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Photos by Jacqueline Glosniak/22nd Century Media Gerhard’s passion fruit mousse ($7.50) is a sweet and tart dessert made with dark chocolate mousse, a feuilletine base imported from France and mixed with pralines.
Chocolate marjolaine ($7.50) is one of the bakery’s most popular desserts, consisting of chocolate meringue filled with white chocolate and topped with a crunchy chocolate garnish served with raspberries. The treat is also gluten-free.
The berry tiramisu ($7.50) is beautifully crafted with Galbarni mascarpone (a high-quality cheese from Italy), vanilla genoise and roulade filled with blueberries and raspberries.
Croissants ($3.73 each), which are made fresh daily, are light and fluffy and made by three rounds of butter folding.
Gerhard’s offers an array of breakfast bakery items, including Danishes, croissants, bagels and muffins.
Sarah Haider, Assistant Editor
2:33 pm CST February 7, 2017
Twenty-two years ago, when Mary Greub decided to open Gerhard’s Elegant European Desserts with her then-fiance, she had no idea she would end up finding the love of her life.