My Copycat Panera Cheese Soufflé Recipe Won a Contest!
Remember my Copycat Panera Four-Cheese Breakfast Soufflérecipe I posted in May? Well, I was searching the web one day for “how to make a harvest apron” when I found a couple of contests on Instructables. I was also researching SEO and finding ways to generate traffic to my blog. So I figured that I’d join some recipe contests to see if more people visited and rated my recipes. I submitted 2 recipes and I made the winners circle! Both recipes were featured on the site!
This copycat Panera Cheesy Soufflé recipe is a great make at home version of Panera’s popular Four-Cheese Baked Egg Soufflé!
Did you see my post on Instagram with my version of copycat Panera Soufflés? I had a breakfast tradition with my niece where I’d pop by and drop off breakfast for her, (usually a Panera Soufflé) but during the early days/months of the pandemic, we could not find them in town at any Panera! I decided I would make my own copycat Panera cheesy soufflé! They were so good and I was able to continue my tradition of having a super fast (socially distanced) breakfast break with my niece before work.
These Pecan & Cinnamon and Hazelnut & Pecan Shady Characters Puff Pastries were inspired by one of my favorite books. Sh@dy Charac†ers – The Secret Life of Punctuation, Symbols & Other Typographical Marks by Ke!th H*uston.
It’s not really a coffee table book, but I use it as one. I like to see its funny, yet stunning title in bold white lettering embedded on the black long shadow of a giant white pilcrow floating on a bright red background. It’s a pretty jacket, over an exquisite white hardcover embossed with punctuation, symbols & other typographical marks, with black binding. The symbols stand out on the pages in bright red within the black text.