The French know their desserts. Some of the most succulent and decadent desserts originate in France. This recipe for Chouquettes is the perfect example of a dessert that is out of this world. You may have the ingredients for this recipe already on hand. If you want to whip up a batch of decadent desserts that everyone will enjoy, then pick up these ingredients and spend the afternoon making wonderful treats and memories with your family this weekend.


  • 165 grams water
  • 165 grams milk
  • 145 grams butter
  • 5 grams salt
  • 5 grams sugar
  • 190 grams flour
  • 5 eggs


  1. Start mixing on low speed.
  2. Put milk, water, butter, salt, sugar in a vat and boil to 140°C (284°F), on speed 3 for a few minutes.
  3. When boiling , stop the cooking (turn to 0) and add the flour.
  4. Keep mixing for 3 minutes on speed 1.
  5. Place the eggs in a small jug.
  6. Beat them slightly stirring with a fork.
  7. When the mixture reaches 60 degrees Celsius, add ⅓ of the beaten eggs.
  8. Wait until they are well incorporated.
  9. Then add the second third.
  10. For the last third, check the color of the dough.
  11. Pour gradually.
  12. The dough should be satiny.
  13. If it shines, there are too many eggs.
  14. If it is dull, add a little bit more egg.
  15. Pour the batter into a pastry bag with a plain tip of average diameter.
  16. Create pretty round balls.
  17. To obtain a nice appearance:
  18. Use the remaining beaten egg.
  19. Using a fork dipped in egg, place the teeth on the ball.
  20. It should not be too much egg wash.
  21. Sprinkle with a few grains of sugar.
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