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French Cheese Puffs

This is another recipe for something I made to freeze for the baby shower.  They are called French Cheese Puffs aka Gougeres.  They were easy to make and turned out so flavourful and very light and airy.  326 more words

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Oh, the Glory: Cheese Puffs

Gougères: a savoury pastry so delicious, you just know you don’t want to know what’s in them.

Except you do. Because no nutrition facts should stop you from eating these, because they’re great, and making them whenever you want is amazing. 96 more words


Fête d'automne - Recipes and Photos

I promised I would add recipes and photos to my Autumn Feast post, so here we go. At least two recipes I used weren’t the best, and I blame the fact that some recipes simply don’t translate very well into “vegan.” But, the star of the entire “Thanksgiving Feast” was hands down the Gougeres, both traditional and vegan versions. 1,539 more words


Pesto Parmesan Gougères

One of the reasons I started blogging was to have a reason to expand my baking repertoire. I could just bake a bunch of things and my fiancè would eat them with just as much enthusiasm. 495 more words


Retro Cooking: 1965 Dinner From Les Recettes Faciles

When I started my Retro Cooking Series, many kind friends and family members offered to let me borrow some of their precious cookbooks. One of my good friend and co-worker, Marie, promptly brought me her mother’s cookbook,  1,157 more words



The best way to describe gougères is to call them cheese puffs. Their dough, pâte à choux, is the same one you’d use for sweet cream puffs or profiteroles, but when the pâte à choux is destined to become gougères, you fold in a good amount of grated cheese. 356 more words