Marzipan Figure, Tuille, Biscotti, Croissant, Hazlenut Cookies, and Eclairs

My marzipan bear without the eyes. This could be placed on a cake or centerpiece to add a nice edible aspect to it. This was a lot of fun to play around with and it opens up so many doors for decoration.

Passion fruit tuille batter. Mostly these are used for decoration.

Biscotti with cranberries and hazelnuts, some with chocolate drizzle and some with chocolate and pistachio.

Croissants for our test.

Practice piped flower.

Piped cookies with a hazelnut paste in the middle.

The ends are dipped in chocolate for a wonderful tasting snack!

Eclairs.

We filled them with a coffee flavored pastry cream and dipped then in a silky ganache.

Until next time, Happy Baking!

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One Response to Marzipan Figure, Tuille, Biscotti, Croissant, Hazlenut Cookies, and Eclairs

  1. Jehan says:

    Hey. I really liked the piped cookies with hazelnut spread. I am attending a baking competition at the end of april and in the cookie portion of the competition, the cookie has to be piped. Your cookie is exactly what i would need to win the competition. So if you dont mind me asking, i would like to borrow your cookie recipe. If it is not a problem with you. Or if you could recommend another recipe similar to yours. Thanks

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