French Treats

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France wouldn’t be France without its boulangeries and pâtisseries. Bakers are probably the most-loved artisans and everyone love their treats, from simple buttery croissants and pains au chocolat to elaborate cakes.

I am not a huge fan of cream but I love anything bread based, like viennoiseries. My drug? Pains aux raisins, sablés aux pommes and anything with some chocolate in it.

I noticed that two North American pastries are very trendy in France right now: muffins and donuts. Almost every bakery chain sell them and this is the first time ever I see them in France!

Macarons are still popular but they are expensive. I haven’t seen any cupcakes in Nantes, although they were featured in a few magazines.

You can see the complete set of pictures of France here.

Nantes Cookies

Nantes Cookies

LU Cookies

LU Cookies

French Macarons

French Macarons

Chocolate

Chocolate

Chocolate

Chocolate

Macarons

Macarons

Macarons

Macarons

Macarons

Macarons

Chocolate

Chocolate

French Cakes

French Cakes

French Cakes

French Cakes

French Cakes

French Cakes

French Cakes

French Cakes

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7 Comments

  1. Wow, 3 Euros pour les petits chocolats/biscuits??!! C’est pas donné! Quoi qu’il en soit ça a l’air super bon et je tomberais bien dans les macarons! 😉

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