And now, the sweets!
Okay, a regular ol’ croissant isn’t exactly a sweet, but I had to include it somewhere. I consumed so many of these for breakfast throughout the street. They were just from random bakeries within a block of our apartment, but they were the best croissants I’ve ever had.
Mmmm, chocolate croissant.
From the famous Berthillon ice cream shop. I had chocolate and salted caramel butter, Sean had chocolate and raspberry. All of the flavors were some of the best ice cream I’ve ever had.
Famous Ladurée macaroons. Salted caramel butter, chocolate, raspberry, and pistachio. A little expensive, but all were delicious.
Pistachio tart topped with raspberries that were glued on with honey. Soooo goooood.
Molten chocolate cake with vanilla ice cream. Okay, it’s not very french, but it was delicious.
Crepe with homemade caramel and vanilla ice cream. It was kind of a hot mess, but soooo good.
That’s all this time. I wish I could have tried more French desserts, but we just didn’t have the room. We were always stuffed from our main meals. I don’t know why people talk about portion sizes being so much bigger in the US…the French portions we got were just as big!