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Topping for fruity profiteroles - not chocolate

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secondhoneymoon Sat 23-Sep-17 18:23:56

I love profiteroles and want to serve them when we have friends over soon. Want to ring the changes, so am thinking of filling with apple & whipped cream or home made lemon curd & cream. Can't think what I would top it with instead if the traditional chocolate - any ideas please?

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ASDismynormality Sat 23-Sep-17 18:25:33

Raspberry coulis

WillowySnicket Sat 23-Sep-17 18:27:09

If lemon curd, then slivered almonds and blueberries Work beautifully. I do that with pavlova. Or if apple, maybe a caramel sauce?

WillowySnicket Sat 23-Sep-17 18:28:31

I would worry that a coulis might make them soggy?

NiceCuppaTeaAndASitDown Sat 23-Sep-17 18:30:00

White chocolate
Passion fruit coulis
Caramel

secondhoneymoon Sat 23-Sep-17 18:47:07

Wow that was quick. I think coulis over the top would make it them soggy but am thinking some coulis around them on the plate. Caramel with apple filling would work - kind of toffee apple. I wondered about white chocolate with the lemon?

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secondhoneymoon Sat 23-Sep-17 18:48:20

Sorry nicecuppa -I wasn't ignoring your white chocolate suggestion had half typed my comment and got distracted so hadn't posted

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Etymology23 Sat 23-Sep-17 18:48:54

Caramel or toffee sauce with the apple sounds good to me!

3wayburger Sat 23-Sep-17 19:08:34

Definitely caramel

desperatelyseekingcaffeine Sat 23-Sep-17 19:11:13

I've just eaten one with a really tangy orange cream filling and orange fondant on top. Was lovely, thought it would be far too sweet, but just right. I think it was from m and s, not sure as my lovely mum just handed it to me to try!

secondhoneymoon Sat 23-Sep-17 19:58:10

Thank you all, some great ideas

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