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Join GBBO Winner, Nancy Birtwhistle on April 10 (12PM EST/5PM BST) and learn to make perfectly formed crisp delicious choux buns. This choux buns recipe is the perfect dessert to impress your friends and family this Easter!

What you'll learn

During this live cooking show (April 10 at 5PM BST/7 PM EST) you will bake the perfect profiteroles out of choux buns. Nancy Birtwhistle will demonstrate how to make a perfect choux pastry dough. Also known as pȃte à choux, the choux buns is a french pastry that’s filled with a delicious Chantilly cream and drizzled with dark chocolate making light and crisp irresistible profiteroles. 

What does choux mean in baking?
Choux is French for cabbage. They’re called that because the shape of the buns looks like a cabbage. As they bake in the oven they take on a light and crispy texture and look like mini cabbages. Leave it to the french to have the cutest names for pastries.

Are choux buns the same as cream puffs or profiteroles?
They are related but not exactly the same thing. Choux buns are the type of dough or pastry that the desert is made from. Once you take the choux buns and fill them with cream it becomes a profiterole or cream puff. 

If you are a fan of baking and food-related entertainment then you must get familiar with Nancy Birtwhistle. She, among many accomplishments, wrote the cookbook Sizzle and Drizzle and won the fifth series of The Great British Bake Off in 2014. 

Since her victory in The Great British Bake Off, Nancy Birtwhistle has reentered the world of professional baking and entertainment. She writes regularly for her website and other publications. She shares recipes regularly with the world and continues to ride the wave of success brought to her by winning the baking competition. 

For more recipes baking tips and overall positive energy and vibes, join Nancy Birtwhistle’s live MasterSeries here on Amphy. Meet the incredible and lovely Nancy Birtwhistle and learn the delicious recipe to make mouthwatering choux buns and profiteroles. Whether you want to bake for yourself, friends, family, or just for fun, Nancy is here to show you the way!  

This class is perfect for

Great British Bakeoff Fans
Dessert Lovers
Those who want to learn to cook Profiteroles
Individuals looking to bake a yummy Easter dessert
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Meet Nancy Birtwhistle,

Your teacher

Since winning the fifth series of The Great British Bake Off in 2014, I have written three books. My first book, Sizzle and Drizzle. (2019) , is a baking and cooking book which covers every baking discipline and is supported by “how to” videos accessed using QR codes.. My second and third books (both UK top 10 Bestsellers) concentrate on living a ‘greener’ life. In these books I share recipes for eco friendly cleaning recipes plus tips and tricks on how to save the plant and money by working smarter, using less and wasting less. I post regularly on social media and have a delightful group of followers who are literally all over the world.

What to bring

***Full Recipe and directions will be sent within 48 hours of registration. If you have any questions or have not received class confirmation/ recipe please email
150ml Water
100g salted butter
10g caster sugar
1 tsp salt
150g Plain flour sifted
3 eggs beaten
400ml Double / Heavy Cream
1 tbsp Icing sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
To Drizzle:
150g Dark Chocolate
Hand-held electric whisk
3 mixing bowls – 1 large, 1 medium, 1 small
1 saucepan
2 piping bags with a star nozzle and pointed filling nozzle
Water spray bottle
2 baking sheets lined with reusable baking parchment
Measuring jug
Metal skewer
Presentation plate

How to participate

emailHead to your confirmation email or booking page, and click the button to join the stream.
zoom callIf you haven’t already, download Zoom for free on your computer or smartphone in advance.