The crêpe dentelles was born in 1886 in Quimper by accident. Forgotten in the hot skillet, the crêpe was too burned to be eaten. But at the time, nothing was to be thrown out—that was a waste! The cook, Marie-Catherine Cornic, had an idea for how to save it. She rolled up the burnt crêpe, and froze it. When she determined the crêpe was frozen enough, she removed it from the cold to find that it had become crispy, light, and fantastically different from the crêpes we usually eat. This particular crêpe dentelle is filled with milk chocolate.
There’s also a dark chocolate version and a plain version of the crêpes dentelles Gavottes, which are all available for purchase in the Membership List.
These crêpes contain no artificial coloring or preservatives, and no palm oil or genetically modified organisms.
Product of France
Net weight: 3.2oz (90g)