Once you have mixed everything together, set it aside. Line your baking sheet with parchment paper.
Fill your piping bag or Ziploc bag with the dough. Pipe out circles (just like how you make a regular cream puff shell) for the body of the swan as well as the head and neck of the swan. Pop it in the oven at 425F for about 12 minutes.
Now it's time to make the chocolate pudding. Just get any regular chocolate pudding that you can find in the supermarket. Add in milk into the chocolate powder as directed on the package.
Whisk it until it is smooth and place it in the refrigerator for about 10 minutes to allow it to set.
Once the cream puff shells have cooled down, split them into half.
Split the top half of the shell again to equal halves.
Place two bottom halves of the cream puff shell on a plate.
Scoop on some chocolate pudding.
Top the chocolate pudding with whipped cream.
Sprinkle on some powdered sugar on the swan heads.
Do the same for the top halves of the cream puff shell.
Once you have done that, carefully stick in the neck of the swan into the chocolate pudding. Place the top half of the cream puff shell on the swan to make it look like wings. There you go! A pair of Chocolate Swan Cream Puffs!
It's really so easy to make. I think that it looks cute too, rite? I tried putting on some chocolate syrup on the plate to make it look like ripples in the water but I think it didn't really work out :P Oh well, with or without the ripples, I still think it's cute!! An easy dessert to make when you want to impress your guests into thinking that you have slaved for hours in the kitchen :D You can basically replace the chocolate pudding with ice cream or any other filling that you like. Try it!