The French egg-based dish has been around since the early eighteenth century and its name comes from the French verb souffler which means “to breathe” or “to puff”. While there is a traditional way to make a Soufflé these ten recipes take things to a whole new level and offer something truly original to this classic dessert…
 


 

Preserved Pear Soufflé

Preserved Pear Soufflé

Preserved Pear Soufflé

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Gluten Free & Lactose Free Red Berry Soufflé

Gluten Free & Lactose Free Red Berry Soufflé

Gluten Free & Lactose Free Red Berry Soufflé

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Chocolate Orange Soufflé

Chocolate Orange Soufflé

Chocolate Orange Soufflé

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Raspberry Rose Soufflé

Raspberry Rose Soufflé

Raspberry Rose Soufflé

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Classic Chocolate Soufflé

Classic Chocolate Soufflé

Classic Chocolate Soufflé

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Prune and Apple Soufflé

Prune and Apple Soufflé

Prune and Apple Soufflé

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Double Chocolate Soufflé

Double Chocolate Soufflé

Double Chocolate Soufflé

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Strawberry Soufflé

Strawberry Soufflé

Strawberry Soufflé

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Pistachio Soufflé

Pistachio Soufflé

Pistachio Soufflé

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Salted Caramel Soufflé

Salted Caramel Soufflé

Salted Caramel Soufflé

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14 thoughts on “Ten Different Ways to Make a Soufflé and All the Recipes You Need

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