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qahtan

cream buns


qahtan


Neither the bun or the cream is sweetened,,,, yummy

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LindyD

Maybe they're not sweetened, but I do think I gained a pound just looking at those treats.


I'll take six.  :-)

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PaddyL

I'm asking because a couple of weeks ago, I made the kind of cream 'buns' I used to buy in Ireland, more of a cream doughnut, but not fried.  Now I'm not sure whether we called them cream buns or cream doughnuts.   They were delicious, whatever they're called!

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plevee

They were called cream cookies when we used to get them from the City Bakery in Lanarkshire, Scotland. They looked just like yours, were only very slightly sweetened & had a tiny dab of red jam under the cream. They were one of their best sellers. They were DELICIOUS!


Patsy

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qahtan

These are choux pastry,filled with whipped cream with a dusting of icing sugar over the top, that is the only sweetener.


 they are callrd cream buns or cream puffs in UK.. qahtan

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plevee

Ours were yeast buns - still delicious. Patsy

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salma

Has anyone ever had a pastry named St. Tropez at Madeline's, a franchise that I discovered in Florida, New Orleans and Houston?  It was a very soft about 4" oval bread-like dough with cream inside. If so, would anyone know how to reproduce it?


Salma