Croquembouche

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Croquembouche. Get inspired and try out new things.
Croquembouche recipe and instructions (French Cream Puff Tower) held together with caramel and wrapped in spun sugar. Pasta, Brunch, Pastries, Croquembouche, Cooking, Croquembouche Recipe, French Food, Pastry, Cream Puffs

<p>Popular in France for weddings and other festive occasions, a croquembouche—a dramatic tower of cream puffs that are stuffed with pastry cream, held together with caramel and wrapped in spun sugar—also makes a showstopping centerpiece for your holiday table. And, although the recipe may seem complex, the cream puffs can be made up to a few weeks in advance and stored in the freezer, and the pastry cream can be made up to 3 days in advance. However, you should assemble the dessert no more…

Avatar
Erica Silva Costa
Kirsten Tibballs on Instagram: "Introducing my Croquembouche, a tower of sheer delight – available now on @savourschool online classes. Irresistibly puffed choux pastry filled with two luscious creme pâtissier flavors: zesty orange liqueur and decadent dark chocolate. Each choux is then dipped into toffee, for that extra layer of indulgence, and then assembled into a wonderous tower, finished with a golden swirl of spun sugar. Want to learn how to make my croquembouche? Head over to the li Natal, Ideas, Yemek, Natale, Eten, Yum, Kerst, Kuchen, Cake Decorating

Kirsten Tibballs on Instagram: "Introducing my Croquembouche, a tower of sheer delight – available now on @savourschool online classes. Irresistibly puffed choux pastry filled with two luscious creme pâtissier flavors: zesty orange liqueur and decadent dark chocolate. Each choux is then dipped into toffee, for that extra layer of indulgence, and then assembled into a wonderous tower, finished with a golden swirl of spun sugar. Want to learn how to make my croquembouche? Head over to the li

AvatarK
Katarina Leitnerova
Croquembouche, Profiteroles, Pasta, Tray Bakes, Croquembouche Recipe, Gourmet, Food And Drink, Cone, Koken

Vincent brings us the croquembouche we will be making. It has about 50-60 choux balls on it and is about 30 cms high. Shows us the decorations that we can choose from. There are fresh flowers, tiny choux balls covered with cocoa nibs, crystallised violet, chopped pistachios and pearl sugar. There are also egg shaped silver dragees. I ask if Mr NQN and I can combine our choux balls and make one double that size as I want to test whether I can do it.

AvatarR
Ruth Wiley

Related interests