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Warm Strawberry Puff


This recipe was cut out of an old copy of Sift magazine, a publication by King Arthur Baking Company. if you haven't checked out the recipes on their website and an issue of Sift, you might want to give it a try - they have great recipes in addition to fine ingredients and baking supplies. 

Here's the link for the recipe for this tasty Warm Strawberry Puff.

With just 7 ingredients and no leavening for the "puff", this creates a large, light, and airy puff. The hardest part of the whole process is then folding it around the strawberries! It's so puffy that the berries want to escape!


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31 comments:

  1. Ooh, that looks delicious! I wish I could join you for a piece :)

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  2. Looks delish. Can be a bit tricky to fold the cake.

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  3. That strawberry puff might go well with a scoop of ice cream. Looks delicious.

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  4. That's looks delicious. Yummy... love it.

    Have wonder-wonderful week.

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  5. Very interesting recipe. I figured that egg whites had to be involved.

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  6. Oh my that looks so good, I've always wondered what a German Apple Pancake would be like too, this kinda reminds of pictures I have seen.?

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    1. It's the same concept. Amazing to see how much they puff up!

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  7. oh it looks so melt in your mouth.

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  8. That looks delicious - aren't you clever!

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  9. Yummm! Looks amazing, Sue!

    Happy Tuesday!

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  10. Looks beautiful. I bet it tastes delicious.

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  11. The soufflé is a pretentious dish and I kind of avoid making it. However, this recipe with strawberries is very attractive! Thanks for the idea!

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  12. I love King Arthur flour. Thanks so much for the recipe link. It looks delicious, great for summer evenings.

    -Soma

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  13. Looks very tasty Sue. Our strawberries are getting near the end now. And there's no much sunshine at the moment.

    Thanks for the link today.

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  14. Wow! What a summer treat. Thank you for hosting!

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  15. Yummy. Love strawberries and this looks fabulous.

    Have a terrific Wordless Wednesday. Thanks for hosting. ♥

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  16. Oh, that looks delicious. I am going to check out that recipe, for sure!

    Thank you for hosting, Sue. Happy Wednesday!

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  17. Thank you for the recipe. It looks delicious and
    I love strawberries!
    Happy WW and a fine week!

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  18. That's fascinating! I visited the King Arthur company store in Vermont years and years ago and someone at work reminded me of it today. And now I see your post! Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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  19. It looks amazingly delicious!!!...jp

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  20. That looks so very yummy. Thanks for sharing it with us.

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