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|Place of origin||France|
|Main ingredients||choux pastry, nib sugar; custard or mousse|
A chouquette (French pronunciation: [ʃukɛt]) is a type of Choux pastry consisting of a small portion of dough sprinkled with pearl sugar. A chouquette can also be dipped in chocolate or covered in chocolate chips.
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- Harlé, Eva. Pains et Viennoiseries (in French). Hachette Pratique. p. 138. ISBN 9782014600407. Retrieved 1 October 2016.
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