This rich custard dessert topped with a layer of caramelized sugar is a staple in French cuisine. The contrast between the creamy custard and the crisp caramelized sugar on top makes it irresistible.
These colorful, light, and airy meringue-based cookies sandwiched together with ganache, buttercream, or jam come in various flavors and are visually appealing.
Originating from the Loire Valley, this upside-down caramelized apple tart is a delight. The apples are caramelized in butter and sugar before the pastry is laid on top and baked.
Small choux pastry balls filled with sweet cream, custard, or ice cream, and often drizzled with chocolate sauce, making for a delightful and indulgent treat.
Long, thin pastries filled with cream and topped with icing, often chocolate. They come in various flavors and are both visually appealing and delicious.
Also known as a Napoleon, this pastry consists of layers of puff pastry alternating with layers of pastry cream. It's usually topped with icing or powdered sugar.
Small, shell-shaped sponge cakes with a distinct hump on one side. They have a buttery, slightly lemony taste and are perfect with tea or coffee.
Similar to a custard or pudding, this dessert is made with eggs, cream, milk, and sugar, and it's typically flavored with chocolate or vanilla. It's cooked in a water bath and chilled before serving.