Stocking stuffers

Looking for inspiration to stuff those stockings? We got your back! Just sample our 20 best stocking stuffers from France and you'll be done in no time.


Our selection features heart-shaped almond macarons in lovely gift boxes, nougat bars, caramels in festive wooden boxes, small jars of exquisite confits, mini jars of Griottines, and a variety of amazing chocolates, of course. All sized to fit in nicely. :)


We have also included a darling selection of small non-food items: scented soaps and candles, sachets of lavandin, magnets, pouches, card holders, key rings, brooches, and bracelets.


Spark joy!

Marianne Prébet

Owner & Gourmand-in-Chief

This month's deals: 20% OFF all Milka holiday specials with coupon code MILKA


Just in: more French favorites

Among the French favorites recently added to our shelves you will find Fortwenger mini stollen, the humorous Mercier chocolate "Camembert", Mademoiselle de Margaux sarments du Médoc (chocolate twigs) in captivating new flavors, Mon Pari Gourmand luscious caramels in darling festive wooden boxes, and Canasuc precious Matin à Paris sugar pieces. This could also be a beautiful stocking stuffer, come to think of it!

If there is a French treat you would like to find on our website, please share your craving with us.


Suggestions for your French agenda

There is plenty of exciting on-site French cultural events all around America. Enjoy your picks!


In Atlanta the High Museum of Art presents In the City of Light: Paris, 1850-1920. Through December 31.


The Cleveland Museum of Art presents Degas and the Laundress: Women, Work, and Impressionism. Through January 14, 2024.


The Art Institute Chicago presents Camille Claudel, the first comprehensive display of Claudel’s work in the United States in over 20 years. Through February 19, 2024.


Chicago's Alliance Française presents its new film series showcasing the notable work of French women filmmakers, Cherchez la Femme. Through February 15, 2024.


The Denver Art Museum presents The 19th Century in European and American Art.


In Los Angeles the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures presents Director's Inspiration: Agnés Varda, an exhibition showcasing the work of the most prominent female director of the New Wave. Through March 17, 2024.


In Los Angeles, the Getty Museum presents Porcelain from Versailles: Vases for a King and Queen. Through March 3, 2024.


In New York, FIAF (French Institute) presents its new film series, Film Fantastique: Lust and Blood. Through December 19.


In New York the Met Museum presents Manet / Degas, an exhibition examining one of the most significant artistic dialogues in modern art history. Through January 7, 2024.


In New York, the Met Museum presents Vertigo of Color: Matisse, Derain, and the Origins of Fauvism. Through January 21, 2024.


In New York the MoMA presents Picasso in Fontainebleau. Through February 17, 2024.


In Philadelphia the Rodin Museum presents Rodin's Hands. Through December 2023.


In Washington, DC Marc Chagall's magistral Orphée mosaic in on view in the sculpture garden of the National Gallery.


Try out Hénaff's recipe for pâté tricornes

Pâté tricornes

This crispy, tasty appetizer is great for a festive lunch. Serve with green salad.


Ingredients (serves 4)

1 large sheet puff pastry

1 egg yolk, slightly diluted in water

Cut the puff pastry in equilateral triangles. Wet each corner with a little bit of water.
Cut the pâté in cubes. Coat the cubes in ground almonds.
Lay 1 cube in the middle of each triangle. Pinch and seal the 3 corner of each triangle over the cube of pâté.
Brush some diluted yolk on each tricorne. Lay the tricornes on a baking sheet and set aside 10 minutes.
Heat oven to 220°C (430°C), then bake for about 30 minutes or until the tricornes are golden.