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Mini Biscuit Eclairs

Baker Peabody Recipe by

A quick twist on a favor dessert using Grands! Refrigerated Biscuits.

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  • Prep Time 5 min
  • Total Time 45 min
  • Servings 32
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Mini biscuit eclairs are easy to make with Grands! Refrigerated Biscuits.  

As prepared by Baker Peabody

I don’t have a nice French pastry shop anywhere near me – and I certainly don’t have the patience to make éclairs – but sometimes I really want one. What’s a girl to do? Make a much easier version of mini éclairs is what!

These are beyond simple…and only use three ingredients: Pillsbury Grands! Refrigerated Biscuits, prepared vanilla instant pudding (I used the refrigerated kind), and Betty Crocker Hershey’s Chocolate Frosting.

So the next time you have a mad craving for éclairs, why not get all of the flavor and hardly any of the work by making these mini biscuit éclairs instead?

Here's how!

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Gather ingredients.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Cut each one of the 8 Grands! Refrigerated Biscuits into 4 pieces, giving you a total of 32 pieces.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Roll each piece into a ball.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Heat oil to between 360-375 degrees F for best frying results.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Using tongs, add 3-4 biscuit ball pieces at a time. You don’t want too many, or you will not be able to turn them quick enough and they might burn.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Watch carefully as they will fry up quickly. Turn with the tongs to keep them from burning.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Once good and brown (you want to make sure they cook all the way through) remove from oil and place on a paper towel to soak up extra grease. Repeat with all 32 pieces of dough.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Once cooled, take the vanilla pudding out from the fridge.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Place vanilla pudding into a piping bag fitted with a metal tip.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Grands Mini Eclairs

Poke the metal tip into the biscuit ball piece and pipe pudding into the biscuit until it starts to come out of the hole.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Place frosting into a microwave-safe bowl and microwave for 15 seconds. It will be more like a glaze now.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Drizzle chocolate frosting over the pudding filled biscuit balls.

 

Grands Mini Eclairs

Let frosting set up. You can place them into fridge for a bit to help speed up the process.

 

These are best if eaten the day of – but these mini biscuit éclairs are so good, that won't be difficult!

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Mini Biscuit Eclairs

Ingredients

1
can Grands! Refrigerated Biscuits
oil
for frying
1
cup Betty Crocker Hersheys Chocolate Frosting
1
cup prepared vanilla instant pudding (I used the refrigerated kind)

Directions

  • 1 Cut each one of the 8 Grands Biscuits into 4s, giving you a total of 32 pieces.
  • 2 Roll each piece into a ball.
  • 3 Heat oil to between 360-375F for best frying results.
  • 4 Using thongs, add 3-4 biscuit ball pieces at a time. You dont want too many or you will not be able to turn them quick enough and they might burn.
  • 5 Watch carefully as they will fry up quickly. Turn with the thongs to keep from burning.
  • 6 Once good and brown (you want to make sure they cook all the way through) remove from oil and place on a paper towel to soak up extra grease. Repeat with all 32 pieces of dough.
  • 7 Once cooled take out vanilla pudding from fridge.
  • 8 Place vanilla pudding into a piping bag fitted with a metal tip.
  • 9 Poke the metal tip into the biscuit ball piece and pipe pudding into the biscuit until it starts to come out of the hole.
  • 10 Place frosting into a microwave safe bowl and microwave for 15 seconds. It will be more like a glaze now.
  • 11 Drizzle chocolate frosting over the pudding filled biscuit balls.
  • 12 Let frosting set up. You can place them into fridge for a bit to help speed the process. Best if eaten the same day that you make.
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