crunchy caramelized almonds rolled flat and dipped in 75% extra-bitter chocolate.
Fleur De Sel
salted caramel with a dusting of fleur de sel on the bottom.
two complementary layers, grand marnier and orange praline crisp, in a cameo mold.
istachio and almond paste meld together.
Chartreuse Macaron Gift Box
this sturdy brown and chartreuse box contains 14 macarons. a delectable gift, $32.
Fleur De Sel Macaron
french sea salt studded macaron filled with salted caramel butter cream.
Cassis Violet Macaron
filled with black current and violet butter cream.
filled with raspberry butter cream.
Chocolate Cinnamon Macaron
cinnamon macaron filled with chocolate caramel ganache.
Passion Fruit Macaron
filled with passion fruit butter cream.
filled with blueberry butter cream.
Coconut Rum Macaron
coconut studded macaron filled with rum butter cream.
filled with rose butter cream.
Tawny Port Macaron
filled with taylor fladgate 10yr tawny port butter cream.
you have to see it to appreciate the name! fresh fruit piled high and decoratively atop a mound of pastry cream and buttery tart shell. wear it like the performer or eat it like the rest of us you decide.
rich and creamy caramel mousse, salted almonds, dense chocolate almond cake, and more caramel...shazam.
almond cake studded with raspberries and pistachios surrounds a raspberry mousse with pistachio cake and kirsch...no wonder this famous can can dancer was one of toulouse lautrecs favorite entertainers.
winner of the patis france chocolate competition! orange vanilla creme brulee sits atop a glazed chocolate mousse with caramelized hazelnuts, praline crisp, and cointreau genoise.
one could find this gateau in 1840 in france. 171 years later you can find it in portland. puff pastry, caramelized cream puffs, grand marnier pastry cream and vanilla bean creme chantilly wee wee.
put up your paper umbrellas and indulge in this mango/passionfruit mousse with coconut meringue and almond cake decor.
Cheryl Wakerhauser (a.k.a. Pix), is known for her eccentric and distinctive style that intertwines flavors and textures. After a short-lived career studying to be an astronaut, Cheryl trained at the pâtisserie of MOF Philippe Urraca in Southern France. In 2001 she moved to Portland and set up shop at the Portland Farmers Market. The next year, the first Pix Pâtisserie opened its doors, bringing European flare and edible art to Portland with an assortment of elegant pastries and handmade chocolates. To complement each delectable masterpiece, Pix Pâtisserie serves an array of dessert wines, Belgian beers, and fine spirits. Each location serves our signature pastries but with each shop having its own personality