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Chocolate Eclair's

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I made up 6 to keep the wolves at bey, the rest of the shells will sit out and dry up a bit to make them crunchy, then I will complete them this evening.
 
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CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS


ECLAIR:

1 c. water
1/2 c. butter
1 c. flour
4 eggs

Bring to rolling boil water and butter. Take off heat. Add flour and stir with spoon until ball can be formed. Add eggs. Blend it with a whisk until well mixed then beat with a mixer a short time until smooth, use a piping bag and squeeze on to a sheet pan aprox 1.5" x 6"

Bake 30-40 minutes at 400°F.

let cool a bit then slice in half, if you can wait let them sit around and crisp up then fill if you can't wait? dig in.

FILLING:

do this while shells are baking then put in to fridge to cool.

1 pint heavy cream
1/2 cup sugar
2 tbsp cream cheese
1 tsp. vanilla

Mix well. Blend with mixer until it peaks. Spoon or pipe into shells



CHOCOLATE SAUCE:

1 package chocolate chips
1 cup chocolate frosting

Melt chocolate chips over double boiler, mix with chocolate frosting, spoon on to eclairs


Eat, eat more, eat too many.
 
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