These easy, do-ahead puffs can go directly into the oven from the freezer. The same recipe can also be used to prepare eclairs, gougeres (puffs filled with cheese), and cream puffs.From the book "Mad Hungry," by Lucinda Scala Quinn (Artisan Books).
Martha's is a lot better.... What she doesn't tell you is that you don't have to pop it in the freezer, all you have to do next is brush the top with a little bit of water (to take make them perfectly round/even) and then bake them... and also you have to take the water/dough mixture off the heat and let it cool ****before*** adding the eggs, unless you like scrambled eggs in your croquembouche or cream puffs! ugfff... this video is not so good.
I loved this receipe...so easy and I love Mad Hungry!!! and Martha
My daughter and I made these for a party and they were a huge hit. We love that your recipes from Mad Hungry are so easy and kid friendly.