What Is a Croquembouche?
A croquembouche is a legendary French dessert. It’s made up of small cream puffs that are glued together with caramel. These puffs are typically centered around a paper or cardboard cone, which gives them the structural stability to stay upright.
Cone-shaped croquembouche is prepared by sticking choux dough together with caramel. It is traditionally served over nougat. It is also served on special occasions and invitations.
What Is The Difference Between Croquembouche and Profiteroles?
Croquembouche consists of cream-filled profiteroles stacked in a cone shape and laced with sugar. Each cream puff is called a profiteroles, while all together they form a "croquembouche".