Croquembouche

Croquembouche

Croque-en-bouche

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Encyclopedia of Food and Cookery

The French croque-en-bouche translated means ‘crunch and crumble in the mouth’. Croquembouche is usually made with little choux puffs filled with cream, toffee-glazed and arranged in a pyramid shape on a circular base. When the pyramid is decorated with spun sugar and crystallised fruit or flowers, it becomes a traditional French wedding cake. Other croquembouche can be made with tiny, crisp meringues filled with cream, or even with orange segments, dipped in sugar syrup, resting on a base of pastry.

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