When the pastry chef of Stanislas Leszczynski, Louis XV ‘s father-in-law, hung up his apron when out hunting one day at Commercy, a young maid saved the day by baking cakes following her grandmother’s recipe. These biscuits were so good that they were named after the young maid, Madeleine.
Eight madeleines in individual sachets so as to retain their freshness.
Produced at Le Dréan biscuit factory in Guégon.
Wheat flour (gluten) 26%, reconstituted concentrated butter (milk) 25% (coloring: beta-carotene), sugar 23%, eggs 21%, leavening agent (wheat starch, disodium diphosphate, sodium bicarbonate), dextrose, salt, vanilla sugar, stabilizer: sorbitol.
Traces of peanuts, soya and nuts.