Ask a French sweet-lover to give you her top three biscuits and she will likely name Paille d'Or (litterally, golden straw). These crispy and delicate raspberry filled wafers are perfect for afternoon tea or to accompany ice cream and fruit salads.
The origin of LU dates back to the marriage of Monsieur Lefebvre, a baker and Mademoiselle Utile in 1850 in the seaside town of Nantes. The couple started baking cookies and labeled each package with their initials, LU. Today LU is the most popular producer of cookies and biscuits in France.
170 grams / 5 oz
Ingredients: glucose fructose syrup, raspberries, wheat flour, red currant juice, lactose and milk proteins, vegetable fat, powdered egg yolks, soya lecithin, raising agent, dried yeast
Posted by Unknown on 14th Jul 2016
These are a very lite cookie with just a hint of raspberry.
Posted by Unknown on 13th Aug 2014
or in France
Posted by CoCo on 14th Oct 2009
my grandmother shipped these from France when I was a child...each time someone is traveling to France I ask them to bring these back to me...they are wonderful with a cup of tisane