A Collection of Croquembouches

 

Inspired by a conversation with one of my lovely followers on Facebook, I’ve put together a small collection of photos to show you some of the croquembouches I have made in recent times. Thank you to Linda for the inspiration!

 

Croquembouches are an eye-catching, traditional French dessert. Towers are built from profiteroles filled with cream or continental custard, and drizzled with chocolate or spun toffee…my mouth is watering just thinking about it!

 

Mini Croquembouches: Perfect for a small celebration, or as individual centrepieces at a party to serve double-duty as dessert!

 

The smallest towers I have made were constructed from 30 profiteroles or ‘puffs’. In building my tallest tower to date, I used 110 profiteroles.

 

Wedding, engagement & birthday croquembouche towers | Bonnie's Cakes & Kandies, Gympie.

A croquembouche makes a nice alternative to cake for weddings, engagements & birthdays.

 

My favourite croquembouche (not pictured) that I have made was for a wedding in Gympie. Frangipani flowers were incorporated into the tower, which was drizzled with white chocolate. Yum!

 

I hope you’ve enjoyed this collection of croquembouches!

 

Thanks again, Linda!

 

 

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