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- Print Length: 64 pages
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- Publication Date: October 2, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0764GYBY2
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Eclair Cookbook: Eclair Recipes to Make at Home for Delightful Experience of Desserts! Kindle Edition
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April, could you please update your book to include this recipe. Thank you.
the picture shows a filled creampuff with chocolate drizzle
Cooking time: 15 minutes
Servings: 2 to 3 servings
Butter – 1 cup
White sugar – 1 cup
Egg – 1
Vanilla extract – 2 tbsp.
Almond extract – 2 tbsp.
Éclair (melted) – 2 cups
Flour (all-purpose) – 2 cups
Powdered sugar – for dusting
1. Heat the oven to 350 F and prepare the baking tray,
2. Add butter, white sugar, vanilla extract, almond extract and flour into the bowl.
3. Whisk eggs and add to the bowl in step 2. Add éclair.
4. Pour a spoonful with equal distance on the baking tray.
5. Let it bake for 10 minutes.
6. When done, dust with powder sugar
every recipe calls for éclair as an ingredient and refers to it as candy, and I think they mean chocolate?
I got this free with amazon unlimited so at least I didn't pay for it
The author writes the following "Eclair is a popular candy which people love to have in their bags or pockets all the time." Then she writes "Eclairs are basically the chocolate candy with a filling which is worth tasting."
I can tell you that I've never known a person to have an eclair in their pocket at all, let alone all the time.
I cannot advise anyone to actually pay for any books by this author.