LES PETITS GÂTEAUX

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Have a look at them and choose how many you want. Try them here with a hot drink, or take them away to visit your Mom, your kids, or for a “best friend”.
In the highly unlikely case when you will have left overs, store the biscuits in a metal box and in a dry place… you will be able to enjoy them for a couple of extra days.
Be a friend of our planet: Come back with your box for a refill!

 

  •  Madeleines

You will love these traditional small cakes from Commercy and Liverdun (two cities located in the Lorraine region in Northeastern France. Madeleines have this a distinctive shell-like shape acquired from being baked in pans with shell-shaped depressions. We use lemon zest, for a refined lemony taste.

  •  Jam Shortbread / Sablés à la confiture

Our shortbread biscuit sandwich filled with locally produced jam, finds its origins in Caen (Normandy). The French word « sable » means « sand », which is the term French bakers use when the English use the term « breadcrumbs », as you rub the cold butter, flour and sugar together at the start of the recipe to make texture like breadcrumbs (or sand) before adding the egg.

  •  Chocolate Shortbread / Sablés au chocolat

Our shortbread biscuit sandwich filled with chocolate or Nutella, finds its origins in Caen (Normandy). The French wordd « sable » means « sand », which is the term French bakers use when the English use the term « breadcrumbs », as you rub the cold butter, flour and sugar together at the start of the recipe to make texture like breadcrumbs (or sand) before adding the egg.

  •  Chouquettes

Light, tasty, just the perfect small portion of choux pastry sprinkled with pearl sugar.

  •  Diamants

Diamonds.. round shape, crumbly texture. Granulated sugar for the sprinkles.. it will melt in your mouth…

  •  … and more

Chocolate chip cookies, ‘French cookies’, and seasonal offers  : ask our staff !

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