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Friday, December 21, 2012

Pastry Puff Vanilla Bean Cream Horns "Trubochki"


 Surprisingly simple to make and so delicious, cream horns are a very special treat. Cream Horns (also called Trubochki) are made of  Pastry Puff. Filled with very light and delightful whipped cream. Try one for yourself and you will be delighted. I finally ordered my Cream Horn Molds. Really excited to make these for my neighbors, teachers etc.  for Christmas.  


You will need:
 5" Cream Horn Molds  to make these trubochki. It's better to get 18 or 24 molds. Then it will be easier to make a lot at one time.


     Ingredients:  
1/2 Quick Pastry Puff Dough Recipe  or use store bought dough
2 cups heavy whipping cream
3/4- 1 can sweetened condensed milk
1-2 tsp vanilla bean paste  

Pastry bag with star tip.
Preheat oven to 425 F.
Take a piece of dough 1/4 of the recipe at time. Keep the rest of dough in the fridge until you are ready to roll it. 
Roll pastry dough not too thinly, so you can easily take and roll around the molds.   
Roll  about 10 inches in length  Cut into 1 inch strips. Start rolling at the end and work your way up, overlapping half of the width. Optional: You can dip it in sugar before you bake em.
These top ones were not overlapped enough. 
Bake on 425 F for 10-12 min. All ovens are different please watch when you bake. It should be a golden color.
To make cream:
Start by whipping heavy whipping cream and add 1 tbs at the time of sweet condensed milk. Add vanilla bean. Whip until it becomes thick. Then fill a pastry bag with it. It's enough for 50-60 horns. 
To keep pastry horns crisp, fill em before you are ready to serve. You can make  horns a few days in advance. Keep em in dry place. Sprinkle with powdered sugar.
Merry Christmas!!!




These are baked with sugar on top.




15 comments:

  1. Love trubochki.!!!your cream is very delightful!

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    1. (¯`*•.¸(¯`´•...Thanks Nadia...•´´¯)¸.•´´¯)

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  2. can I substitute vanilla bean with vanilla extract?

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    1. Sure you can:) I just love vanilla bean so I add it in everything.

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  3. how long will cream horns last in the fridge after they have been filled?

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    1. Few hours I think. My didn't last that long:)))

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  4. Hi,

    This is a fantastic recipe, and great fun to make with the kids. Thanks so much for posting it.

    All the best, Alex

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  5. I remember these from my childhood! I loved them! First I used to finish that filling :)))

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    1. I know, my kids love to lick cream first too:)))

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  6. Lea, this is impossible! Absolute delight to make those right from my childhood!
    And I bet the kids will love them!!
    Could you tell me where to find those molds? is amazon the best place? I found 6 for 3.78.

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    1. I got these molds here http://www.webstaurantstore.com/ateco-928-6-3-8-cream-horn-mold-lady-lock-form/1444928.html
      Enjoy!!!

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  7. Hi Lea! I saw these at Show Stopper Saturday and I'm a sucker for anything vanilla. These sound so yummy and easy to make too. And that cream filling, I think I could eat that all by itself. Thanks for sharing and Happy New Year! :)

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    1. You are right about the cream :) It's super delish :)
      Enjoy!!!

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