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My favorite thing to do on a Sunday morning, is go down to my local baker and along with freshly baked croissants, I always grab a few Chouquettes! The one thing I wasn’t aware of was how easily I could make the chouquettes at home! Sharing with you another iconic french recipe that is sure to please and impress your family and friends!


  • 120g flour
  • 10cl milk
  • 10cl water
  • 10g sugar
  • Pinch of salt
  • 80g butter
  • 4 eggs

How to Make It

Step 1

Bring the milk, water and sugar to a simmer and add the butter and melt

Step 2

Remove from heat and add the flour in one go and whisk very vigorously with a wooden spatula and make sure no lumps are formed
The resulting dough is called a panada. Dry off the panada on the heat, stirring with a wooden spatula, until the paste comes away from the sides of the saucepan and forms a ball

Step 3

Remove from heat and leave to cool for 5 minutes

Step 4

Add the eggs one at a time, stirring energetically until the choux pastry is ready to use

Step 5

Scoop the preparation into a piping bag fitted with a plain nozzle

Step 6

Pipe the choux buns onto a baking tray, use either a baking anti-stick sheet or wax paper

Step 7

Sprinkle some pearl sugar on top

Step 8

Bake at 180°C for about 20 minutes
The choux buns should be puffed and golden
Serve cool

Did you know:

A chouquette is a traditional sweet French pastry that is often served as an afternoon snack. Made from a simple dough, a chouquette can be topped or filled with a number of ingredients. No matter what flavors are used, the baking process is considered the most important part of making this delicacy.

Source: The Hungry Traveler Blog

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