Five must-try French Pastries for Halloween
“Trick or Treat?” We all know pastries and sweets are one of the best parts of Halloween. Going to throw a Halloween party but still struggling with what kinds of sweets and pastries to get for? How about trying some French pastries this year? Here are five French pastries you must not missed in Hong Kong.
1. Maison Kayser
Thinking of making a Halloween Pumpkin custom or lantern? How about some Pumpkin pastries? The Seasonal special of Maison Kayser – Pumpkin Ciabatta just perfect for Halloween party.
Founded by Eric Kayser in 1996, Maison Kayser is an authentic artisanal French Baker and having bakery shops in 24 countries in the world. With a wide selection of breads, pastries, baked goods and snacks from the French classics to more exotic creations, check out for more Maison Kayser’s pastries for your party!
Maison Kayser: https://www.maison-kayser.com.hk
Want to add some romantic elements to your Halloween party? Don’t miss out the DALLOYAU X La Perla 65th anniversary lace cake! With the white peach flavored mousse, edible rose lace fondant which is the signature of La Perla and the pearl frosting, this pink dessert will indulge you in a refreshing taste of white peach and sweet pear.
The cross-over with DALLOYAU, the only maison de gastronomie to have served the Palace of Versailles’ royal court since 1682, I am sure the cake would delight all your guests to the party. Don’t miss out their 65th anniversary cake! otherwise you might have to wait for another 65 years :p
Talking about French pastries, Macaron is one of the most popular. For this special festival, of course you need some special Macaron. Macaron Party Favor Box from Sift will be a perfect souvenir for your guests to bring back home.
Having eight shops in Hong Kong, Sift is a truly modern patisserie driven by exclusive passion to bring the most refined, gourmet cupcakes, French pastries, macarons and cookies to their customers.
4. Le Dessert
Le Dessert represents a new French pastry concept in Hong Kong. In French “Dessert” stands both for a type of dish and a moment in time: the end of a generous meal shared with friends, colleagues or family. Try the Strawberry Forest jar dessert from Le Dessert with your friends and family! It has Valrhona Chocolate mousse, strawberry purée and vanilla Chantilly topped with chocolate shavings.
Le Dessert: https://www.ledessert.com