These cookies are great because they taste great but they're also light, so a couple with your evening tea won't ruin your dinner or diet!
The cookies are delectably sweet; delicate and not overpowering. The sea salt pairs brilliantly with the sweetness; it gives the perfect contrast between salty and sweet.
These are great for a snack, with coffee or tea; you can’t go wrong with these!
Super addictive -- the sea salt adds just the right twinge of contrast to a subtly sweet biscuit.
Madeleines are one of the most traditional French cookies. They are most similar to sponge cakes, but have are firmer in...
Discover Maison Boissier, one of Paris' most famous candy maker with this large tin of Parisian candies. These small citrus candies (lemon, lime and orange) were...
These elegant pink sweets are crispy, lady fingers cookies covered by a thin layer of caster sugar. They date back to the 1690s when bakers...
This traditional French sweet from the South of France is nothing short of amazing. The name "nougat" comes from "nux gatum", meaning...