Texas Gougeres Appetizer Recipe

Texas Gougeres Appetizer Recipe

My Texas Gougeres Appetizer recipe is guaranteed to please a crowd.  These puffy, cheesy treats of goodness are made with a scoop to give a rustic feel and that all important Texas size! Texas Gougeres feature jalapenos  for a little kick and they’re topped with shredded cheddar cheese!

Appetizers make everyone happy, I think it’s the variety they provide.

Every year, I teach an appetizers class in preparation for holiday parties.  No need to search through recipe books for inspiration this year; cook along with me in Crave Able Appetizers, Thursday, December 10th at 6:30! Join me at this time or anytime for a fantastic class, jam packed with delicious bites.

We’ll start the fun by shaking up a cocktail to enjoy while we cook and at the end of class, you will have an assortment of tasty bites to sample!!

Baked Texas Gougeres Appetizer Recipe

Meanwhile, I’m sharing a new version of this French classic, Texas Gougeres Appetizer Recipe

Texas Gougeres

1 cup milk

1 stick unsalted butter

1 cup flour

4 large eggs

1 cup shredded cheddar cheese, divided

2 tablespoons chopped picked jalapenos

1 teaspoon sea salt

1/8 teaspoon pepper

Preheat oven to 425 degrees.  In sauce pan heat milk, butter, salt and pepper over medium heat until scalded.  Add flour all at once and beat vigorously until mixture comes together.  Cook stirring constantly for 2 more minutes, the mixture will coat the bottom of the pan.  Pour mixture into a food processor, add eggs, ½ cup cheese and jalapenos and pulse processor until all is incorporated and you are left with smooth dough.  Use a kitchen scoop to scoop batter onto a parchment lined baking sheet.  Sprinkle with remaining cheese.  Bake for 15 minutes or until golden brown and puffed.

Texas Gougeres Appetizer Recipe, raw dough

This is what the Texas Gougeres dough looks like, just before you place it in the food processor, it resembles mashed potatoes!

Texas Gougeres Appetizer Recipe ready to be baked

Texas Gougeres, just before they are placed in the oven!

Beautiful Texas Gougeres Appetizer Recipe

Texas Gougeres Appetizer Recipe, ready to be devoured!

Hope I’ll see you soon in a virtual cooking class!

Holiday Season Virtual Cooking Classes

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Appetizers class 2020

Crave Able Appetizers Thursday, December 10th 6:30-8:30
ON THE MENU
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Sumptuous Pear Cranberry Compote over baked Brie
Mouthwatering Caramelized Onions and Bacon Stuffed Mushrooms
Pretty Flatbread Appetizers
Sweet and savory Ham and Apricot Hand Pies
Precious S’mores Shooters
Class Fee $29.00

Gifts from the Kitchen-Class for Buche de Noel

Buche de Noel- Tuesday, December 15th 6:30

Learn to make this time honored French confection in time for your Christmas table.

Chocolate Sponge Cake

Cream Filling

Chocolate Frosting

Meringue Mushrooms

AND many more decorating techniques.

Class Fee $29.00

Gifts from the Kitchen-2020 class

Gifts from the Kitchen 2020, NOW ON Demand!

ON THE MENU

The Cosmopolitan- a classic cocktail with swizzle garnish

Incredible Pear Loaf Cake- the pear baked right in!

Chocolate Almond Layered Cookie Bars- decadent goodness

Stunning Tomato Basil Tart for Two

Impressive Lemon Tart for Two- special attention to garnish for gift giving

Apricot Cream Cheese Layered Bread is marvelous

Blood Orange Curd- the loveliest gift for topping ice-cream, pancakes or cookie dipping

The 2020 Signature Truffle will be Amaretto- dark and sinful

Once the recipes are made, inventive packaging for each will be shared.

Class Fee $39.00

2021 classes and ATOP Events are now registering! 

Virtual Cooking Classes are FUN! You get to try new Recipes, cook along with me real-time, you can take the class on a day and time that is good for you AND virtual classes are 1/2 the price!

 

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