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Curls and Shavings


Chocolate curls and shavings are the classic decor, great for garnishing cakes, cupcakes, mousse, pies, ice cream or gelato, and more. Available in mini curls, mega curls, and shavings, we have just what you need to add that perfect finishing touch!

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Decadent Chocolate Curls

Envision chocolate curls in nearly every size and color of the rainbow. Our curled chocolate shavings are a great option for home bakers and professional chefs alike.

We offer a variety of types of chocolate curls, including:

White chocolate
Dark chocolate
Seasonal colored chocolate
Mini and mega styles

Traditional chocolate curls make for great rustic decorative elements. And our colorful curls make for a vibrant take on smooth white chocolate. Use our chocolate curls as a topping on a birthday or shower cake or employ them as a delicate element to a cupcake or eclair.

Whatever you choose, our delicate shaved chocolate curls are both classic and versatile for embellishing your favorite pastry and baking creations.

Divine Chocolate Shavings

Our chocolate shavings come in a variety of styles and colors to add the perfect finishing touch to your items.You can find both spaghetti and ribbon style chocolate shaving options at The Pastry Depot.

Shavings make for a delightful rustic finish on cakes and pies. Consider them whenever you want to add elegance and delicious texture to your creation. With chocolate shavings from the Pastry Depot, your finished product will be as beautiful as it is delectable.

More to Discover

If you enjoy our chocolate curls and shavings, The Pastry Depot has even more products to love. We carry a wide range of pastry decor. Or consider our full line of high-quality chocolate products, including couverture milk chocolate, cocoa powder, batons, and more.

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