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10 Foods We've Borrowed From The French

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  • 10 Foods We've Borrowed From France

    10 Foods We've Borrowed From France

    As many Francophiles already know, French food is the optimal choice for sweet treats and luxe cravings. 

    Whether you're celebrating Bastille Day or just wanting to drool over yummy french food, check out these yummy and delicious contributions from the Gaul state. Bon appétit!

  • Quiche

    Quiche

    A brunch staple on the streets of America, quiche can be prepared hot or cold and comes in a variety of flavors. Learn to make a cheesy, asparagus ham quiche here

  • Creme Brûlée

    Creme Brûlée

    Translated into "burnt cream", only the French could make something torched so delicious. Check out this recipe for a creme brûlée with candied peaches - it's a must try!

  • Fondue

    Fondue

    Who isn't ever in the mood for the gooey goodness that is fondue? Made either from chocolate or cheese, the art of fondue is all about the delivery. For those fondue lovers out there, here is a beer cheese recipe that is très bien. 

  • Parfait

    Parfait

    Although in America we adapt ours with yogurt, a real parfait is a frozen dessert made from cream, sugar and egg. For those who want a healthier parfait experience, check out this yummy version

  • Crepes

    Crepes

    These thin pancakes can be stuffed with fruit and cream for something sweet or with veggies and meat for savory, letting foodies everywhere eat crepes all day long. Learn to make chocolate raspberry crepes here - délicieux! 

  • Croissants

    Croissants

    An American bread staple, the soft and flakey consistency of croissants are hard to pass up. Check this recipe for yummy lemon cream cream cheese croissants.  

  • Foie Gras

    Foie Gras

    The luxury dinner item of foie gras has pleased American bellies for years. It is made from the liver of a duck or goose and can be prepared hot or cold. Find out how to make your own luxurious dish here

  • Napoleon

    Napoleon

    Also known as a Mille-Feullie, this flaky and layered cake is made from layers of puff pastry and cream. It is topped off with glazed icing that gives it that unique look. Learn to make your own Napoleon here

  • Macarons

    Macarons

    These yummy meringue and jam biscuits look almost too good to eat... almost. Learn how to make these pretty snack sized desserts here

  • Souffles

    Souffles

    The stereotype is true - France makes the best desserts! This lightly baked cake is famous for it's soft, puffy texture. For those yearning to make a yummy soufflé, here is a beautiful raspberry rose recipe

     

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