At first I thought this looked like the world's fanciest doorstop or something but then I started drooling and realized that my brain knew it was awesome food so why couldn't the rest of me figure it out? The only way to eat such a fancy dessert is in the tiniest nibbles possible. You have to be careful not to compromise the structural integrity of the stack.
The one super ridiculous indulgence I allowed myself on my recent trip to Paris was a visit to Ladurée on the Champs-Élysées. It's spendy and extravagant and silly but how can I, in good conscience, run this site about cute foods and not eat at the mecca of cute food-dom? I only had a few macarons, and they were exquisite! I wish I could have packed my suitcase full of pink meringue goodies like this one but it wasn't to be.
Finger jello is super fun even when it's only one color and just hanging out by itself. Taking the extra time to layer a whole bunch of colors in there takes it to a whole new level of snack innovation. I wonder how it tastes with all those flavors in one mouthful? Like a rainbow of fruit?
Have you ever seen a cannoli so wee or so precious? I can get full heartedly behind this trend of micro desserts. Usually I only want one or two bites of a dessert and this way you can try a whole bunch of different nibbles and not feel all guilty about it.