Not just for weddings! Macaron towers (or macaron pyramids) are beautiful for christenings and showers too. This tower holds 75 macarons and is made up with lemon curd, blackberry confiture, vanilla butter cream and green tea with white chocolate macarons.
Les Petits Bisous introduces the Dark Chocolate with just a sprinkle of Sea Salt macaron - Beautiful!
Our limited edition Holiday macaron is filled with dark belgian chocolate and organic candied ginger. I've succumbed to the gold macaron trend here for the holiday season...mes en France m'en pardonnent, j'espere!
Les Petits Bisous is teaming up with La Cakerie to create macaron decorated wedding cakes! Macaron offer an elegant gluten free option for guests and a chic addition to any cake.
I love Marscapone! Its' fresh taste and velvety texture make it perfect for filling macaron ... the possibilities are endless. I've filled these with peach confiture, the pure goodness of peaches and cane sugar, folded into fresh marscapone cream. Yes, they are that delicious!
Les Petits Bisous has added a new flavor to our permanent collection! A black tea infused macaron filled with a ganache of pure white chocolate and fine black tea. We're using Simpson & Vail fine teas, which we also sell in the shop. I love this macaron, the tea's deep flavor blends perfectly with the smooth white chocolate - one macaron and you feel like you have definitely treated yourself to something special.
Macarons, on a pyramid, on a tray or on a cake, are so perfect for adding that elegant touch to a party! This Pyramid is for 100 people.
How many macaron can fit on a plate? A lot! Here's a dinner plate size tray with 48 macaron. A wonderful addition to any dessert table, and an exceptional dessert on their own for your home entertaining!
Wanda has lived and worked overseas since 1993 and was based in Paris, France for the last six years before returning to the US in 2011. Les Petits Bisous is a labor of love and a way to share one of her favorite Parisian delicacies with her new neighbors in Havre de Grace, Maryland.