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!

 

  • Petits Financiers

Small French cake, the financier is light and moist, similar to sponge cake, and contains almond flour, crushed. The name financier is said to derive from the traditional rectangular mold, which resembles a bar of gold.

  •  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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