I hadn't so - I added another 1/4 cup flour and 1 teaspoon for rosemary and I used a blend for 4 shredded chesses. I also used salted butter too. The first batch I baked on the baking sheet were horrible and flat. So - I threw them out. The next batch I put into my mini muffin pan and they came out terrific. I made another half batch to replace the ones I had tossed. They were perfect I definitely recommend using a mini muffin pan. Mine is silicone and is great for these. Also, I did not toss out the inside of the putt, just added the shrimp filling on top of it. My guests loved them. I will definitely make them again and for certain sure use my mini muffin pan to bake them from the beginning.

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