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Stunning French Cakes And Macarons By Talented Pastry Chef Océane Dollat

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by Jade Hanley
14th Nov 2017
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French Cakes by Océane is run by French pastry master Océane Dollat. After moving to Dublin in 2016, Océane’s goal was to achieve her dreams of creating elegant cakes and macarons, and she has achieved just that and more!

Océane creates stunning cakes and macaron towers for weddings, birthdays and other special occasions. Her cakes and macarons range from colorful macaron towers to cute favor boxes and delicious dessert tables. You can order any of these beautiful and yummy desserts online on Frenchcakes.ie or by contacting Océane herself.

MACARON TOWERS

Océane is known for creating beautiful macaron towers for weddings, where the couple can choose their own colours to match the theme of their wedding. It’s an easy way to make any wedding unique and an alternative to the traditional wedding cake. The macaron towers can be adapted to your needs and preferences of how many macaron tiers you would like. Ranging from 4-10 tiers and with a choice of different colours and flavours, you can get up to 200 stunning macarons on a single macaron tower for your special day.

FAVOR BOXES

The French macarons can also be used as favor boxes, where you can give your guests macarons in a box of your choosing with an inscription on the shell of the macaron. You can have 2 macarons in each box and this can include the date or initials of the birthday or couples special day. It’s the perfect way to say thank you to each and every one of your guests as they attend your big day.

DESSERT TABLES

French Cakes also offers a French inspired dessert table with bite-sized desserts like mignardises and verrines, which includes flavours ranging from Chocolate mousse and caramel crémeux, White Chocolate mousse and passion fruit crémeux to lemon mousse with pistachio. These small treats make a lovely addition to your macaron tower or dessert table.

You can find more information on Frenchcakes.ie or by calling +353 (0) 834525936

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