Biscuiterie La Trinitaine pure butter Breton palets are golden, buttery biscuits with a crisp finish. Rich with caramel and a little salt, these sweet biscuits make a wonderful nibble to serve with coffee, transporting you to French boulangeries. The name palet comes from the game played in Brittany ‘jeu de palets’ which uses puck-shaped pieces.
Based in Brittany, Biscuiterie La Trinitaine was founded in 1955, and has been making traditional Breton biscuits and cakes for over 50 years. Pairing salt with sweet flavours might seem like a modern approach, but La Trinitaine has been using salted butter in all their products as a preservation technique since the start, and this tradition lives on today.
Ingredients: Wheat flour, sugar, pastry butter 20.4%, whole eggs, raising agents (disodium diphosphate, sodium hydrogen carbonate), salt, caramel.
Allergy advice: For allergens, see ingredients listed in bold. May contain traces of soya.
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