Neither the bun or the cream is sweetened,,,, yummy
Maybe they're not sweetened, but I do think I gained a pound just looking at those treats.
I'll take six. :-)
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!
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!
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
Ours were yeast buns - still delicious. Patsy
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?