Chocolate Ganache Profiteroles

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Chocolate Ganache Profiteroles are a simple but delicious and quite spectacular dessert which is perfect for any occasion.

Chocolate Ganache Profiteroles

That’s correct. I have brought more delightful profiteroles to you, my friends.

It looks I’ve been on a choux pastry kick lately. Indeed, every year I have one or few major obsessions. For example, a couple of years back I was baking cake donuts like…a lot. Last year was marked as a Naan/flatbread pizza one, and, in fact, I have not done with it yet. Perhaps, I have found my long-term relationship, along with lavender, ice cream, and Irish cream. Apparently, I am in love with choux pastry too.

Otherwise, I cannot explain why I have shared already 2 recipes this year, these Red Velvet Profiteroles and Lazy Profiteroles with Caramel and Walnuts. Now I am sharing the idea for these lovely Chocolate Ganache Profiteroles, and there’s one more recipe waiting for the right time (Meaning, I cannot inundate you with all this sweet stuff at once).

You know what’s great about profiteroles? They are so easy to make (If followed some straightforward rules), and they are so elegant too. As I already said, perfect for any occasion.

For instance, I made these bad guys a month ago to celebrate our anniversary (Gosh. 12 years. Look forward to finding what next year brings. That would be fun if the date falls on Friday 13th as well. I need to check the calendar, haha). If you think I only made one kind of profiteroles, you don’t know me well, then. I made two different choux pastry (regular and chocolate), and I made 4 different filling. I might or might not have had the lavender flavor that day too (Your guesses? Did I make the lavender one or not?)

I have also realized I am having my blog’s anniversary soon! Yup, my very first post appeared on March 15, 2015. I have just found that the only two comments on this first post were spam messages suggesting some weight loss system. Hmm…did they hint at something?

On top of that, on March 8th I had another anniversary – 2 months since I moved to Halifax, Nova Scotia. I know the last one isn’t that impressing, but I will still accept your congratulations and edible gifts :)

And now please join me in having these delightful Chocolate Ganache Profiteroles (Preferably, with a glass of bubbly).

Cheers.

7 thoughts on “Chocolate Ganache Profiteroles

  1. Leanne | Crumb Top Baking says:

    You could share a recipe for profiteroles every week and I wouldn’t complain. These look decadent! And I’m curious about your recipe for lazy profiteroles. They sound like something I need to check out! Congrats on your upcoming blogging anniversary!

  2. Deepika|TheLoveOfCakes says:

    I have been seeing too many profiteroles lately..First on Kelsie’s blog and now here… I have never made choux pastry but you both make it sound less technical..If I try, it has to be with chocolate filling first and these are just perfect!!

  3. neil@neilshealthymeals.com says:

    Ben I go through obsessions of recipes too! Ha ha. I mean just recently you’ll have seen all the different pattie and filo pastry recipes, so I say there’s nothing wrong with that! Anyway, as you know chocolate ganache always get my vote, cause you saw my chocolate ganache cheesecake on Instagram! So no worries with posting this delicious Chocolate Ganache Profiteroles recipe or any profiteroles recipe’s. They look absolutely delicious! :-) Oh and congratulations on your blog anniversaries!!

  4. David @ Spiced says:

    Well congrats on all of the anniversaries, Ben! So I was just thinking…I wonder how much your coworkers miss you right now? You used to make them all kinds of treats, but then you up and moved away. Now they just have to look at your delicious recipes online…just like me. I’m thinking you should mail me some so I can try them! Seriously, though, these sound delicious! Oh, and don’t get over the naan pizza phase…at least not yet. They’re too good!
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