French Butter Shortbreads, Chocolate Chips
1670 - Marquise de Sablé, 3.53 oz (100 g)
Which cookie pairs best with a Mariage Frères tea? A buttery French sablé, of course. Made with French butter, these crumbly cookies with chocolate chips melt in your mouth. Délicieux!
Product Description: The colorful box—sealed with a kiss—contains 4 packs of four round cookies | Weight: 3.53 oz (100 g)
Product Ingredients: wheat flour, butter, sugar, chocolate chips, eggs, salt, skim milk powder, sodium bicarbonate, starch Contains: wheat, butter, eggs, soy lecithin, milk May contain: gluten, soy, sesame, tree nuts
Fun Fact: The French word sablé means "sandy texture" and is a classic Breton butter cookie characterized by its breadcrumb texture. The sablé recipe was invented by the steward of Prince Condé in 1670 for a soirée and named in honor of the Marquise de Sablé, who attended the party.