Croquembouche

A croquembouche or croque-en-bouche is a French dessert consisting of choux pastry balls piled into a cone and bound with threads of caramel. In Italy and France, it is often served at weddings, baptisms, and first communions. ==Name== The name comes from the French phrase croque en bouche `(something that) crunches in the mouth`. ==Presentation.....
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croquembouche

(kroh-kum-boosh) – (French) The word can also be written croque-en-bouche. It derives from the French word croquer meaning to "munch or crunch" or "crisp-in-the-mouth." The term applies to foods that are glazed with sugar. A croquembouche consists of balls of baked choux pastry (called profiteroles and cream puffs) ...
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Croquembouche

A grand dessert made up of cream puffs that are dipped in caramel and assembled into a large pyramid shape. The whole dessert is then brushed with more caramel and elaborately decorated.
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Croquembouche

choux pastry rounds filled with cream and coated with a sugar glaze, often served in a conical tower at special events.
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