Croquembouche cakes in New York

The name ‘Croquembouche’ comes from the French words ‘croque en bouche’ which loosely translates to ‘crunch in the mouth’. This dessert is very popular nowadays, especially at wedding receptions.

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Croquembouches are made of profiteroles filled with Crème Patissiere and dipped in caramelized sugar that ‘glues’ them together on the cone-shaped tower. Profitroles can also be dipped in white or dark chocolate.

Crème Patissiere comes in various flavors: Vanilla, Praline, Coffee, Pistachio, Caramel, Chocolate, Rum and Pear. You can order a mix of all flavors in one dessert…

Are you wondering where to find Croquembouche in New York with delivery to Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens and other parts of NYC? This traditional French wedding cake can be easily ordered at our cake boutique.

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Profiteroles are crunchy outside and creamy inside. The classic wedding Croquembouche recipe is made with vanilla pastry and decorated with sugared almonds.

All out designer Croquembouche cakes are made from scratch, using unique recipes and all-natural ingredients. Aside from spun sugar, Croquembouche can be decorated with chocolate, candy ribbons, fondant flowers or butterflies.

Looking to add a touch of Parisian glamour to your local wedding celebration? Serve Croquembouche tower instead of a traditional wedding cake with buttercream swirls or fondant flowers.

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Just contact us to let us know you want Croquembouche tower for your French-inspired wedding reception or bridal shower. We will provide a price quote depending on your needs and specifications. Our professional pastry chefs offer exclusive ideas and divine flavors…

You don’t have to limit your imagination to our Croquembouche gallery items. Feel free to design your own Croquembouche cake or ask us to sketch out your unique dessert. You’re welcome to visit us to sample some flavors to help you make the decision!