How do you improve an almond praline? Dip it in dark chocolate! The Francois Doucet Provence chocolate pralines are made using a centuries-old recipe, and are finished with a delicate layer of melted chocolate before being dusted in cocoa powder. They’re a wonderful treat to enjoy after dinner, or a great gift to take to a host, or give to anyone with a sweet tooth.
Francois Doucet is a French confectionery company which has been making exceptional pralines, jellies and chocolate treats for over 50 years. They are inspired by Provencal flavours and make their confections using nuts and fruits from Provence. The star of the show is Francois Doucet’s almond praline, which uses a recipe that is over three centuries old.
Ingredients: Dark chocolate 48% (cocoa mass, sugar, cocoa butter, emulsifier: soy lecithin, natural flavour of vanilla), almonds 32%, sugar, cocoa powder 2%, coating agent: acacia gum, natural flavour of Bourbon vanilla, southern seasonings. May contain hazelnuts, pecan, gluten, milk, eggs, sesame, sulphur dioxide. Allergens listed in bold.
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