Choux Pastry with Caramelized Apple

Hi everyone!

Hope you had a great week! Mine was a bit crazy, and they will probably be until Christmas (back to school!)! I’ll try to enjoy as much as possible the next few days off!

Here is a quite sinful recipe! It’s delicious and if you are comfortable with pate a choux then it’s very easy!

Choux Pastry with Caramelized Apple

You will need

Choux Pastry with Caramelized Apple

Prepare 2 baking sheets with parchment paper or a silpat. Prepare the pate à choux as indicated. Place the dough in a piping bag and pipe onto the baking sheets into puffs of about 3 cm, keeping the puffs 3 cm apart.




Caramelized Apple
Recipe from Recipe Tips

  • 4 apples
  • 2 tablespoons butter
  • 4 tablespoons brown sugar


  • Peel the apples and cut into 1/2″ thick slices.
  • Place the slices in a bowl of cold lemon water to prevent browning. Soak for 5 or 10 minutes and then drain the apples and pat them dry with a paper towel.
  • In a large skillet, heat the butter until it’s bubbling.
  • Add the apple slices to the skillet and continue to cook over medium high heat for approximately 5 minutes or until tender crisp and beginning to brown. Turn several times to brown evenly.
  • Add the brown sugar and continue to cook until sugar has melted and started to caramelize.


Cut the top off the choux with a knife.

Fill with some caramelized apple and vanilla ice cream. Drizzle with caramel syrup and YUM 😀

Choux Pastry with Caramelized Apple

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  1. This looks heavenly drizzled with caramel syrup! Gorgeous photos.

  2. Your Pastries are perfect! Read your eclairs post and I think I might just be able to make these, going to give it a try! Pinned.

  3. Your blog is so beautiful and inrspiing! I’ve just started blogging myself and received an award I’d like to pass on to you (see my site to pick it up). I am considering joining Daring Bakers, but not sure if I’ve got the time right now to devote to these masterpieces. Someday soon I hope!

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