Souffles

It is Souffle day and we are going to have a blast. Now I had to make a cheese and a chocolate in culinary school. We also had a test on it. I was so scared. Souffles need to puff up but any little thing can make it go wrong. You want to eat it before it deflates, which is why most restaurants will not have it on the menu. However, it is super delicious and one of our favorites.

A soufflé is a baked egg-based dish originating in France in the early eighteenth century. Combined with various other ingredients it can be served as a savory main dish or sweetened as a dessert. The word soufflé is the past participle of the French verb souffler which means “to blow”, “to breathe”, “to inflate” or “to puff”

SWEET POTATO SOUFFLE – Dinner at the Zoo

This sweet potato souffle is a creamy blend of sweet potatoes and spices topped with a brown sugar and pecan streusel. An easy and elegant side dish that’s perfect for the holidays and always gets rave reviews!“- Jacque

CARROT SOUFFLE – Dinner at the Zoo

This carrot souffle is made with pureed carrots, sugar, butter and eggs, all baked together to golden brown perfection. A light and fluffy side dish option that pairs well with chicken and beef, but can also be served as a dessert offering!” – Jacque

Souffle au Grand Marnier – What a Girl Eats

Souffle au Grand Marnier is a light, fluffy, egg white dessert, spiked with Grand Marnier! It’s the perfect holiday dessert recipe.” – Cynthia

CORN SOUFFLE – Two Pink Peonies

This corn souffle is so easy to make. It is a wonderful side dish for the holidays or a great way to dress up a weeknight dinner.” – Audrey

EASY BUTTERNUT SQUASH SOUFFLE – Two Pink Peonies

This light and airy butternut squash is so easy to make. It is the perfect fancy side dish for dinner or great to bring to a Thanksgiving potluck!” – Audrey

Easy Gluten Free Broccoli Souffle – Fearless Dining

Gluten free souffle is a delicious side dish to make when you are entertaining friends. Follow these easy steps to create individual servings of light and fluffy broccoli cheese souffle that are sure to impress your guests. “- Sandi

Easy Cheese Souffle with Brie Cheese – Plating Pixels

Learn everything you need to know to a make fluffy airy and Cheese Souffle with Brie in this fun and fancy recipe. Soufflé is so simple, anyone can make it at home. Plus I’ll share plenty of tips to make it come out perfect every time. ” – Matt

PRESSURE COOKER CAULIFLOWER SOUFFLÉ (INSTANT POT, LOW CARB) – Low Carb Yum

An easy pressure cooker cauliflower soufflé full of cheese. It makes a wonderful low carb side dish that takes little time to prepare.” – Lisa

EASY CHOCOLATE SOUFFLE RECIPE – Went Here 8 This

“Light and fluffy, rich and decadent, this easy Chocolate Souffle Recipe is the perfect special occasion dessert made in 30 minutes. Ultra chocolaty with a creamy milk chocolate center, this fancy dessert is a lot less difficult than you think….” – Danielle

LEMON SOUFFLE WITH RASPBERRY SAUCE – Went Here 8 This

“Light and fluffy with the perfect hint of fresh lemon flavor, this Lemon Souffle is quick to make and perfect served with the most amazing fresh made raspberry sauce!” – Danielle

FLOURLESS GINGERBREAD CHOCOLATE SOUFFLÉ – Culinary Ginger

“Make something a little different this Thanksgiving or Christmas season. Flourless Gingerbread Chocolate Soufflé is delicious served with a vanilla bean sauce that is as simple as defrosting your favorite ice cream.” – Janette

SOUFFLÉ AU CHOCOLAT (RITZ PARIS CHOCOLATE SOUFFLÉS) – Mission Food Adventure

“Making homemade chocolate soufflés is not nearly as intimidating as one would think. This recipe is easy to follow and hails from the Ritz Paris, so you know it’s the real deal! If you want to make the best authentic French chocolate soufflés, then look no further. As a bonus, they are naturally gluten-free.” – Victoria

Easy Australian Lemon Delicious Pudding – Barth Bakery

“This old-fashioned self-saucing pudding is easy peasy lemon squeezy! All the bright flavors of lemon in a refreshingly light and practically guilt-free soufflé. This basic recipe doesn’t require anything fancy and is made from one simple mixture that magically separates into a soft, fluffy lemon sponge cake on top and a tangy, creamy lemon sauce underneath. Served warm and dusted with confectioners’ sugar, this gorgeous melt-in-your-mouth ever-so-soft treat is sure to tantalize everyone’s taste buds. – Jennifer

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