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Best Eclairs in Utah – Taste Off

We decided to put some of the best eclairs in Utah to the test to find out who would be the best of the best, and we have the results! Thanks to everyone that bought the eclairs and then sent in their votes, we can tell you which one is the highest rated in terms of taste, texture, and appearance. (Obviously, all of the most important qualities when it comes to food.)

Before we get to which one is the best, let’s talk about the vendors that provided the eclairs. This is what your place mat should have looked like.

#1 Kneaders – Provo
#2 Schmidts Pastry Cottage
#3 Eclair French Pastry
#4 Carols Pastry Shop
#5 Bowmans Market
#6 BYU Catering

Each eclair was classically made with pâte à choux dough, rich pastry cream, and chocolate ganache frosting. But the best part was that no two eclairs were the same, which made for a delicious taste off.

Enough chit chat, let’s talk about who the real star was. After all of the votes were tallied, the winner with the best taste, texture, and appearance was…..Schmidts Pastry Cottage! Congratulations! Now you know that if you are wanting to try the best eclairs in Utah, all you have to do is head over to Schmidts Pastry Cottage and pick up a dozen or two to share. You definitely won’t regret it!

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By |2020-09-08T15:16:19+00:00September 8, 2020|Taste Off Tuesdays|0 Comments
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