I have to admit, I am giving up trying to find a recipe for the Cream Puffs or Cream Buns as some have called them. After months of research which included speaking with the pastry chef at Anna Olson's Bakery in Port Dalhousie, ON, who took time from her busy schedule to research and give me two recipes when I was in Port Dalhousie this past summer; going to a Pastry class at the Superstore and asking the chef who had no idea; and searching the Internet and having two 'authorities' reply to my request and both sent recipes for the choux pastry. In July I visited my family in my home town in Ontario where the bakery used to be where I bought the cream puffs. My brother told me the owners of the Bake Shop were a Dutch family because he was friends with a son of the owners. So I searched for Cream Puff recipes originating in Holland and I found a recipe for them called Cream Buns. The recipe was in Dutch. I downloaded it and found a Dutch lady in New Brunswick who translated it for me but unfortunately, it was the recipe for a filling of a bun. The last thing I did was try a Mennonite Cream Bun recipe which sounded like it might work, but again nowhere near the ones I have in my memory. They were tasty but they were like bread rolls. I have never been stymied in my search for anything but I believe I will have to put this search to rest and continue to concentrate on my cheesecake and fancy cookie recipes. Thank you to everyone who responded to my request. And, who knows, maybe some day someone will come across the recipe.