Delicious, simple, and fast.
Step 1: Find the Recipes
I used random recipes out of vintage books but cannot remember where I found them. I apologize.
Basically, I followed a vintage eclair recipe, making the choux and also the custard filling.
Just search up elcair recipe and custard filling (or pastry filling) recipe online and they will pop up, I promise.
The uniqueness of these are in the rt of them, not the recipe.
Step 2: Make the Choux
Follow it step by step, as the recipe states. Add in red rood coloring (to make it pink), or a bit of all natural food coloring.
It should look like the above color when done.
Step 3: Pipe
Put the choux batter into a piping bag and pipe in spirals. Keep it thin, they rise a lot.
Step 4: Place Them in the Oven and While You Wait...
make the custard.
Also, if you are a fan of chocolate, make a smaller batch of chocolate custard.
Step 5: Cool, Cut, Drop, Plop.
In that order,
Cool the pastries,
Cut a hole in the middle,
Drop in some chocolate filling,
Plop in the custard filling to the top.
Step 6: Enjoy
When they are filled, you are done.
Now take a picture of them in the firelight and tease you friends! :)