Skip to main content

Profiteroles With Chartreuse Ice Cream & A Book Giveaway

(For the book giveaway, scroll down to the end of this post)

I am really excited to introduce you to Anita from Married With Dinner as my guest blogger this weekend. When I first started blogging, there weren’t as many blogs to get lost into captivated by delicious recipes and lovely photos. One lucky day 3 years ago, I landed on Anita’s blog and I could not stop reading, still can’t. We virtually met around a box of macarons and I can’t wait for the day I bake a batch with her. As their "about" page states, "Married …with dinner chronicles the continuing adventures of a couple of San Francisco food dorks. Cameron and Anita are both professional writers, amateur cooks, cocktail geeks, and avid diners." I am always in admiration of their mixology knowledge and creations, as well as their awareness of local artisans, food and produce. I can’t wait for the day we meet when we can celebrate life and friendship around a good meal.


When Tartelette asked me to take a turn at posting, I froze. See, I love to cook, I’m a pretty good bread-baker, and I’ve been known to crank out the occasional homespun cake or pie. But to create something worthy of Tartelette — something as beautiful and impressive and drool-worthy as the sorts of things you’re used to seeing here — well, I wasn’t quite sure I was the right girl for the job.

I poured over cookbooks, went through my archives, begged friends for ideas. Then, when I’d almost given up, I sat down to do my weekly meal planning… and inspiration struck. In the back of my "to-try-someday" recipe file was a dessert I’d been wanting to make, tucked away for an occasion when I needed something special: Ice cream flavored with the French herbal liqueur Chartreuse.

Chartreuse is one of my favorite liqueurs; its spicy complexity adds a layer of mystery to so many wonderful cocktails, and it’s also a fabulous treat to sip on its own as a digestif. But until I read David Lebovitz’s ice cream compendium, The Perfect Scoop, it had never occurred to me to use it in food. It only took me 18 months to actually find a suitable occasion!


I spun a batch and set it in the freezer to firm up overnight. The next morning, I couldn’t wait to taste a sample: Oh, what a heavenly thing it was, light and bright from the addition of sour cream, with a haunting herbal shadow of Chartreuse in the place where you’d expect to find vanilla. I’d only intended to sample a small spoonful, to check the result of my work. But I couldn’t stop: I ended up eating a whole bowl of the stuff for breakfast!

When I confessed to David that his recipe was so good that I’d scarfed an entire serving before work, he wasn’t surprised: "I love that recipe," he confided, and patiently assured me I shouldn’t worry about its detrimental effects on my morning routine. "I actually developed it for a low-fat magazine — It is healthy!"

Of course, I’m of the school of thought that even full-fat ice cream is good for you. After all, there’s nothing wrong with eggs and dairy, in moderation. But David’s lean-and-clean version is a worthy treat in its own right, not just as a healthy alternative. Without any eggs, you might expect it to be more like a gelato. But instead, it’s almost sherbet-like, with a snowy lightness that sets off the richness of any accompaniments.


Unfortunately, even the most delicious bowl of ice cream looks a little ho-hum in photos, and we needed a Tartelette-worthy masterpiece! So I decided to take the plunge and try my hand at a batch of profiteroles to fill with the ice cream. And here’s a secret I wished I’d known years ago: As long as you have a pastry bag and a stand mixer, making pate a choux — the basis for eclairs, cream puffs, and profiteroles — is surprisingly simple.

But if, despite my assurances, the idea of whisking eggs into a hot dough seems a little too intimidating, you have my permission to sidestep the profiteroles, provided that you give this beautiful Chartreuse ice cream a little boost of richness with a drizzle of hot fudge. After all, as David told me, "Chocolate sauce is obligatory, even at breakfast."


Chartreuse Ice Cream Recipe from The Perfect Scoop

The published recipe made a little too much base to fit comfortably in my Cuisinart ice-cream maker without overflowing, so I’ve scaled the measurements down 25% from David’s original.

2 cups whole milk
1 cup sour cream
1/2 cup + 1T sugar
2-1/2T green Chartreuse

Puree all the ingredients in a blender, and process until smooth. Chill the mixture thoroughly, then freeze according to your ice-cream maker’s usual method.

Choux Pastry Puffs Recipe adapted from Tartelette’s Choux a la Creme with modifications from Baking with Julia

85g all-purpose flour
75ml water
75ml whole milk
65g unsalted butter
2 eggs + 1 egg white
1T sugar
pinch of salt

Preheat the oven to 425F. Set up a stand mixer with a paddle attachment.
Sift the flour and set aside. Heat the water, milk, butter, and salt to a full rolling boil. Stir the flour into the liquid with a heavy wooden spoon, adding it as fast as it can be absorbed, but not all at once or it will form clumps. Cook the paste, stirring constantly and breaking up lumps if necessary, until the mixture comes away from the sides of the pan, about 2 to 3 minutes.
Transfer the dough to the mixer bowl and stir at low speed to cool the paste slightly, so that the eggs will not cook when added. On medium-low, mix in the eggs one at a time, then the egg white. The dough should have the consistency of thick mayonnaise.
While the dough is still warm, place it in a pastry bag fitted with a large round tip. Pipe quarter-sized puffs about 1 inch apart on a baking sheet lined with parchment or a silicone mat, then use a moistened spoon (or finger) to smooth out the tails at the top.
Bake at for 15 minutes at 425F without opening the oven door, then reduce heat to 350F and continue to bake until done, about 7 to 12 minutes.
To check for doneness, remove one puff from the sheet and tap the underside with your fingers; it should feel firm and hollow. (If you undercook the puffs, they may deflate as they cool, so err on the side of golden brown rather than pale). When baked through, remove the puffs from the oven and let cool.

Easiest Chocolate Sauce Recipe

Confession time: I cheated and used a jar of Scharffen-Berger chocolate sauce I already had on hand. (It’s delicious and locally made, so it’s hard to feel too guilty.) But making your own chocolate sauce is dead simple with this recipe, which I’ve used in the past with great results.

6oz best-quality bittersweet chocolate, chopped
3T water
1/4 cup heavy cream

Set a a heatproof bowl set over a saucepan of simmering water. Melt all ingredients in the bowl, stirring until the mixture is smooth.

To assemble the profiteroles:
Cut each puff in half through the equator; it’s easiest if you use a serrated knife. Place three bottom layers on each plate; top each with a small scoop of chartreuse ice cream. Place the tops on the puffs, and drizzle with chocolate sauce.

You will have plenty of leftover ice cream for weeknight treats (or breakfast!).


I also want to thank you for stopping here like you do by giving one lucky person a copy of The Baker’s Odyssey, by Greg Patent, a whopping 400 pages dedicated to the recipes and culinary history of American immigrants from all over the world. I have already mentionned this gem of a book with the Princess Torte recipe and I would love to send the extra copy that I have to one of you.

All you have to do is leave a comment between today Friday February 20th and Monday February 23rd midnight (US Eastern time). A reader will be chosen at random and announced later that week (duplicate comments will be deleted and if you wish to remain anonymous, please at least sign Zorro or something)

Related Posts

Similar Articles


BC February 20, 2009 um 8:46 pm

I would love a copy of that book -I’ve heard so many others are enjoying it right now!

Christine Throckmorton February 20, 2009 um 8:47 pm

How generous of you!…and that ice cream looks amazing. Have a great weekend!

Unknown February 20, 2009 um 8:48 pm

i love the pictures on your website and am dying to know what macarons taste like after seeing all the recipes you post with them πŸ™‚

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 8:59 pm

Sounds amazing & the photos are drool worthy! Thanks for sharing, Helen & Anita!

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 8:59 pm

I have no idea what chartreuse tastes like, but I’m intrigued!

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 8:59 pm

delicious! It is definitely worthy of tartelette!

kelsey February 20, 2009 um 9:00 pm

Yummy!! How pretty too!

Amy February 20, 2009 um 9:08 pm

Love profiteroles and love that Lebovitz book. I’ve gotten hung up on so many of his other recipes, I haven’t made it to the Chartreuse ice cream yet. I’ll give it a try now!

Amy February 20, 2009 um 9:11 pm

Ooooh, fantastic! I’d love to slog my way through that read!

Unknown February 20, 2009 um 9:18 pm

Oh! I am SO glad that this recipe was posted.
I make homemade pizza and ice cream with my boyfriend every weekend, and it’s my turn to do the dessert on Sunday. I was trying to figure out what to make to top his bacon ice cream last week and my crushed hazelnut ice cream the week before… and I think this will do the trick.

I would also love the book, but I’m more excited to tell you how I’m going to make those puffs.

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 9:21 pm

Those profiteroles look delicious! Someday, I definitely wanna try and make them myself. πŸ™‚

LAC February 20, 2009 um 9:21 pm

Looks delicious!

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 9:25 pm

You should never ever feel guilty for eating ice cream for breakfast, especially when it’s ice cream that is as amazing as that sounds.

Cindy February 20, 2009 um 9:27 pm

oh wow, such a lovely post and your photos are fantastic! i never really imagined making profiteroles myself, until now! the ice cream sounds wonderful and such a pretty color for spring time.

Dewi February 20, 2009 um 9:33 pm

Wow, that first photo is amazing, really really good photograph. More often I like the photo that is focus on the food itself like your 1st photo here.

Recipe sounds divine. I’ll have to try it for sure! Winning the book won’t hurt either.

MJ February 20, 2009 um 9:35 pm

I’ve been wanting to get some Chartreuse for cocktails for a long time. This just ups the ante. Thanks.

The book looks good too!

aandara February 20, 2009 um 9:42 pm

ill love to have ice cream for breakfeast, and with a good book what else i need.
Thanks for beeing so generous

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 9:44 pm

Congrats for being one of top 50 food blogers by Times Online.

Snooky doodle February 20, 2009 um 9:46 pm

wow these look delicious. I love making profiteroles :)yummy

Jennywenny February 20, 2009 um 9:53 pm


I’d love a copy of the book, I’d love to develop my knowledge of american culinary history, especially now I’m a proper resident!


Rosa's Yummy Yums February 20, 2009 um 9:53 pm

I’d love to win that book… What marvelous profiteroles!



maonk February 20, 2009 um 9:54 pm

ice cream for breakfast! can i be you when i grow up?

Markus February 20, 2009 um 9:56 pm

I’ve never herd of profiteroles (it’s true: you really do learn something everyday!), but they sure look good… wouldn’t mind a copy of that book either.

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 9:57 pm

I think the photos say it all! πŸ™‚

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 9:58 pm

Me! Me! Me!
Though I should be sending YOU something for teaching me how to make macarons!

Anita (Married… with dinner) February 20, 2009 um 9:59 pm

Thank you so much for the lovely introduction to your readers. I’m waiting for the day we get to meet in person, too. Maybe one of us will win the lottery? πŸ™‚

Rita February 20, 2009 um 10:02 pm

I never tried Chartreuse, I am very curious now. Love the photos of the profiteroles, makes me hungry! Anita’s blog sure is beautiful.

Bella February 20, 2009 um 10:03 pm

Looks so nice!!!

Vittoria February 20, 2009 um 10:06 pm

Your guest bloggers never disappoint! What sweet little desserts. Even if I don’t win the book, I’m going to lobby my library to get a copy, so I can check it all the time πŸ™‚

LizNoVeggieGirl February 20, 2009 um 10:12 pm

Doesn’t look ho-hum to me!! Looks beyond fantastic πŸ™‚

secret cake February 20, 2009 um 10:14 pm

I’m not sure, but I may have just licked my monitor.

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 10:20 pm

I don’t think that lucky person will be me, but this will not stoping me to constantly admire your culinary and photography skills. A true work of art!Congratulations!

Fee ist mein Name February 20, 2009 um 10:26 pm

all this french liqueurs… its so hard to get them here! but i’ll try! i love every kind of ice cream ;-)! thank you!

kayce. February 20, 2009 um 10:26 pm

the profiteroles look absolutely amazing as does the choc sauce… sounds like an interesting book! *fingers crossed*

Meredith in Wonderland February 20, 2009 um 10:28 pm

AHHH! Chartreuse is my absolute favorite! Reminds me of New Orleans! LOVELOVELOVE that book, too. Its a good day on Tartelette…

thisoldbroad February 20, 2009 um 10:31 pm

Both versions of the ice cream sound delish!!

Please pick meeeeeeee! I'd love this cookbook! If not, then thanks for the recipes & ideas.

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 10:34 pm

What does Chartreuse taste like? I’ve never been lucky enough to try it! πŸ™‚


Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 10:36 pm

Sounds (and looks) delectable! And what a wonderful giveaway–would love a copy of that book!

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 10:37 pm

I need an ice cream maker!

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 10:42 pm

Read your blog all the time, and am envious of your pastry skills..
I wish I had an ice cream maker too. Introduced your site to a lot of my friends as well.


Melanie February 20, 2009 um 10:51 pm

Love a giveaway and this one sounds great:)

Caanan February 20, 2009 um 10:58 pm

Wow, I’ve got to try that. It so doesn’t help that I was super hungry before I looked at the pictures, either.

michaela February 20, 2009 um 10:58 pm

a nice twst on profiteroles.

Holly M. Wendt February 20, 2009 um 10:59 pm

Any reason to make profiteroles is a good one, and the chartreuse ice cream looks intriguing!

Carolyn G February 20, 2009 um 11:03 pm

This recipe looks so delish! Thanks for the recipe and the giveaway

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 11:04 pm

The profiteroles look perfect! I will try them soon. Thanks for sharing the recipe!!

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 11:08 pm

Congrats on the profiteroles! They look delicious. I would LOVE a copy of the book, pick me, pick me!

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 11:10 pm

Chartreuse ice-cream, I don’t think I would have thought about that… but hey, combine dessert and digestifs in one (or two)scoops! I must try this one – chartreuse is not my favorite liqueur but it IS in my liqueur cabinet, and I do like herbal ice-cream…

Did I win the book?

Bea Roque February 20, 2009 um 11:29 pm

I was just about to do some profiteroles when I found your recipe!!!!….I will try them this week end!!!



Emma Nowell February 20, 2009 um 11:30 pm

Congrats on your being named in the top 50, certainly something to be proud of, but you definitely deserve it. It seems to me that in the last year your photography has gotten really good! I have one of Greg Patents other books, and have gotten some great recipes out of it. This one sounds like it would be a lot of fun. Recipes that are passed down through generations and cultures are ususally some of the best. Greg was on to a terrific idea for a book!

PheMom February 20, 2009 um 11:32 pm

I almost hate to admit the fact that, though I have made and eaten choux as eclairs, cream puffs and even stuffed with chicken salad from my mom… I have still never had them with ice cream. I really do need to fix that soon!

Laura Rebecca February 20, 2009 um 11:37 pm

Oh my, what a lovely concoction! Beautifully done.

Elyse February 20, 2009 um 11:42 pm

Wow! That ice cream sounds amazing. You know it’s good when you’re eating it for breakfast! (And chocolate sauce is definitely obligatory, agreed.)

Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 11:44 pm

What a post! That first picture made me swoon. Motivation for me to break out the ice cream maker.

Very generous of you to give away the book

M February 20, 2009 um 11:47 pm


Anonymous February 20, 2009 um 11:48 pm

Love choux… love ice cream… have never tried Chartreuse, though… Anita’s writing style is great πŸ™‚

Margo February 21, 2009 um 12:08 am

My mom is a huge fan of Chartreuse – too bad I just visited last week!

SugarPunk February 21, 2009 um 12:11 am

Those look fantastic! Now I want profiteroles….

(and a book. πŸ™‚ )

Great post!

Camille February 21, 2009 um 12:21 am

Beautifully written and photographed, Anita! it left me yearning for a taste of Paris. Thank you.

On another note, I am a Princess Torte lover and don’t see it around very often. So glad to know about this book.

Au revoir!
Annie (Anita)

Marlow February 21, 2009 um 12:28 am

πŸ™‚ I’m crossing my finger!

EBJ February 21, 2009 um 12:39 am

These look great! I’ve been looking to try my hand at eclairs, but been a bit worried about pate a choux. I think I might take it up now!

ms.rhee February 21, 2009 um 12:48 am

this recipe looks delectable! (and not too difficult!) thanks so much for sharing. πŸ™‚

KR February 21, 2009 um 12:50 am


Asan February 21, 2009 um 12:55 am

Love your blog and had learned a lot from you as well as the other links you listed down…..keep up the great work!

Amber February 21, 2009 um 12:58 am

I love the photo of the empty plate but why are there 2 forks? I would never share this.

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 1:03 am

Beautiful photo and i’m sure it’s as delicious.
Would love to win a book too.

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 1:05 am

sounds like a lovely flavor combo, the chartreuse and chocolate… i didn’t know sour cream could make ice cream lower in fat!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 1:07 am

Congratulations on the honor of being one of the 50 best food blogs. I affirm that one! πŸ™‚ Your blog makes me drool!
Kudos to you!

Claire February 21, 2009 um 1:08 am

I agree, chocolate sauce is vital! πŸ™‚

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 1:13 am

Mmm… This is now on my to-make list.

Char February 21, 2009 um 1:21 am

yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm – I want this in my tummy now. I’ve never had that liquor before.

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 1:43 am

What fun- I should start having guest posts too! So inspiring. πŸ™‚

Monds & Mayberry February 21, 2009 um 1:54 am

This looks delicious! I would love to read this book. Thanks for the chance to win!

Lily February 21, 2009 um 1:59 am

I’d love to read the book! Your blog is one of the best that I read! πŸ˜€

Luis Henrique Brandt Wallis February 21, 2009 um 2:05 am

You know, heaven is not all white and blue as reported it is really Chartreuse Green! I’ve cooked with it a few times but never Ice Cream, will have to try this soon……On Profiteroles with chocolate? more heaven……Thank You!!!!!

Meryl February 21, 2009 um 2:09 am

I love your site! The book sounds great.

Sunshinemom February 21, 2009 um 2:18 am

Been to Anita’s blog and left fascinated most times! The first picture reminds me of Japanese animes – cute and chubby choux pastry puffs:)

Sara February 21, 2009 um 2:44 am

I love book giveaways and food–pick me, pick me!!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 2:53 am

This recipe sounds so interestingly good!

edina February 21, 2009 um 2:59 am

Those profiteroles look so good! Please enter me for the book giveaway – thanks!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 3:01 am

Chopped pistachios on top would be great. In fact chopped pistachios would be great on anything! πŸ˜€

mangomd February 21, 2009 um 3:04 am

Those profiteroles look awesome! Also, please add me into the book giveaway. Thanks! Love reading your blog.

Sara February 21, 2009 um 3:13 am

Well now I definitely need an ice cream maker! Profiteroles have always made me nervous, but I just might go for it! And the book giveaway would be lovely to win πŸ™‚

Zoe February 21, 2009 um 3:29 am

I’ve never had chartreuse – but now I’m intrigued!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 3:32 am

It’s been such a long time since I’ve made pate a choux…

This makes me want to have another go at it πŸ™‚

NKP February 21, 2009 um 3:38 am

How beautiful! I could just keep popping those into my mouth until the whole plate of them was gone.
Thanks for the book give-away contest – very generous!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 3:39 am

I’ve had a bottle of chartreuse in my wine cabinet for a long time. Don’t even know how it got there. Now I have something to do with it. Beautiful presentation. Your entry fit right in.

Justine L February 21, 2009 um 3:53 am

Oh, my. That chocolate sauce looks divine. I’m going to ransack my kitchen right now.

KarlandBethany February 21, 2009 um 4:02 am

You inspire me! πŸ˜€

Thanks for offering this interesting-looking book!

jenniferhoiyin February 21, 2009 um 4:14 am

count me in. I love pat a choux, so perfectly light. i will have to try the chocolate sauce for dinner though.

Hayley February 21, 2009 um 4:29 am

Beautiful pictures! Thanks for always introducing such great people Helen!

Joyce February 21, 2009 um 4:33 am


chartreuse is one of my favorite colors! I bet this is tasty.

I love making choux pastry puffs. They are easy and the presentation is so beautiful filled with almost anything!

Your pic are so yummm…

Have a golden weekend!
Joyce xoxo

Fahrenheit 350Β° February 21, 2009 um 4:54 am

Tartelette! You know I love you, and all I need for inspiration is this blog, but a book would be nice!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 5:06 am

I’m trying to build up my cookbook collection and I’m sure my husband would appreciate me adding one that I didn’t have to pay for πŸ™‚
Thanks for sharing this wonderful recipe as well as introducing me to another local blogger.

sampling February 21, 2009 um 5:10 am

those profiteroles look perfect!

Zurin February 21, 2009 um 5:24 am

The picture at the top is amazing!!! I dont suppose someone outside of the US will be lucky enough to get the book, will he/she?

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 5:34 am

Great post and nice giveaway! Thanks for sharing πŸ™‚

[email protected]

sydney85 February 21, 2009 um 5:37 am

Another wonderful recipe to try this weekend.

Jaime February 21, 2009 um 5:41 am

those look divine! the ice cream is the perfect complement too

hope i win the book! πŸ™‚

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 5:45 am

Lurker here πŸ™‚ Feel kind of bad commenting for starts on a guest post, but my admiration to both of you!

My husband and I received The Perfect Scoop as a wedding gift, and while we are honeymoon-bliss happy, I think our weight gain is mostly due to enjoying the book…

Kendall February 21, 2009 um 6:00 am

I want to try this recipe sooo badly!

And I’d love to win a book too, so consider this my random comment. πŸ˜€

Unknown February 21, 2009 um 6:04 am

I would absolutely LOVE to win Baker’s Odyssey…it looks like such a great book!

I was flipping through The Perfect Scoop a few days ago and thought about making the chartreuse ice cream, but went with another recipe instead. Now I’ll definitely have to give this one a shot after seeing these lovely profiteroles! =)

Geo February 21, 2009 um 6:27 am

I’m feeling luckier than even Zorro! Hoo-hah!

Adi February 21, 2009 um 6:33 am

Please count me in for the giveaway..
Have a great weekend!

Unknown February 21, 2009 um 7:03 am

I’ve been planning to do profiteroles and you’ve inspired me!

Jo February 21, 2009 um 7:09 am

We call these "puffs" here in Singapore and yours looks so yummy! I also don’t mind slogging through 400 pages of recipes and thanks for the give-away.

The Bon February 21, 2009 um 9:40 am

These look fabulous!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 10:20 am

glad you liked the combination as much as I do! ~ xx

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 10:53 am

I love the profiterole recipe. I have tried it on many occasions and it’s always a hit. By the way, would look forward to winning a copy of the book.


Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 11:01 am

I would love to win the book. I had The Perfect Scoop for ages and I have not made this ice cream. Perhaps its time to get my ice cream maker out of storage and start churning out ice cream. Love the recipe for the ice cream sauce too.

Christine February 21, 2009 um 11:20 am

Those look amazing! I’m off to the grocery store.

Paula February 21, 2009 um 11:50 am

Lovely. So much more interesting than plain old profiteroles. This reminds me of a wonderful little bar near me where my friends and I go for drinks and where we were most pleasantly surprised on a cold cold day by mugs of steaming hot chocolate with chartreuse recommended by the barman.

Erin, A Crafty Lass February 21, 2009 um 12:36 pm

I adore the idea of that ice cream. Thanks so much for offering up that book!

Finla February 21, 2009 um 12:45 pm

Looks so yummy delicious and that chocolate sauce on it wow.
I hav ehtis drink here at home Chartreuse, have only used it twice for coktails.

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 12:52 pm

I would love that book. Thanks for the offer.

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 12:55 pm

I love all your recipes =) And I love how you put them in picture =D

Amicus Cupcake February 21, 2009 um 1:12 pm

Wow that looks good. I have to admit I’ve never even heard of Chartreuse the liquor. I have heard of the book though, and would love a copy.

Jen Yu February 21, 2009 um 1:30 pm

I read Anita! She’s in my feed πŸ™‚ I’m just crap at commenting, but I wish I had as much style as her. Hi Anita – FABOO job on the post. I heart Mr. Lebovitz and his whole ice cream book. I know zippo about booze, but you my dear – you are like the booze goddess and my curiosity is now piqued about chartreuse. Mmmm.

pigpigscorner February 21, 2009 um 1:54 pm

Looks really delicious! I would love a copy of the cookbook too!

Netts Nook February 21, 2009 um 2:00 pm

Oh Oh They look out of this world. I love to cook and I really need some new material. Thanks for sharing you great recipes.

joiei February 21, 2009 um 2:02 pm

I am making these this afternoon. And I am looking forward to having the leftover ice cream to nibble on.

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 3:12 pm

I’m definetly going to have to try that ice cream because of the wonderful sounding description you gave!! Your profiterals look delicious and I am jealous of them because when I make them at work, although they are easy to make, I always mess them up!

re_belle February 21, 2009 um 3:16 pm

I love anything with homemade chocolate sauce! Totally going to have my brother (who is a chef/pastry chef) help me make this!

Zahavah February 21, 2009 um 3:18 pm

I love profiteroles…especially pouring the hot chocolate over the pastry and the cold ice cream! Thanks for sharing the recipes. I’ll have to try this on my own blog

Jess February 21, 2009 um 3:25 pm

What an awesome giveaway! And I’m jealous on the pate a choux – I’ve only been successful with them 50% of the time. The Art and Soul of Baking version is the best so far for me. It makes glorious, chocolate pudding-like pate a choux dough…

Isadora Herzog February 21, 2009 um 3:34 pm

OMG! It looks delicious!! Really!
Congratulations for the blog, I like your recipes and enjoy reading them!
I would love to have that wonderful book! πŸ˜‰

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 3:36 pm

Sounds like a fun book…I would love a copy!!

Unknown February 21, 2009 um 3:46 pm

I’ve got to get an ice cream maker for my birthday this summer! The ice cream looks delish…and thanks for the book giveaway – fantastic idea!

Food, she thought. February 21, 2009 um 3:59 pm

i would LOVE the book…and thank you for posting the profiteroles…if my macarons don’t work out for the dinner party this sunday, i will make a batch of profiteroles!

Brilynn February 21, 2009 um 4:08 pm

Choux paste is still something I struggle with. Those look great though and any flavour of ice cream is good by me!

Madeleine February 21, 2009 um 4:11 pm

Me! Me! Me! :o)

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 4:26 pm

Beautiful pictures!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 4:26 pm

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

AngloIndianCook February 21, 2009 um 4:43 pm

Amzaingy beautiful as always. Profiteroles is one of my fave desserts to make, so simple yet aways pleases.

I can’t use Alcohol in mine, but i shall try and use the recipe with something else.

Thank you

Cindy February 21, 2009 um 4:56 pm

WOW what a great picture.

kelly-in-vancouver February 21, 2009 um 4:59 pm

The Baker’s Odyssey sounds like a fabulous book, I’d love to get a copy of it. Please include me in your draw.


Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 5:01 pm

Beautiful profiteroles!
I’d love to win the book… hint hint

Jenny February 21, 2009 um 5:20 pm

Looks delicious…hot fudge is of course obligatory for breakfast!

Naomi February 21, 2009 um 5:27 pm

It’s cruel to read this when I have yet to eat today!

Lili February 21, 2009 um 5:39 pm

The profiteroles look amazing! I can’t wait to try them.

Jan February 21, 2009 um 5:54 pm

YUM! my mouth is watering just looking at the photos! thanks I can’t wait to head to the kitchen and give it a try…

jen February 21, 2009 um 6:22 pm

I used to make hundreds, nay thousands of choux when I worked at the Westin hotel a few years ago, funny I haven’t made them since. After seeing your presentation and how delicious it looks – I may just have to make a batch!

notfromchicago February 21, 2009 um 6:27 pm

These look great. I’ve never heard of Chartreuse ice cream but it definitely looks rather tasty. Kudos to the guest blogger, but all your blogging posts have made me wish that I could have your baking skills.

cindy* February 21, 2009 um 6:48 pm

the profiteroles are beautiful and the ice cream sounds amazing! great guest post!

Jen February 21, 2009 um 7:12 pm

Now I just need to get an ice cream maker…

Jen February 21, 2009 um 7:13 pm

Now I just need to get an ice cream maker…

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 7:30 pm

I have recently found your blog and I am completely in love with it! The pictures are beautiful and I can’t wait to try my hand at one of the many recipes that you have shared! (I was going to try some today, but a snow storm has kept me from the store for some needed supplies. Maybe next weekend!)

I have never heard of the book you are giving away but it sounds absolutely amazing!!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 8:31 pm

Like Jen… I MUST get an icecream maker…but in the meantime, what about a great book ? =)

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 8:32 pm

I just came across your blog recently and love it! Thank you for sharing your talents with the rest of us! And for sharing a cookbook to the lucky winner!

Jingle February 21, 2009 um 8:46 pm

These look SO yummy! That book sounds wonderful! I love that it has the historical stuff in it! That makes it more fun!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 8:53 pm

The profiteroles look delicious; the ice-cream sounds amazing! I will have to try them for next week’s dinner party. Thanks for the recipe.

Amy February 21, 2009 um 9:06 pm

Wow!! This book sounds awesome! I hope I will either win this book, or be lucky enough to see it somewhere in the future!

The Cutting Edge of Ordinary February 21, 2009 um 9:30 pm

Well since I am leaving a comment I want to let you know I adore your blog and your photographs….oh yeah and your recipes and the fact that you’re giving away a great cookbook. Thanks!

Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 9:30 pm

For some reason, profiteroles were my specialty many years ago, when I wasn’t baking anything else. Haven’t made them for ages though, and this is a good reminder.

Jane February 21, 2009 um 9:57 pm

The book would be cool. Your site is beautiful.


The Clever Pup February 21, 2009 um 10:27 pm

I made profiteroles (cream puffs) in Grade 10 home-ec. Circa 1977. I broke one of the eggs, and wasn’t allowed any more (we were budgeting). So mine were just heavy cookies with Dream Whip. Sigh.

Eunice Chen February 21, 2009 um 10:31 pm

I loved that Princess Torte recipe,and would love a copy of the book it came from! (Well I love this blog as well too.. so much love today)


Anonymous February 21, 2009 um 11:01 pm

YUM! Of course the plate would be EMPTY! Who could resist!

Rik February 21, 2009 um 11:09 pm

I would love it!

Capree February 21, 2009 um 11:10 pm

Oh my, I would LOVE to win that book! πŸ˜€

Siri February 21, 2009 um 11:16 pm

Pick me! Pick me! p.s. Chartreuse ice cream will be one of the next 5 that I try out of The Perfect Scoop.

Tina February 21, 2009 um 11:43 pm

I am obsessed with ice cream. I will definitely have to try out this recipe.

I would absolutely love a copy of that cookbook. Thanks for the chance!

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 12:10 am

A couple of months ago my mom gave me this old box of mugs that she bought back in the 70s to have a SWAMPWATER party. There are invitations (postcards) and napkins along with the glasses. When I read the recipe for the swampwater it called for chartreuse but I hadn’t seen any recently so I figured I would never get the chance to taste swampwater. I guess my luck has changed πŸ™‚

Esme February 22, 2009 um 12:33 am

The profiteroles look delicious, they are taking me back to Italy, I loved the Princess torte recipe. Thank you for inviting the guest blogger. xo Esme

Unknown February 22, 2009 um 12:53 am

This sounds like a schweet book!

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 1:48 am

Would absolutely love a copy of that book!


Sarah February 22, 2009 um 2:08 am

I so enjoy your blog! Thanks for this fun competition. Sarah

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 2:39 am

I have been reading so much about The Perfect Scoop… Must add to the get-this-now-list! Also, I recently made pate a choux for the first time and once over my fear of whipping raw eggs into a hot steamy flour mixture, I was shocked at how easy it was to make. Thanks for the op to win this book. I love your blog.

amylouwhosews February 22, 2009 um 2:57 am

My ice cream freezer has been neglected. It looks like I have a reason to dust it off!!

VelezDelights February 22, 2009 um 3:03 am

This looks absolutely amazing!!
And winning the book wouldn’t be that bad either =)

Neha February 22, 2009 um 4:12 am

A wish and a hope that Greg’s book comes home to me! :0)

Emma Dalrymple February 22, 2009 um 4:12 am

This looks amazing! I’m always on the lookout for ways to use interesting liqueurs in cooking/baking–thanks for adding one to my to-try list!

Emma February 22, 2009 um 4:14 am

Sounds like a lovely ice cream! I’ve been really into the idea of making frozen desserts in winter (hence, meyer lemon semifreddo last night).

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 4:18 am

What a fabulous combination! That sure makes my mouth water! Yummy!

Jen February 22, 2009 um 4:47 am

Do you make any special drinks with the Chartreuse? Very generous to give the book. I would love to own it!

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 5:27 am

So exciting to see two of my favorite bloggers coming together. Thanks for reminding me of a recipe I bookmarked to try from Perfect Scoop!

Cakebrain February 22, 2009 um 5:29 am

ooh! I love thick cookbooks!
Those profiteroles look gorgeous!

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 5:55 am

that looks really good!

well, i would really wish to have a look at the book too (:

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 6:50 am

these look delicious! they look like bite-sized eclairs! i will definitely make them soon!

ssomerville February 22, 2009 um 6:56 am

I haven’t had chartreuse in ages, but that ice-cream seems like a great way to rediscover it.
Love your blog..Thanks!

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 7:06 am

looks deadly delicious :}

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 7:45 am

I’m so into baking now and I would really appreciate it if i could have a copy of 'The Baker’s Odyssey'.Love your blog so much:):):) I tried out your Macaron recipe and it turned out Fantastic!!!

Marisa February 22, 2009 um 8:10 am

I’d love to be entered! Thanks!

Les recettes de Pauline February 22, 2009 um 8:54 am

I have never tried Chartreuse but I will now !! by the way I would love a copy of that book .

Kelly-Jane February 22, 2009 um 9:21 am

I’m about to check out their blog, it sounds great!

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 9:40 am

YUMMM!!! Sounds so refreshing!

Jen February 22, 2009 um 9:53 am

Please enter me into the book giveaway! Thanks!!!

Plowlady February 22, 2009 um 10:19 am

oh wow! how delicious these puffs look!! YUMMY!

mariannakeough at

β€’ friX β€’ February 22, 2009 um 10:22 am

Those profiteroles look beautiful and delicious ! Not that we expect something different than beautiful on this blog πŸ˜‰

Deeba PAB February 22, 2009 um 11:34 am

What a lovely write-up Anita. Brilliant guest post with awesome ice-cream. With Helen's Burnt Sugar ice-cream already bookmarked, have added this one too.The profiteroles are perfect & beautiful. Now I shall dream of the book!!!

Valentina February 22, 2009 um 11:39 am

Delicious reading material

Lucie February 22, 2009 um 11:57 am

odyssey…oOoOh!! count me in!

Jobove – Reus February 22, 2009 um 12:52 pm

very good blog, congratulations
regard from Reus Catalonia
thank you

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 1:06 pm

you have done Tartelette proud! I LOVE profiteroles! Yours look amazing x

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 1:27 pm

I’ve been wanting to make profiteroles forever, and now you have totally convinced me! Love the pictures and great job!

Selkie February 22, 2009 um 1:36 pm

Mmmm, chartreuse and chocolate. Sounds like a song, or maybe a blog. I’d LOVE the book!

Amy L February 22, 2009 um 3:07 pm

The pastry puffs look like a dessert I had at a restaurant a few months ago. It was the so yummy! They filled 3 mini cream puffs with 3 different flavors of gelatto, and topped them with a fudgy chocolate sauce. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 3:19 pm

You posted about profiteroles the day I came back from my first trip to France! I had them my first night, they’re divine. In fact, just about everything I ate there was divine. The whole trip was a complete dream, and I wish to go back very much. Thank you for posting it; now I can try it at home and reminisce. Merci beaucoup πŸ™‚

Unknown February 22, 2009 um 3:22 pm

How nice of you! And Anita is how I found your blog!

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 3:29 pm

i’m drooling just looking at the profiteroles! maybe i should attempt it one day.. i’m too scared of it’s 'soft and gentle' nature:p

your photos are amazing btw!


Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 4:07 pm

Mmm… ice cream for breakfast. I love your blog. It is so inspiring.

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 4:20 pm

Those profiteroles make me feel like I still need to practice a lot. Thank you for the book giveaway!

Dragana February 22, 2009 um 5:27 pm

Nice post! I would love the book too!

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 5:42 pm

I love this giveaway. I’ll cross my fingers


Laura February 22, 2009 um 5:51 pm

I just borrowed David’s book from the library and now I want to buy it, so inspiring.

I would love to have a chance at winning The Baker’s Odyssey. Thanks for your generosity!

Happy Baking!


N2 February 22, 2009 um 6:32 pm

What a quirky, lovely idea — chartreuse ice cream in profiteroles! Great pictures, too. Please throw my name into the hopper for the "Baker’s Odyssey" book giveaway.


Laurie Brown February 22, 2009 um 6:58 pm

Thanks so much. I would love to win this book!

K February 22, 2009 um 7:13 pm

I am now craving Pierre’s Chocolate Eclairs!!

parisgirl February 22, 2009 um 7:24 pm

The ice cream and pastry sound divine. You make it look so easy.

zlamushka February 22, 2009 um 7:34 pm

HI there, I would loooove a copy of the book, but foremost I wanted to comment on your gorgeous lookng profiteroles… never heard that word before, very hard to pronounce..

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 9:01 pm

You have such an amazing blog and your guest posts lead me down some new and wonderful avenues I’ve not discovered and I wanted to thank you for it. I’ve been reading for a while but this is the first time I’ve commented.

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 9:22 pm

You have a very nice blog!

Mel February 22, 2009 um 9:25 pm

Oh that looks absolutely scrumptious. I am adding it to the recipe pile.

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 9:48 pm

Loved your post here Anita! And this definitely sounds like a recipe I might try!!

My Sweet & Saucy February 22, 2009 um 9:56 pm

What an intriguing ice cream flavor, wish I could taste a bite right now!

Anonymous February 22, 2009 um 10:07 pm

This sounds like a fascinating combination and I’m feeling inspired to try the profiteroles.

pepsakoy February 23, 2009 um 12:24 am

Gorgeous !

steph- whisk/spoon February 23, 2009 um 12:25 am

profiteroles are an absolute favorite! love the guest posts!

sefa firdaus February 23, 2009 um 12:40 am

that melted chocolate makes me want to lick my monitor πŸ™‚

would love to have the book

Kat February 23, 2009 um 12:40 am

Really enjoy the blog.

Anonymous February 23, 2009 um 1:22 am

Just want to say that I found our blog by way of the Charleston Post and Courier article a few weeks ago. Very glad I did, beautiful site!

Lori February 23, 2009 um 1:27 am

Well ANita- your pics were very worthy of Tartelettes blog. They looked beautiful.

And I would love this book. I am just so infatuated with cookbooks, especially ones with tons of good recipes!

Paula Pereira February 23, 2009 um 1:59 am

Hi! I’m your girl:)!!!

Thanks in advance for the beautiful book:)!

Unknown February 23, 2009 um 2:11 am

I love my ice cream maker and David’s book is one of my favorites!

kristy February 23, 2009 um 2:14 am

Urgh I have always wanted to make profiteroles, but have been scared cos my mum makes the best ever! But now I am inspired… maybe I can make even better ones!

Anonymous February 23, 2009 um 2:20 am

The ice cream sounds like a must try!

Brett February 23, 2009 um 2:44 am

Looks fantastic. Thanks for offering the giveaway.

Anonymous February 23, 2009 um 2:48 am

I’ve just recently found your blogs; such a treat for a foodie here in a rural area! I never tell the secret of a profiterole’s EASE!
I’ll be back!

Kim February 23, 2009 um 3:26 am

Hi, seeing your blog with all these wonderful recipes made me want to make them myself. I hope to see more!

Navita (Gupta) Hakim February 23, 2009 um 3:50 am

great job Anita..and Tartellette was beautified further by this post πŸ™‚

Unknown February 23, 2009 um 3:56 am

The profiteroles look amazing! I can’t wait to try the choux pastry puffs recipe.

Wonder how it’ll taste with green tea ice cream, hmmm…

Unknown February 23, 2009 um 3:57 am

I love to read, have ever since i was a young girl. And reading a cookbook is better than reading any book (except maybe peter pan). Thank you!!!

macky February 23, 2009 um 6:03 am

I always love your posts. It makes me want to go to the kitchen myself and to try them out. this post on profiteroles may just be what i need to make my own. Yum!

www.DE HARINA Y DE February 23, 2009 um 6:47 am

The profiteroles look really great!! But I hadn’t seen the entry for the Princess Torte before and I was mind blown by it! Can’t wait to make it. =)

MΓ©lanie February 23, 2009 um 8:30 am

Those pictures looks amazing, i wish had an ice cream maker… But I doubt I’d make such beautiful choux, last time i tried they ended up in the garbage… Maybe I need to try again!

Dharm February 23, 2009 um 11:33 am

I love profiteroles and these look absolutely AMAZING! I made another Cut-Up cake just this Saturday – its on my blog if you wanna see!! Hope you are well!

Kathryn February 23, 2009 um 1:38 pm

Ice cream making is one of those skills that escape me-even with a maker! However, the liquor and ice cream combo makes me want to dip my toes in those waters again…

Anonymous February 23, 2009 um 2:41 pm

Chartreuse – I was interested in what this liqueur favor was like – I didn’t actually see a description to its favor? Also you appreciate a copy of the book. StephenW

Jeannette February 23, 2009 um 3:16 pm

i have been lurking on your blog. i LOVE your creations and the pictures. my baking skill is far below yours and i keep telling myself… someday. someday. πŸ™‚

thanks for the giveaway!

queencake and titangirl February 23, 2009 um 3:26 pm

the photos look lovely ( as always) and i love, love, love baking books- i always read them in bed,which amuses my friends very much. have a good week! best ,anja,[email protected]

Anonymous February 23, 2009 um 3:30 pm

You are amazing and so generous with your time and recipes. I so enjoy reading your blog. Yes, I would love a copy of The Bakers Odessy. Thank you.

Ellen and Tom February 23, 2009 um 3:49 pm

How brave to guest-post for Tartelette! Fabulous job, gorgeous photos for inspiration as always. I’d love to win the book, too!

Ciel February 23, 2009 um 4:18 pm

Lovely profiteroles!

Jennifer February 23, 2009 um 5:02 pm

I love Dave Lebovitz and spent a good part of last summer making his ice cream recipes!

The Food Hunter February 23, 2009 um 5:10 pm

Those profiteroles look delicious. Thanks for the chance at winning the Baker’s Odyssey. It’s on my must get list.

carolina @ patagonia gifts February 23, 2009 um 5:30 pm

God, these profiteroles look absolutely delicious! My mouth is watering right now!
Oh, by the way, congratulations…you won an award!
Check out my post for details!

Jessica February 23, 2009 um 5:51 pm

I love cook books! Sign me up!!

Anonymous February 23, 2009 um 6:01 pm

Love you site! Your photos are fabulous.

brie February 23, 2009 um 6:02 pm

oh my goodness that looks amazing…if only I had a standing mixer…

Unknown February 23, 2009 um 6:04 pm

I hope that I win! I would just love a copy of the book. The recipe looks divine, can’t wait to try it out. -e

Anonymous February 23, 2009 um 6:16 pm

Yum! I love how easy cream puffs are to make, so I imagine (except for making the handmade ice cream) that this is another dessert that looks far more complicated than it is to execute. Thanks for sharing it!

Abby February 23, 2009 um 6:29 pm

I think you did a FAB job. And those profiteroles looks absolutely amazing – made my mouth water!

Anonymous February 23, 2009 um 6:43 pm

I found your site during Christmas and absolutely love what you do. Thanx for offering the giveaways too!

Carolyn Yarbrough
[email protected]

Aimee February 23, 2009 um 6:46 pm

I would not have a problem eating these for breakfast. And then again for lunch.

CM February 23, 2009 um 6:50 pm

I’ve been so curious about the Chartreuse ice cream ever since I picked up a copy of the Perfect Scoop, but haven’t felt adventurous enough to pick up a bottle, in case I don’t like it. The fact that you sampled a bowl for breakfast speaks volumes… I wonder if we have Chartreuse at work…

anna February 23, 2009 um 7:00 pm

Your pictures are always beautiful.

Karen February 23, 2009 um 7:02 pm

I love your blog and your photos are amazing. I baked cream puffs for the first time last week and wonder what took me so long to try them. You have inspired me to try my hand at macaroons.

heather February 23, 2009 um 7:13 pm

THANK YOU for sharing your love for all things food so we can benefit from your gift & brilliance. my recipe wish list has grown significantly just with your blog.

the time in the kitchen and behind the camera & computer are enough in and of themselves, not to mention all the work you do to throw in fantastic giveaways, too! thank you AGAIN! i, for one, am not able to resist a new cookbook!

Anonymous February 23, 2009 um 7:21 pm

Count me in for the book draw!

Love those profiteroles too – I could eat them til the cows come home… So easy to say 'Go on, just one more…' πŸ™‚

Rajee February 23, 2009 um 7:25 pm

Drolling and great pictures with mouthwatering recipes to die for

Chocolate Shavings February 23, 2009 um 7:34 pm

Those profiteroles look absolutely delicious!

Unknown February 23, 2009 um 7:57 pm

Your blog inspires me to make all these creations! I would love to read the book for more ideas πŸ™‚

koo.anita at gmail dot com

Anonymous February 23, 2009 um 8:05 pm

Great guest post! I want to stick my finger into that chocolate glaze right now!

Julia February 23, 2009 um 9:07 pm

What an incredible dessert! I love the images!

Mallory Elise February 23, 2009 um 9:18 pm

love the fork photo~ I have the book so don’t pick me!

i’m gonna give something away to see if i am any popular too. hey when is your book coming out?!

Karine February 23, 2009 um 9:20 pm

Bonjour de Montreal… Tartelette, I am an avid reader of your blog/recipes. I got to know you from a post on La Tartine Gourmande and was thrilled when I discovered your site. I found myself after reading your blog. I always loved to bake/cook since I was just 10 years old. I used to sneak in the kitchen at 6am to be able to cook without being refused access to the kitchen. My family names me Kooks. And like you the name fits me well. Because of you and Bea I decided to change careers and finally do what I love which is to "cook" and take pictures! So I will soon be quitting my job in Marketing, moving from Canada and relocating to the Caribbean, where I will work with food.
As for the free book, well you can’t entrust it to a better person, as I am a collector of cook books and would treasure it. Merci Tartelette, tu es une inspiration! πŸ™‚

Unknown February 23, 2009 um 9:50 pm

I check out your blog almost daily. Beautiful pictures and fabulous recipes. I guess a prize is a little incentive to finally leave a post letting you know how much I like your site!

A Trifling Matter February 23, 2009 um 9:51 pm

I only recently discovered the world of pastry blogs and yours is definitely among my favorites. Thank you for sharing all your wonderful recipes and photos. I served profiteroles in the restaurant as one of the Valentine’s Day desserts and they were a big hit.

Daniel L. Dill February 23, 2009 um 9:55 pm

I get fat just looking at this site…

Maria February 23, 2009 um 9:58 pm

What a great giveaway! Thank you!! Love the tasty sweet treat above too!

sarah February 23, 2009 um 11:04 pm

gorgeous photo’s and wonderful recipes!!! i hope i win that book! very kind of you!!!!

Kayla February 23, 2009 um 11:22 pm

These look so yummy and seem like something my class could do during our "tour de world" section. Thanks!!

Edwina February 24, 2009 um 12:11 am

I have to say those look very yummy right now. *stomach growls*

Anonymous February 24, 2009 um 12:21 am

Profiteroles! They were invented just for the Duo. πŸ™‚ We love them so. And we’d like the book too!

niagaragirl February 24, 2009 um 12:39 am

I think the image of the empty plate says it all!

Anonymous February 24, 2009 um 1:03 am

What an interesting recipe! I would love to have a bite into Anita’s profiteroles with chartreuse ice cream…yum yum…I hope I am lucky enough to get a copy of that book too as I’m a beginner hoping to learn more πŸ™‚


Andrew L February 24, 2009 um 2:03 am

these look AMAZING! i’m so excited to try these for my friend’s birthday on wednesday! thanks!

Denise February 24, 2009 um 2:56 am

These look amazing πŸ™‚ Great work πŸ™‚

Pie February 24, 2009 um 3:15 am

How lovely to have the chance to win such a great book- thank you!

Anonymous February 24, 2009 um 3:33 am

What a great post. Man that ice cream sounds delicious! Thanks for the opportunity to win a great cookbook to boot!

peachygirl417 at yahoo dot com

Jane February 24, 2009 um 4:27 am

Great photos and recipes, looking forward to reading your blog. jane

Anonymous February 24, 2009 um 4:31 am

Oh so scrumptious looking! I like chartreuse in my drinking choco, to go with my beignets (churros too!)

Thank you for the recipe πŸ™‚

p.s. the cookbook sounds like a very drool-worthy tome

ley February 24, 2009 um 4:57 am

I LOVE immigrant recipes- they are some of the best ones out there!

And I agree that chocolate sauce is obligatory. πŸ™‚

Coco Bean February 24, 2009 um 4:57 am

Ohhh, my favorite. I will try to make those some time this week!

Michelle {lovely little things} February 25, 2009 um 1:50 pm

Those look scrumptious!

Write a Comment