Rose Cookies

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 wanted to make the most out of the heat of their bread oven between batches. They crafted a special dough, which after being baked once, was left in the oven where it finished drying. Hence the origin of the name “bis-cuit”: cooked twice. Originally, the cookie was white, but adding vanilla seeds left brown traces on the biscuit. Someone had the idea of masking this pigmentation with natural red coloring: carmine. This is how these pink cookies were invented and are still being produced today, following the traditional double-baking recipe.

While these cookies taste amazing by themselves, dipping them in Rosé or Champagne is customary and reveals their full flavor.

Create a delicious & stunning dessert in less than 20 minutes of prep time: the Rose Cookie Tiramisu with Raspberries, a delicate twist on the Italian classic. This simple dessert looks gorgeous and will definitely impress your guests!

Size: 175g (6.2 oz)


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rose cookies and orange blossom cookies

love the rose cookies with my tea, it’s like fantastic cake rusk! the orange blossom cookies were meh.

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Love these cookies!

They taste so good!! And I've never seen such pretty French cookies!

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Ingredients

Sugar, wheat flour, eggs, egg whites, coloring: cochineal extract, raising agent, natural vanilla flavor. Made in a facility that processes tree nuts, milk, wheat, mustard, and soy.