- n. Plural form of profiterole.
“It ends up more like something you might pour over your profiteroles.”
“Food and drink is a pretense to seduction," Chef Ducasse said, waggling his eyebrows comically as we finished our first dessert—a strawberry frasier—and made our way through some profiteroles, sipping 2004 La Coume du Roy fortified wine from Maury, a French village near the Spanish border.”
“A-27 sells tiramisu, profiteroles and other products under the Bontà Divina brand.”
“With the exception of dessert, which includes ice cream-filled profiteroles covered in dark chocolate, there's no room for plate envy at the table.”
“That was followed by both profiteroles, a large piece of Stollen, and a whole cup of juice.”
“Le Maurin des Maures, nearby, is a local institution, with a sunny terrace overlooking the sea and a €13.50 three-course menu offering soupe de poisson, delicious grilled sardines and profiteroles smothered with hot chocolate sauce.”
“The Palazzo's executive chef has crafted a traditional menu with sumptuous flairs like profiteroles, and the family-style dinner includes a pair of Northern California's finest varietals to wash it all down.”
“Skip the profiteroles and Grandma Betty's biscuits if you don't want the guilt.”
“Even Halloween favorites deserve to dress up for Halloween, or for any other night (I ate three of these profiteroles myself last night, and it was no special occasion).”
“These profiteroles take the classic French dish of cream puffs drowned in chocolate to a new all-American level.”
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