Top Rated Soufflé Recipes

The soufflé, meaning “to puff up,” is a delicate French cake made simply of combining egg yolks with beaten egg whites and just a few of other ingredients.  The combination of custard and egg whites causes the pastry to puff up when baked, hence the name.
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Cheese Souffle
Impress your friends with this stunning, Disney Princess-inspired cheese soufflé.This recipe is courtesy of Heed the Feed.
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Chocolate Soufflé
Learn how to make deliciously romantic chocolate soufflé, right in your own kitchen! Recipe courtesy of Salt Creek Grille Princeton.
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This recipe is quick and easy to make for a potluck dish. 
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"This corn soufflé is so simple to make and will get you an unbelievable amount of compliments from your family and friends. The cheese topping is to die for!" — Julie Benz
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This blue cheese and honey soufflé was amazing! My husband loves blue cheese and we were having company for dinner and I want to add something else to our steak dinner. I decided an hour before our guests were arriving to make this soufflé and it was a huge hit. Everyone put it on their salad plate with their salad (I added blue cheese to the salad, too). Click here to see more recipes on Cindy's Table.
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Potato Soufflé Recipe
Recipe provided courtesy of Vintage Books and Anna Thomas, from the 2014 reprint of the classic two-volume collection The Vegetarian Epicure.
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Hidden Treasure Chocolate Souffles
Want to treat that special someone this Valentine's Day? Tempt them with this tantalizing recipe for Hidden Treasure Chocolate Soufflés - a surprisingly simple-to-make delicacy that is sure to please.Savor the intense flavor of the rich chocolate with a creamy caramel secret hidden in the center. It's a sweet treasure that will fill both of your hearts with love
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Forgotten Chocolate Soufflé
This foolproof soufflé recipe delivers tons of chocolatey taste. Your dinner guest will love the molten center and you will love how simple the recipe is to make.
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So this is the chocolate soufflé recipe you’ve all been waiting for, but it’s a bit more like a flourless chocolate cake than a soufflé. It doesn’t give a whole lot of height like a traditional soufflé would, primarily because the ratio of egg whites to the volume of the chocolate base is low. But alas, what comes up must come down, and most towering soufflés do indeed collapse by the time you set them in front of your guests — which is why I like these less fancy little things. They’re denser and more chocolate-y and if you take them out at just the right moment, they’re a little gooey in the middle in the best possible way. They don’t rise as tall, but I think you’ll love them anyway.
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This recipe comes from chef Michael Gabriel, Pastry Chef at Rock Center Café and The Sea Grill. It's versatile enough you can use any type of fruit purée.
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