Epiphany Pastries from Maison Kayser

Galette des Rois

Despite the fact Epiphany passed (it was on January 6th this year), Maison Kayser still has their amazing pastries for this holiday.

The traditional galette des rois (comes in individual sized and family sized, latter shown) is a beautiful, golden brown puff pastry filled with a creamy, delicately almond-y frangipane. A slice of this flaky, subtly sweet pastry is great with a cup of tea or coffee.

Brioche des Rois

The broiche des rois is a ring of egg-y, buttery broiche bread speckled with colorful glace fruit and pearl sugar. What really makes this ring loaf great is the various candied fruit to give the bread and extra punch of flavor while the pearl sugar give it some textural crunch. It’s very good and it’s a great treat any time of the day.

These pastries are available up until the end of January, so go to your nearest Maison Kayser location if you want to try them!

For more photos of this visit, please CLICK HERE for the complete set or see below:

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