One thing you have to get used to if you’re a pastry artist is that your work will eventually be eaten. In the case of Amaury Guichon’s chocolate piñata, this work of art is about to be demolished with a baseball bat. It took him five days to make it and seconds to smash it to pieces. We hope he shared some with the camera crew.
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Pastry chef Amaury Guichon continues to wow us with his epic chocolate creations. For this build, he created a 3.5-foot-tall sculpture of a robotic arm out of 90 pounds of dark chocolate. Not only does it look awesome, its hinges move, and its gripper has mechanical gears.
You don’t often see a pastry artist standing on top of a ladder to work on a piece. Amaury Guichon shows off his biggest chocolate creation yet – an 8.3-foot-tall sculpture of a giraffe. It looks way too good to eat, but if you forced us to, we’d start with the ears and ossicones and work our way down.
Pastry and chocolate artist Amaury Guichon continues to wow us with his spectacular edible creations. His latest build is a tabletop safe made entirely from chocolate. Its door has a working gear mechanism, a hinged door, and houses a stack of gold bars filled with vanilla sable and vanilla caramel.
No, that’s not a typo. Pastry artist Amaury Guichon created these realistic-looking headphones using a beet sponge cake layered with fresh raspberry mousse, a raspberry and yuzu compote, a red sable, and a raspberry cremeux. They don’t sound as good as Beats headphones, but these taste much better.
Master chocolatier and pastry chef Amaury Guichon is back with another epic edible sculpture. This time, he created a detailed purple dragon that breathes dry ice “smoke” from its mouth. It’s an amazing build, but we couldn’t help but laugh at its phallic looks halfway through the build.
Pastry and chocolate expert Amaury Guichon shows off another of his masterful edible creations. While this may look exactly like a banana, it’s a deliciously-complex gourmet dessert filled with a banana bread sponge, banana caramel, banana mouse, pecan streusel, and coated with crunchy chocolate.
Pastry and confection artist Amaury Guichon shows off yet another amazing edible creation. We had to clean the drool off our keyboard as we watched him build this incredible sculpture of a rocket ship entirely from chocolate. It’s one of several of his works featured on the Netflix series School of Chocolate.
Pastry artist Amaury Guichon continues to wow us with his incredible dessert creations. Watch as he carves up sheets of chocolate, assembles, and decorates them to create a dangerously delicious weapon that looks like a gun from a video game. It really should shoot candy bullets, but we’ll forgive him.
Pastry artist Amaury Guichon never ceases to amaze us with his his edible creations. This time, he made a beautifully detailed and precise replica of a vintage telescope. It sits atop a chocolate tripod stand and is covered with a shiny gold finish. The sugar optics are crystal clear, and its geared tilt mechanism even works.
Every time pastry artist Amaury Guichon creates a dessert, we can’t decide whether to stare at our screen or drool on the keyboard. For this bake, he created a set of tiny edible skateboards, each with a faux wood cookie deck layered with gooey caramel, riding on chocolate wheels, and sparkly “deck tape” decoration on top.
The Statue of Liberty is one of the great symbols of American freedom. Pastry artist Amaury Guichon celebrates this gift from France with an incredible, edible version of Lady Liberty. It’s Amaury’s tallest showpiece to date, measuring 7 feet tall and weighing 115 pounds.
As we’ve witnessed before, pastry chef Amaury Guichon is a true master of chocolate. Watch as he transforms a puddle of chocolate into an intricate sculpture of a mama turtle and her baby, swimming atop a brilliant blue anemone. It took him four days to create this incredible, edible masterpiece.
We have fond childhood memories of creating repetitive geometric patterns using a Spirograph. This compilation video of elegant desserts being embellished by pastry artist Amaury Guichon reminds us of those times, as he show off some masterful piping skills with his delectable, edible treats.