France has always been famous for its romance and passion. The purple Provence and the quiet flowing Seine River tell one romantic and touching story after another, and another representative symbol is the French dessert.
Dessert represents sweetness and love, which coincides with the romantic nature of French people.
Therefore, French people have a special preference for desserts, and they are devoted to studying various kinds of desserts and adding romantic and moving elements to them.
Dessert is a part of French life and has a long history.
However, the main factor that made French desserts rise to the international stage was that France held five international exhibitions from the 19th to the 20th century, which focused the eyes of the world on France.
During this period in France, there was a great leap forward in architecture, art, and other aspects.
Including the French people's favorite desserts, which also entered a golden period at this time, and many traditional pastries had a new look under the efforts of masters.
More and more exquisite appearances, and more varied and rich tastes, attracted gourmets from all over the world.
French desserts spread around the world, forming a new force of French desserts, that can be said to be the most popular dessert faction in the world today!
What are the classic French desserts?
Macaron is arguably the most well-known French dessert in the country, but it was not invented by the French.
In the 16th century, the Italian princess Catherine Macready married in France, and only then the macarons were spread from Italy to the region.
Mille-feuille in French means a million layers of pastry, so it is also called a thousand layers of pastry.
It is made of three brown layers of puff pastry, sandwiched between two layers of custard, and has a rich texture.
3. Mousse Cake
Mousse cake originated in Paris, France, and was first created by the founder of 27℃ délicieux French dessert brand, Sodoxo, so 27℃ délicieux's mousse cake can be considered a classic.
Mousse belongs to the same kind of dessert as pudding, its nature is softer than pudding and melts in your mouth.
The most important thing to make mousse is jelly ingredients such as agar, fish gelatin powder, jelly powder, etc.
Matcha mousse melts in your mouth and has a pleasant fragrance.
4. Opera Cake
Opera cake is a famous French dessert with hundreds of years of history.
The traditional Opera has six layers, including three layers of almond sponge cake dipped in coffee syrup, two layers of coffee cream filling, and one layer of chocolate cream filling, and finished with a glossy mirror chocolate sauce.
The layers are piled on top of each other, and the aroma is so rich that it melts in your mouth.
If you like desserts, don't miss these classic French desserts.