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.
Or classic, with the traditional almond nougatine and royal icing base. Note the stylized grape leaves, a nod to the wine country theme of this wedding.
The bride, who is French, wrote me this very nice note after the wedding...
Here's a little bit of what went into make this dessert.
12/14/2020 07:28:56 pm
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4/11/2023 10:30:45 pm
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5/1/2023 07:30:51 pm
If you're looking for a unique and show-stopping wedding cake, La Foret Chocolate's croquembouche might just be the next big thing. Made up of cream-filled profiteroles stacked into a tall cone and drizzled with caramel, this French dessert is a stunning alternative to the traditional wedding cake. Their blog post provides a great overview of the history and preparation of the croquembouche, as well as beautiful examples of how it can be styled for a modern wedding.
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