Wow your guests, family, and yourself with these chic soufflé recipes.
Home chefs have been intimidated by these cloud-like desserts for years. Well, not anymore! Our recipes have taken the guesswork
out of the eqaution so you no longer have to fear the dreaded sunken soufflé.
First up: A dusting of powdered sugar or cocoa powder is a traditional garnish for this classic dessert. Here, we sprinkle the tops with sliced almonds before baking to add contrasting flavor and texture.
View Recipe: Lemon-Almond Soufflés
Gruyère cheese grows stronger, earthier, and more complex with age, offering an intensely rich profile to these light, fluffy
View Recipe: Cheese Soufflés with Herb Salad
These chocolate soufflés are an uber-decadent dessert and the perfect finishing touch to dinner parties or a quiet, romantic
dinner. You can even prepare the ingredients ahead; spoon the batter into soufflé dishes, cover, and freeze until you're ready
to cook them. They can go straight from the freezer to the oven. Make the sauce ahead too, and simply warm it before serving.
View Recipe: Double Chocolate Soufflés with Warm Fudge Sauce
The skin of the sweet dumpling squash is edible when cooked, so you don't have to peel these gems; simply chop, roast, puree,
and proceed with the recipe. If you can't find it, substitute peeled butternut. If you prefer, serve this soufflé as a side
to accompany roast chicken, pork, or beef. Simply serve eight smaller portions.
View Recipe: Cheese and Squash Soufflés
The combination of brown sugar and browned butter gives this staff-favorite dessert an intense caramel flavor.
View Recipe: Brown Sugar Soufflés with Crème Anglaise
Italian Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese has a superior nutty flavor you won't find in the domestic alternatives. It's worth seeking
out—be sure to buy a wedge and grate it yourself.
View Recipe: Spinach and Parmesan Soufflés
The original version of this delicious side dish was weighed down by a stick of butter and a cup of sugar. Our lightened version
eliminates 8.5g fat and 102 calories by accenting the natural sweetness of carrots, and adding a punch with the addition of
View Recipe: Carrot Soufflé
This soufflé cake is light and fluffy thanks to cake flour, a fine-textured, soft wheat flour with a high starch content.
It usually comes in a box rather than a bag and can be found with the cake mixes at the supermarket.
View Recipe: Dark Chocolate Soufflé Cake
Chocolate makes two appearances here―as cocoa powder and as antioxidant-packed bittersweet. These soufflés will wow your guests.
View Recipe: Bittersweet Chocolate Souffles
Serve this spectacular jewel-toned soufflé with roast beef and steamed asparagus for a special dinner.
View Recipe: Beet Soufflé with Lemony Horseradish Crème Fraîche
Our simple directions make a properly risen soufflé a cinch. For easy variations in flavor, substitute almond, lemon, or orange
extract for the vanilla.
View Recipe: Individual Chocolate Soufflé Cakes
Savory and sweet, this soufflé can be served as a side dish or dessert. With our easy-to-handle recipe you'll be enjoying
your delicious confection in no time.
View Recipe: Sweet Potato Soufflé
You can omit the small amount of coffee liqueur without drastically changing the flavor. Contemporary Mexican chefs often
add ground red pepper to their chocolate desserts; leave it out if you want a more traditional taste.
View Recipe: Mexican Chocolate Soufflés
The only thing better than French toast is turning it into a soufflé. Make this dish for brunch or surprise your kids with
this treat in place of the standard French toast. A firm white bread produces the best texture in this make-ahead breakfast
View Recipe: French Toast Soufflé