Both cream puffs and eclairs are very easy to make, so don't be fearful, just go for it.
Make this recipe for any petit chou in your life, and don't believe anyone who tells you that this term of endearment means cabbage. The French call children or loved ones their little cream puffs. Much more endearing and romantic than a cabbage, don't you think?
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French Eclairs Recipe
Prepare the recipe for cream puffs. Shape the mixture with a pastry tube into 4-inch strips on a well-oiled baking sheet. Allow 2 inches between the rows of eclairs. Bake as cream puffs. Cool. Cut a slit in the top of each. Fill with cream filling. Ice by dipping into any desired icing.
1. ECLAIRS, BY LA MAISON DU CHOCOLAT, 2. Pâtissier, 3. Eclair Paris - Chocolat, 4. Éclair au Thé Darjeeling, Fauchon, Shinjuku Takashimaya
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