Eat Beer Cream Puffs on St. Patrick’s Day Because Why Not?
Several traditional Irish foods are frequently served on St. Patrick’s Day: corned beef and cabbage, shepherd’s pie and Pepto Bismol. Please add to that list the Beer Cream Puff.
Made by New York City sweets shop Puddin’ By Clio, the Beer Cream Puff is a baked pastry made with cherry compote, brushed with an orange glaze and allowed to cool before being stuffed full of pudding made from Brooklyn Brewery’s Dry Irish Stout.
Yes, we just told you about tasty pudding made from beer. It’s like someone heard your silent prayers asking for beer for dessert. With the Beer Cream Puff, you can have exactly that — at least through St. Patrick’s Day.
Puddin’ By Clio is located in the East Village neighborhood of Manhattan in New York City. Not everyone reading this can get there in person, but about 20 million people are close enough to stop by Puddin’ and get a six-pack of Beer Cream Puffs. You have to know one of them.