Chef Chuck's Profiteroles

A cream puff filled with scrumptious ice cream covered with rich chocolate. These profiteroles are an elegant dessert, made with quality vanilla ice cream and superior chocolate.

3/4 cup water
1/4 cup milk
1/4 teaspoon sea salt
6 tablespoons unsalted butter
1 cup flour
4-5 eggs, 1 cup

1/2 cup chocolate
1/4 cup heavy cream
vanilla ice cream

In a small saucepan on medium heat add water, milk, salt and butter heat to boil remove from heat add flour and mix with a wooden spoon till ball forms, return to heat for 1 minute. Place in mixer and cool for 7 minutes. Add one egg at a time, batter should be smooth. Fill pastry bag and swirl dough in about 2" diameter circles or you can make mini eclair shapes or drop by tablespoon on a baking sheet, lined with parchment paper or a silpat mat. Cook 20 minutes at 400 degrees or until golden brown. When cooled completely fill with ice cream and drizzle chocolate on top.
Ganache: In a small pot heat chocolate and heavy cream and stir with a wooden spoon.


  1. Oh are man after my own heart with these. Actually, more like your worst nightmare because I would take that plate and run! These would be delicious!

  2. Hi Bridgett, We always had the same taste buds!
    Correct, they are DELICIOUS!!
    No doubt this desert doesn't last long :)

  3. What is this, Chuck? I do "Italian Crostini" and you do "French Profiteroles"? LOL
    Great job, they look delicious !!!!

  4. Oh my mouth is watering for some of these profiteroles. I would eat all three of those in a snap.

  5. Hi Ciao Chow Linda, I know what you mean, in a snap!
    Highly addictive!! Thank you :)

  6. Yes Cristina, I said to myself what am I doing, but this dessert is so irresistible!! All most see and try! I think you and I, reversed roles for while, lot of fun! LOL, Thank you

  7. oh my gosh chuck, seriously dude this is amazing!

  8. Hello Dawn, When coming from a "Superior Baker" like you, I feel pretty good! :)
    Thank you~

  9. Now you're talkin'! These look fantabulous. I think you need to do a video of how to make these.

  10. Hello Canadian Foodie! I may do that one day~
    Thank you :)

  11. Hello, Baking in my Zen, Heaven they were, you know good thing sometimes don't last to long~~
    Thank you for your comment:)