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Chocolate Cream Puffs – these super easy little cream puffs are the perfect sweet treat. Flakey puff pastry, sweet cream, and GODIVA Masterpieces chocolate pieces to top it off.
What is more perfect that a decadent piece of chocolate at the end of the meal? Doesn’t matter if you are a dark chocolate person or a milk chocolate person. It is the perfect way to cap off a meal.
Even after a heavy dinner, like Prime Rib, I still want something sweet. And these little chocolate cream puffs are the perfect treat. Plus, how cute are they?
Godiva has launched a new line of chocolates called Masterpieces. They are a line of indivually wrapped chocolates and chocolate bars. Perfect when you just want a little something!
Godiva Masterpieces come in 3 delicious flavors; iconic dark chocolate ganache heart, milk chocolate caramel lion, and milk chocolate hazelnut oyster. And the best part? They are available in most grocery stores and drug stores where you are shopping already.
These chocolate cream puffs start out with a puff pastry crust. I cut a sheet of dough into squares, just larger than the Masterpieces candy. But you could even use the premade puff pastry cups at the store.
Filling the puffs with homemade whipped cream makes them extra special. Then top with whatever flavor of Masterpieces you want. That way everyone can pick their favorite. I am partial to the milk chocolate caramel lion myself. Such smooth and delicious chocolate you know and love from Godiva.
If you are making these for a party, you can make the pastry shells ahead of time and just wait to fill them until you are ready to serve.
Make sure you make plenty of them, people are going to want to try all 3 of the Masterpieces flavors of these chocolate cream puffs.
Chocolate Cream Puffs - these super easy little cream puffs are the perfect sweet treat. Flakey puff pastry, sweet cream, and GODIVA Masterpieces chocolate pieces to top it off.
- 1 sheet puff pastry dough
- 1 1/2 cups heavy cream
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar
- 1 tsp vanilla extract
- 18-24 pieces Godiva Masterpieces chocolates
Preheat oven to 400 degrees.
Unfold puff pastry sheet onto a lightly floured surface. Cut into 18-24 equal sized squares. Place on a lined baking sheet. Bake for 12-15 minutes until puffed and golden. Remove from oven and let cool completely.
In an electric mixer beat heavy cream, powdered sugar and vanilla extract together until you get stiff peaks. Store in fridge until ready to use.
To assemble, use the back of a spoon or knife to press down the center of the puffed up pastry. Fill with cream. Unwrap chocolates, and press into the cream.
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**This post is sponsored by Godiva. All thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.