Imagination, creativity and chocolate. These are the best Easter Eggs for 2021!
It is this time of the year when the most famous and talented pastry chefs draw inspiration from the Easter traditions in order to create masterpieces made of chocolate!
Below a list of the best easter eggs 2021
The hotel’s Pastry Chef Maxence Barbot draws inspiration from a beloved spice and creates the Vanilla Egg.
The Chocolate Henhouse of Evok Group
The Nolinski Creation: A chocolate “poule” made of dark Brazilian chocolate, filled with hazelnut praline. In its middle, there is an egg covered in gold leaf.
Yann Brys’ creation for Brach is made of dark Peruvian chocolate and is decorated with colored tiles made of almond praline, pistachio praline and raspberry fruit paste.
The Sinner hen has a punk haircut! Made of milk chocolate from the Dominican Republic.
For Cour des Vosges, Yann Brys created an elegant hen made of milk chocolate from Madagascar.
Four Seasons Paris George V
Hotel de Crillon
Every detail sublimates the Easter creation of the luxury hotel’s Pastry Chef Matthieu Carlin, an all-chocolate egg from which the famous D.S, the Palace’s iconic car, seems to emerge. Within it, chocolate truffle and little praline eggs are delicately laid out.
Hotel d’Angleterre, Copenhagen
Have you ever tried Cédric Grolet’s famous hazelnut dessert? This year he reinvents the classic to create a delectable Easter egg. Crack the chocolate and gold-dusted shell to reveal a soft layer of chocolate ganache and hazelnut praline. Once open, whole hazelnuts tumble out.
Ritz Paris Easter Collection
The Head Pastry Chef at the Ritz Paris, Francois Perret has dreamed up five very gourmet chocolate eggs to suit every palate! Each meringue shell is crispy, light, and generous. Inside, the egg reveals a delicious filling in milk, white or dark chocolate, a flavorsome marshmallow heart, and occasionally slivers of torrefied nuts.
Four Seasons Geneva
An extravagant creation made of chocolate Du Rhone!