Friday, August 30, 2013

Eggless Choux with Eggless Chocolate Mousse - 5years of Blogging

Cant believe,i have been blogging for a long yes today is 5years of blogging.. Happy birthday to my blog baby,am very much proud of my space and this virtual baby brought me so many beautiful moments in my life.My space earned me many awards,many appreciations,many friends, many gifts and more. I dont have words to say how i love my space and i cant sit idle without feeding my blog baby. This virtual world teached me so many lessons,i stopped running behind eggs, started experimenting with organic grains, finally i have became an Healthnut and am proud to be.

For the celebration, am sharing today an eggless choux, a famous french pastry and a delicious eggless gelatin free chocolate mousse. Choux is a french pastry which goes for egg and for me without egg i cant imagine making this cute chouxs, but trust me Baking Eggless, owned by Gayathri  taught me how to make choux without eggs, seriously am loving this baking group and we are learning the alternatives and subsitutes of eggs. As i told earlier, now am not running behind eggs,yep i learned how to make both eggless and vegan bakes through this immense virtual world. Coming to this choux, this choux are easily available here in bakeries and its one of our family favourite.

Usually choux are filled with whipped cream while eclairs the elder sister of this choux is filled with various filling, they are oblong shaped pastries and my favourite eclair is coffee flavoured one. For the first time in my life i tried making this famous french pastry choux without eggs and replaced the eggs with flax seed powder and baking powder. Actually i have to serve the choux filled with the mousse but since i went for small choux, i served the mousse along instead of filling the choux. However we loved it thoroughly and i baked these eggless choux twice.

Eggless chocolate mousse goes for an no gelatin mousse, its a quick and very addictive eggless mousse to enjoy thoroughly with any pastry, it will be very light,airy and very chocolatey.Thanks to Shey of Just Not the Cakes for pulling us to make this fantastic challenge.



Eggless Choux:
1cup All purpose flour
1tsp Baking powder
100grms Butter
2cups Milk
1/4tsp Salt
4tsp Sugar
2tbsp Flax seed powder
6tbsp Warm water
Some sugar pearls

Sieve the baking powder, flour together, add in the sugar and salt.

Now add the flax seed powder to the warm water, mix it and keep aside.

Heat the milk, butter in a heavy bottom pan and bring it to boil.

Reduce the flame and add slowly the flour mixture, stir until the flour gets cooked and looks like a dough.

Now add the flax seed mixture, and mix vigorously.



Preheat the oven to 350F.

Transfer this a pastry bag, line a baking tray with a baking sheet.

Pipe it as round balls , give a milk wash and sprinkle the sugar pearls on the top.

Bake for 10-12 minutes at 350F.


Eggless chocolate mousse:
2cups Heavy cream
1cup Semi sweet chocolate chips
4tbsp Butter

In a chilled bowl, beat the heavy cream until they turns smooth and stiff, keep it in fridge.

Meanwhile take the chocolate chips and butter in a bowl.

Put this bowl on the top of the simmering water sauce pan, make sure the water should not touch the bottom of the chocolate bowl.

Melt the chocolate completely, stir continously and remove it,let it cool for few seconds.

Now gently drop the whipped cream and slowly fold it.

Dont deflate the whipped cream, take care of it.

Divide the mouse to an individual serving glass and keep it in fridge for an hour or 2hours to set.

Serve with eggless choux, either filled or as accompaniment.

39 comments:

  1. happy bday to your blog :) enjoy ! Have a blast ! lovely recipe on the spl day !

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  2. Happie Anniversary.. tis is the bestest blog which helps n number of bloggies n foodies like us to keep cooking n keeps us trying many more dishes.. Sooper dish.. looks so yummm

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  3. Looks like you have perfected the eggless choux pastry Priya. Both the pastry and mousse look fabulous...

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  4. congratulations on ur 5yrs of blogging :) still long way 2 go :)

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  5. Congrats on reaching a milestone.. 5 years of blogging.. Wow.. :)great.. :) Wish you reach more and more such milestones.. :) Well prepared eggless gelatin free mousse and eggless choux :)

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  6. Congrats on 5 years of blogging akka... SuperDivine recipe as usuall..

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  7. Congratulations dear ! Many more years to go ...
    Eggless choux looks great!

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  8. wow aks 5 yrs and you have shared again a special recipe with us for the celebration. all I can say is that I must thank u and blogging platform for adding a lovely person like u in my life. You are my inspiration to blog and cook each day :) your blog is surely a treasure chest for people like me, wishing you all success and joy in all that you do... hugs and congrats once again.

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  9. very simple ingredients but outcome looks gorgeous...

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  10. Nice recipe dear..and congrats on your milestone :)

    Cheers!
    Vani

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  11. congrats on ur 5th yr of blogging. way to go. Luv the flax seeds in them

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  12. Sounds interesting, new to me Priya!

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  13. Happy birthday to your blog space ka.. I really love sharing all your recipes :) This one is special :) I could eat this eggless during my fasting days too :) Thanks for sharing ka :)

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  14. Congrats on completion of 5 years of blogging. Lovely eggless choux.

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  15. Congrats dear Priya. Wish you many more successful years of blogging. You are a gift to budding bloggers like me.Hugs!

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  16. Congrats Priya! you are one of the sweet and warm persons I came across in my 7 yrs of being in the blogging world( with a break in between.

    Hope to see more of you in the coming yrs!

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  17. Hi Priya,
    Happy Blog Anniversary! 5 years is a wonderful achievement!
    The choux pastry looks delightful, interesting that it is eggless!
    Hope you have a wonderful weekend ahead!

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  18. Hi Priya. Congratulations for completing 5 years of blogging..The recipe is very apt for the occasion :)

    Yummy mousse!

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  19. Wowo congragulations and wishing you and your delicious blog many many more years of happy cooking and bloggin.

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  20. hi Priya, Congrats for the completing 5 years of successful blogging and that too such a lovely n lively blog. your choux pastries are also so perfect and cute......

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  21. Congrats akka on your blog anniversary.. A perfect way to celebrate.. Love your eggless choux

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  22. My hearty wishes on completing 5 years. Congratulations and I wish that you delight us with many more such easy and tasty recipes. Your recipes are foolproof and I count on it when I run out of ideas. I think I have told you before, but there is no harm in repeating it :) You are one of the bloggers who inspire me to cook. Proud of you Priya.

    And that chocolate mousse is calling out my name so is the choux. Yumm.

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  23. Congrats Akka on your 5th blog anniversary... wow!!! 5 yrs of blogging is something really great and hats off to you. Love the eggless choux simply superb and lovely way to celebrate the occasion...

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  24. Congrats! Wishing you many many more years of wonderful blogging.

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  25. Congrats di..keep rock like this vth more recipes n events...all d best n very tempting mouse.

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  26. My hearty congratulation Priya akka. Happy birthday to your blog. Again another special and wonderful recipe. You are a treasure to us akka.

    today's post:
    http://sanolisrecipies.blogspot.in/2013/08/litti-mixed-chokha-with-hara-dhaniya.html

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  27. Happy birthday to a very accomplished 5 year old! Cheers

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  28. Congrats on your achievement. The choux and mousse

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  29. Hearty congratulations and wishing many more birthdays to your blog. Both dishes look very yummy and are perfect for celebration.

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  30. Congrats Priya like I always say ur a legend to all our bloggers, v all admire u and ur beat at what u do very happy for ur 5 th year completion all the best

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  31. A big congrats on your milestone of 5 years. It is definitely a fact to be proud of as it says volumes about you, your passion, and persistence. Keep it up and let the blog shine high.

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  32. Congrats on the milestone dear.. Wish u many more to come.. A nice way to celebrate the anniversary.. Tempting choux pastries !

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  33. Hey congratulations on completing 5 years. I am just a baby compared to you :-).
    Great choux pastry mousse. Mine were an unmitigated disaster. Will try your recipes the next time.

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  34. Congrats for ur 5th year,.,, wish u many more to come... great recipe,..

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  35. Congrats, and hats off to your great efforts.

    The choux and mousse look delicious.

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