When I was in high school, we still had a class called home economics. Inside the classroom was a stove with oven, a washer and dryer, an iron, and all kinds of other things that you would commonly use at home. We learned a lot in that class about how to become a productive adult that could effectively run a household. Cooking, cleaning, laundry, and a lot of other basic topics were covered in there. I think they need to bring that class back, because there are a lot of kids these days that don’t know how to do those simple tasks.
My favorite thing to do in home economics was cook or bake. When we were doing that, I felt like I was in my element. It was also fun to taste all of the creations that our teacher helped us make. When we made these breakfast pastry puffs one day, I never forgot it.
The recipe was a lot like this one from Recipe Lion, but I think they were called something different. Either way, it doesn’t matter what they were called. The important thing is the taste, and this puff has an unforgettable one. Try it yourself and find out. Your family will thank you for it!
Recipe courtesy of Recipe Lion. Photo credits to Finding Harmony.
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Quick Tip: All-spice, cinnamon, or nutmeg can be used in place of the mace seasoning.