11 large cakes in the style of a French patisserie. Decorative only but can emit a happy emotional aura when enabled.
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Who says you can't have your cake and eat it? You can't eat this though!
Who says you can't have your cake and eat it? You can't eat this though! (3 swatches)
In France, no Christmas was complete without a Bûche de Noël. (3 swatches)
Made with layers of almond sponge cake soaked in coffee syrup, layered with ganache and coffee (or Grand Marnier) buttercream, and covered in a chocolate glaze. (3 swatches)
It’s a really special cake that’s typically a nut meringue (called a dacquoise) layered with buttercream, and has seven beautiful layers.
A yeast cake saturated in syrup made with rum and sometimes filled with whipped cream topped with mixed fruits.
Named for the French patron saint of bakers and pastry chefs, Saint Honoré or Honoratus (d. 600 AD), bishop of Amiens (2 swatches)
The cake traditionally celebrating Epiphany in France. Tradition holds that the cake is “to draw the kings” to the Epiphany. (3 swatches)
Moist macaron pistachio, apricot cremeux, pieces of apricot, vanilla biscuit, bavarian pistachio mousse, glazed pistachio, macaron pistachio
Almond macaron cake, white chocolate mousse and black currant mousse topped with cassis glaze
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