This is one of my favorite custom cakes. The client asked for something delicious and spooky for their Halloween party. I went a little crazy with the modeling chocolate, but it was fun to attempt a realistic bones, especially in the hands. The crispy peanut butter eyeballs take it over the top!
We transform our super yummy mallo puffs into fuzzy tarantulas. It takes a few steps, make the mallos, pipe the legs, spray with chocolate for the velvety texture, then add the eyes, but they are worth the effort!
Speaking of eyeballs...
These are handy when carving a jack-o-lantern! Yeah, that's a bottle of Bushmills photo bombing my pumpkin pic. Happy Halloween!
Cream puffs, filled with light vanilla mousse and coated with caramelized sugar, carefully stacked into a towering cone. What's not to like? I've made several croquembouches over the years, but recently, I've noticed a significant increase in requests for all sorts of events from weddings to baby showers.
They can be contemporary, such as this tower filled with raspberry and rose mousse.