Blue Cheese Pâte à Choux

Whenever there is a movie coming out that I'm really excited to see, it immediately gets me thinking about all of the yummy snacks I want to make—you know, for my second viewing of it after I've seen it in the theaters and then watch it again on my couch while happily eating away. Well, Castello Cheese had the same genius thought!

So, we teamed up and I made these delicious—way easier to make than you think—cheese puffs using Castello's Extra Creamy Danish Blue Cheese to snack on while watching The Weinstein Company’s newest star-studded, culinary- themed film, Burnt, starring Bradley Cooper, Sienna Miller, and Matthew Rhys.

There's more! There are prizes! Check out the #UnlockYourChef Sweepstakes for a chance to win prizes like private cooking classes for two and a year’s worth of Castello cheese!

Burnt Movie comes out today! So get a bakin', entering to win, and a watchin'! So much to be excited about!

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PREP TIME: 5 minutes

BAKE TIME: 20 minutes

COOK TIME: 5 minutes

TOTAL TIME: 30 minutes


10 Pieces


Water (1/2 cup)

Unsalted Butter (4 oz—aka. half a stick)

Wildflower Honey (1 tbsp)

Salt (1/2 tsp)

All Purpose Flour (1/2 cup)

Eggs (3)

Castello Extra Creamy Danish Blue Cheese (1/2 cup, grated)

Fresh Rosemary (2 tbsp, finely chopped)



Wooden Spoon

Large Mixing Bowl

Baking Sheet

Baking Mat (Or Parchment Paper)


1. TO MAKE YOUR DOUGH. over medium heat, combine your water, butter, honey and salt in your saucepan.

Bring it to a boil.

Add in your flour.

Using your wooden spoon, stir consistently until you have an even dough, then stir for 2 more minutes.

Transfer your dough to your mixing bowl.

Let sit for 2-3 minutes.

Add in one egg.

Using your wooden spoon, mix your egg until it is fully incorporated and you have a dough-like consistency again.

Do the same, one by one, for your remaining two eggs.

Add in your grated Castello Extra Creamy Danish Blue Cheese and rosemary.

Mix until you have an even somewhat liquid-y dough.


2. TO BAKE. preheat your oven to 425°.

Line your baking sheet with your baking mat.

Scoop your dough onto it in heaping tablespoon sized piles.

Bake for 10 minutes.

Reduce your oven's heat to 350° and bake for an additional 10 - 15 minutes—or till golden.

Eat up. They're light, flavorful and delish—you'll love!