raspberry pistachio eclair recipe with raspberry glaze

Raspberry Pistachio Eclair Recipe (video)

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My raspberry pistachio eclair recipe will take your breath away – golden and delicate eclairs filled with a fluffy and creamy pistachio cream, dotted with fresh raspberries and dipped into a raspberry glaze. I use a classic pate a choux recipe and combine it with these incredible flavors! The pistachio filling is made with real pistachios, Bailey’s Irish cream and cream cheese. These pistachio eclairs are unbelievably delicious and go so well with a cup of coffee or tea. I love trying out new fillings and flavor combinations and this one takes the gold!

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The Pistachio Eclair Filling
You’ll fall head over heels in love with the creamy pistachio filling! It’s creamy, fluffy and delicious – everything eclair filling needs to be! The pistachios and Irish cream are first pulsed together to form a thick paste. I actually like to use salted pistachios for this recipe because the salt adds amazing flavor! This pistachio paste is then combined with cream cheese (you can use mascarpone here, too), white chocolate and whipped cream. For this video recipe, I split the eclair shells in half and piped both halves with filling. Alternatively, you can poke small holes in the bottom of the shells and fill the eclairs from the bottom.
raspberry pistachio eclairs with raspberry glaze and fresh raspberries
How To Make Pate A Choux

This elegant, show-stopping dessert can seem intimidating to make at home, but it’s actually quite easy! You’ll need just 5 ingredients for the eclair shells – eggs, water, flour, butter and a pinch of salt! Here are a few tips for making pate a choux successfully!

  1. When baking the eclair shells, resist the temptation to open your oven door! These shells are very temperature sensitive and can collapse easily with a blast of cool air.
  2. Bake the shells until they are a deep golden color; underbaking will also cause them to collapse.
  3. I recommend filling the pastries the same day, once they cool. The shells can and will go stale if left out uncovered.

raspberry eclairs with pistachio eclair filling

The Raspberry Glaze

Using freeze dried fruit is a great way to add fruity flavor without the added moisture and without having to change the original recipe. For my raspberry eclairs, I use freeze dried raspberries for the glaze and topping. You can find them in Trader Joe’s, Costco or online on Amazon. Dip the pate a choux shells in the glaze, then garnish with nuts, berries or chocolate. To garnish these eclairs, I sprinkled the top with freeze dried raspberries and melted white chocolate.

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Raspberry Pistachio Eclair Recipe with raspberry glaze

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I love my handheld KitchenAid mixer for small jobs like mixing batter.
This set of jumbo cake decorating tips includes all the tips I use in my kitchen. And I love these disposable pastry bags, too.
Use these silicone mats for baking on these aluminum baking sheets.

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