Tuesday, August 9, 2011

Ladurée Profiteroles



I was inspired by Ladurée to make some tall and elegant profiterole towers for a dramatic display in a patisserie window. I was politely informed by a French girl that the French don't call these profiteroles, as these are actually called 'pièce montée'. Very similar to profiteroles though, so I still refer to them as profiteroles so as not to confuse my English and American shoppers!

These each take me an entire day to make. One inch scale (as usual) miniatures. Available at my online shop at an introductory price of $220 each. Usually $250.

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This one is the Ladurée Spring Profiteroles. A tower of individually handmade pastries carefully finished with icing in pink, green and white. Topped with a Ladurée label and white silk bow.





This one is the Ladurée Halloween Profiteroles. A tower of individually handmade pastries carefully finished with icing in chocolate, orange and purple. Topped with a Ladurée label and black silk bow. Part of my Halloween 2011 Range.

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2 comments:

  1. Had to leave a note-- your creations are absolutely beautiful!

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