Brittany "Galettes & Palets" Gift Box (Retro Kids) by La Trinitaine - 300g
Brittany galettes and palets are best paired with a good tea or coffee, or just as a quick snack. But it can also be used as a base (once crumbled) for numerous pastry like tarts, cheesecakes or even tiramisus. Or simply put a vanilla ice cream ball on the top and pour some caramel on the top for a tasty result.
|Ingredients||[Galette] wheat flour, sugar, pastry butter (22%), whole eggs, salt, caramel (sugar, glucose-fructose syrup, water), baking powders (disodium diphosphate, sodium bicarbonate)
[Palet] wheat flour, sugar, pastry butter (20%), whole eggs, baking powders (disodium diphosphate, sodium bicarbonate), salt, caramel (sugar, glucose-fructose syrup, water)
|Preservation||to be stored in a cool and dry place, away from light. After opening, products will be best consumed within 1 to 3 months|
|Allergens||Wheat, Egg, Milk (may contain traces of Soy)|
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In 1955, in a modest of a small village named La Trinité-sur-Mer in the Heart of Bretagne region, Lucien Petit created a new biscuit recipe : a thin rolled biscuit in the shape of a cigarette, made with pure butter. The success of this product led the whole family into a challenging yet rewarding adventure: the creation of La Trinitaine biscuit factory.
The family run business then expanded, through three generations of passionate and hard workers, to become one of the most iconic Brittany brand, with a well established shops network in France and a prestigious name of its own.
The story of La Trinitaine, revolves around a family, a location, and a specific area of expertise: that of traditional biscuit-making. Passed down through the generations, this expertise draws on original recipes, accompanied by a daring, open-minded approach to ensure continued innovation and the development of new products.