Everyone who knows me knows that I’m a food lover! I’m particularly addicted to the French Delicacies, it was also the first thing I missed when I arrived in Denmark.
“Pâtisseries” is a French word for bakery items or desserts, you can hear that French sounds much better than bageværk in Danish hihihi.
Through this post, I just want to enlighten you about the most popular French bakery items and give you the envy to taste them!
The first trio that we use to eat for breakfast is composed with Croissant, Pain au chocolat, and Pain aux raisins all made with real butter it goes without saying!
Croissant means half moon, it’s made with pure butter dough, French people enjoy to eat it for breakfast with coffee or tea.
If we mention Croisssant then we also have to talk about the Pain au chocolat, which is also made with butter dough and a dark chocolate in the middle, kids love to eat them after a school day at 4:00 pm with a glass of milk🍶.
and the truss in the sandwich family is the Pain aux raisins that is made of raisins and cream
- We have talked about breakfast, so we will continue with the desserts! My favorite is L’Eclair au chocolat (I love everything with chocolate in fact) It is a “choux” dough filled with chocolate, coffee, pistachio or praline cream and there is a glaze on top. One of the best places where you can enjoy all the possible éclairs in Paris is http://eclairdegenie.com L’eclair de genie 14 rue Pavée 75004 Paris
No one should ever say that French desserts are not healthy! For example, we can name the Tarte Tatin which is made out of apples! (and a ton of butter and sugar hihihi) My favorite place to taste the authentic franks cake is Berthillon: 29-31 Rue Saint-Louis, l’île, 75004 Paris.
The list can be really long because each French region has its own dessert but I would like to finish this post with the famous Macaron.
A macaron is a very crisp and airy biscuit that consists essentially of sugar, almonds and egg white. The best gift from Paris.🎁 The best place to buy the perfect adorable delicacy is La Duree http://www.laduree.com 75 avenue des Champs-Elysées 75008 Paris
There is also a boutique at the Charles de Gaulle Airport✈