French Butter Biscuits (Broyés du Poitou)
These round shortbreads are made with butter from France's Poitou Province. Savor these crispy shortbreads in the morning with coffee, in the afternoon with tea, or in the evening with a fine liqueur. Délicieux!
Product Description: Box contains 12 shortbread cookies in three freshness packs | Weight: 4.23 oz (120 g)
Product Ingredients: Wheat flour, Poitou butter, eggs, sea salt Contains: wheat flour, eggs, milk proteins, raising agents (sodium carbonates, acacia fibers). May contain: traces of soy, peanuts, and nuts
Fun Fact: What is the difference between French and American butter? American butter must contain at least 80% butterfat, while the minimum for French butter is 82%. French butter has a "tangy" flavor, which results from slightly fermenting the cream. The broyé poitevin or broyé du Poitou is an unleavened pastry from the Poitou Province of France and is made with sugar, flour, butter, and eggs.