Dessert déjà vu

Dessert déjà vu

From petit fours to parfaits, many of today’s popular supermarket bakery dessert offerings are classic European favorites

For many retailers, the newest dessert options beyond cakes and pies are recreations of international or ethnic classics made popular again through high-quality ingredients and craftsmanship.

“In our area, we are seeing an increase in high-end pastry items like macarons, petit fours and products made by real people with real and quality ingredients,” said Nikki Chapman, lead pastry chef at Harmons Grocery, West Valley, Utah.

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