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I HAVE to try this!!!!!

This is a double chocolate eclair recipe from a blog called Baking Love, here's the link to the post about the eclairs in full, it's longer than just the recipe below.

http://www.baking-love.org/2008/01/04/doub...colate-eclairs/

Double Chocolate Eclairs

Pate a Choux

207 ml (7 ounces) water

1/2 teaspoon salt

78g (5 1/2 tablespoons) butter or shortening or 125 ml (1/2 cup) oil

140g (1 1/4 cups) gluten-free flour blend (xanthan gum is not necessary)

5 extra large eggs

7g (1 tablespoon) cocoa powder (I used 15g (2 tablespoons))

Boil water, salt, cocoa, and butter in a saucepan. Add flour and stir, stirring constantly until the mixture gets hot and uniform in consistency. Transfer mixture to an electric mixer with a paddle attachment and mix on low speed for 2-3 minutes until mixture is cool.

Mix on low and add the eggs, one at a time. After the addition of each egg, wait until the mixture absorbs it and becomes completely smooth again. Using a pastry bag, dispense the choux paste onto a parchment-lined or nonstick baking tray. Alternatively, you may use two spoons to form eclair shapes or simply drop spoonfuls to form puffs.

Bake at 220C (425F) until they have puffed and gotten some colour, then reduce the heat to 170C (350F) until they dry out inside. Do not underbake or they will fall flat. Cut one open to check the inside for wetness, before removing from the oven, if you are not sure if they are done. It takes longer than you would think. Mine took 15 minutes to puff up and 20 minutes to dry out. Watch them carefully. I got 12 eclairs. Peabody says the recipe makes 25 to 30 small puffs or 8 to 10 large eclairs.

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Vegan Pate a Choux

110g (1 cup) gluten-free flour blend (xanthan gum is not necessary but won

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Sorry, i'm confussed- are these 3 different recipes or is it 3 steps? thanks

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There are 3 recipes. Eclairs are pastry, filling and topping. Kind of like a Longjohn for us Midwest girls!

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There are 3 recipes. Eclairs are pastry, filling and topping. Kind of like a Longjohn for us Midwest girls!

Yes, the first one is the pastry, the second one is an eggfree version of the pastry, and the third one is for the cream that goes inside. I'm just going to make vanilla pudding, I'm too lazy for that!

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To save us all that work...could we just come over and try them ???!!! :lol:

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To save us all that work...could we just come over and try them ???!!! :lol:

HAHAH!!!! I hope to try these soon, I'll let you know!

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