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To celebrate nuptials à la française, a delicate pile of cream-filled profiteroles is wrapped in a web of spun sugar.
Courtesy of The Dainty Baker


Piled high with cream-filled puff pastries, called profiteroles, fashioned in a tall cone-like configuration, leave it to the French to create a gourmet wedding dessert that looks as stylish as it is sweet. Called a croquembouche, the pastries are then held in place by a web of spun sugar, or hardened caramel, drizzled on the outside of the stacks and stacks of profiteroles.

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