Sablé Breton

Get ready to experience the irresistible crunch and rich buttery flavor of classic Sablé Breton cookies, also known as galette St Michel. Originating from Sablé-sur-Sarthe in 1670, these cookies are a true French delicacy with a sandy texture that will leave you craving for more. With a high proportion of butter and egg yolks, these cookies are thick, crisp, and crumbly, making them the perfect treat for any occasion. The distinctive crosshatch markings on top add a touch of elegance to their appearance. Sablé Breton is a versatile delight, often used as a base for desserts.

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