Petits Sablés with salted caramel chips - La Sablésienne - Brittany, France


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A crumbly, crunchy sablé biscuit with caramel chips and a hint of salt from Guérande (PGI label).

In 1962 Georges Justier, a baker, decided to set up a biscuit factory in Sablé-sur-Sarthe, on the border with Brittany. This became the ancestor of the Sablésienne.
By building this biscuit factory, he proudly perpetuated the legacy of the bakers from Sablé, who have handed down the historic pure butter recipe from one generation to the next since the 17th Century. The Petit sablé has become emblematic of the town it is named after. The Marquise de Sablé was its ambassador at the Royal Court in the 17th Century.
La Sablésienne has succeeded in perpetuating artisan methods while preserving the authenticity of this famous biscuit whose taste and crunchiness is second to none. A real pleasure for gourmets of all ages.
Wheat flour, fresh butter 20.9%, sugar, salted butter caramel chips 5% (sugar, glucose syrup, milk, butter 10%, Guérande salt 0.3%), natural flavour, eggs, salt, skimmed milk powder, raising agent: sodium bicarbonate. Contains gluten, egg and milk. Manufactured in a factory using other cereals containing gluten, sesame, soya and nuts.