Miss choux patisserie

If there was one amazing (and super delicious) thing to come out of Sydney’s 2021 lockdown, let it be Miss Choux! What first started out as a small project to revive a classic French dessert, quickly turned into something a lot bigger. 

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The two French sisters and Founders of Miss Choux, Juliette and Sienna, struggled to find those delectable European desserts, that they had grown up with. So naturally, they had the idea to create their own version and that’s how Miss Choux was born! 

Both sisters share a dear love for cooking that was passed down from generations of restaurateurs and used this to create their own take on the creamy puff sensation. This had to be done all whilst incorporating modern food trends such as Biscoff and Nutella… Sweet enough for that afternoon treat, if you ask me! Being a Frenchie myself, I can hand on my heart say that these Choux are no joke, and are as toothsome and authentic as the ones you would find in France.

Miss Choux is built around a single choux recipe that has been perfected over generations. Sisters, Juliette and Sienna have produced different flavours and variations of fillings to suit all dessert desires! (By the way, my favourite was the pistachio…)

With a team of two experienced cooks, these talented sisters have worked together to add their own little touch to the company.
With endless support and guidance from family, the dream – Miss Choux – became a reality, bringing fine, French pastries to Sydney.

All divine things such as catering to individual customer orders with various sizes and fillings, to themed functions, parties or just to enjoy at home with a cuppa, Miss Choux does their best to accommodate all!

By now you are probably wondering what their secret recipe is to perfecting their light and crispy choux, don’t worry, so was I! At Miss Choux they work their magic from using only the freshest and finest ingredients. For example, the pistachio choux is made using Pistachios from Bronte, Italy, vanilla beans from Madagascar and Hazelnuts from Piemonte. For all the fruity choux, only fresh fruit that is grown locally in Australia is used, to not only provide their customers with the freshest of produce but to support local farmers as well.

If you are wanting that delicious afternoon treat “par excellence”, or you are a fellow Frenchie missing out on authentic Choux – let Miss Choux be your go-to!

Miss Choux Patisserie
Website misschoux.com.au
Instagram @miss_choux_patisserie