Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Petit Fours!

 For my final quarter project, I have to present an assorted tray of 150 petit fours, 5 types of petite fours (25 of each). Here are some Ideas I've gathered. Let me know which ones you like.




















 






I'm definitely making these Parisian Gerbet Macaroons! They are gonna be pink too!!!





4 comments:

Veronica said...

Wow Marie! All of those look so good it seems like it will be hard to choose. I really like the mini cheesecake ones and mini chocolate moose ( I think that's what they are at least) and I like the ones that are white with pink flowers on top. I'm sure you'll have alot of fun making yours!

Ver

Kaylee Hicks said...

I really like all of them...so darling! Just be sure to make a few extras!! :-) YUM!

Kirks Korner said...

'Petit four. A petit four is a small fancy cake, biscuit, or sweet-such as a piece of marzipan or a crystallized or chocolate covered fruit--typically severed nowadays with coffee at the end of a meal. The term is French in origin. It means literally small oven', and may have come from the practice of cooking tiny cakes and biscuits a petit four, that is in low oven, at low temperature'. It was adopted into English in the late nineteenth century.'. Any will do! Have fun,

April said...

I like the one that's the fourth from the top (or is that the 5th from the top?!?). So many choices. They look scrumptious. If it were me, I would just go nuts and try a bunch of different variations to see which ones turn out the best, but you probably don't have time (let alone ingredients) to do all of that, sooooooo.... My faves are the little pink-brown-and-white with little hearts and dots. 2nd place: the box of nine. 3rd place: the culinary petite fours on the white dish with a fork- simple yet elegant. Go for it, Marie!

Tuesday, May 31, 2011

Petit Fours!

Posted by Marie
 For my final quarter project, I have to present an assorted tray of 150 petit fours, 5 types of petite fours (25 of each). Here are some Ideas I've gathered. Let me know which ones you like.




















 






I'm definitely making these Parisian Gerbet Macaroons! They are gonna be pink too!!!





4 comments on "Petit Fours!"

Veronica on June 1, 2011 at 7:21 AM said...

Wow Marie! All of those look so good it seems like it will be hard to choose. I really like the mini cheesecake ones and mini chocolate moose ( I think that's what they are at least) and I like the ones that are white with pink flowers on top. I'm sure you'll have alot of fun making yours!

Ver

Kaylee Hicks on June 1, 2011 at 8:48 AM said...

I really like all of them...so darling! Just be sure to make a few extras!! :-) YUM!

Kirks Korner on June 1, 2011 at 4:10 PM said...

'Petit four. A petit four is a small fancy cake, biscuit, or sweet-such as a piece of marzipan or a crystallized or chocolate covered fruit--typically severed nowadays with coffee at the end of a meal. The term is French in origin. It means literally small oven', and may have come from the practice of cooking tiny cakes and biscuits a petit four, that is in low oven, at low temperature'. It was adopted into English in the late nineteenth century.'. Any will do! Have fun,

April on June 2, 2011 at 12:26 PM said...

I like the one that's the fourth from the top (or is that the 5th from the top?!?). So many choices. They look scrumptious. If it were me, I would just go nuts and try a bunch of different variations to see which ones turn out the best, but you probably don't have time (let alone ingredients) to do all of that, sooooooo.... My faves are the little pink-brown-and-white with little hearts and dots. 2nd place: the box of nine. 3rd place: the culinary petite fours on the white dish with a fork- simple yet elegant. Go for it, Marie!