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French Desserts

Guess the names of these French desserts and pastries based on a photo...
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Last updated: February 25, 2023
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First submittedNovember 20, 2020
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10 Comments
+6
Level 40
Jun 13, 2022
chocolatine not pain au chocolat ^^
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Level 85
Jun 13, 2022
From what I’ve read most French people call it pain au chocolat. Apparently some politicians tried to get protected status for the name chocolatine and failed.
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Level 56
Sep 25, 2022
"Chocolatine" is mainly used in southwestern France and in Quebec.
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Level 72
Jun 15, 2022
Fun quiz - made me very hungry!
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Level 62
Jun 17, 2022
Your picture for Mille Feuille is not Mille Feuille, that's a vanilla slice. Mille Feuille has more pastry layers between the custard
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Level 56
Sep 24, 2022
It looks more or less identical to what my local bakery in France used to sell as 'mille feuilles'... I think it's a fairly broad term, but I don't think I've ever seen it with more than three main layers of pastry. Certainly no-one in France uses the term 'vanilla slice' to describe anything
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Level 55
Sep 23, 2022
Please accepte "Crepe" instead of "Crepes" for Suzette one.

Singular form exist and is used more often.

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Level 76
Oct 3, 2022
Those do not look like beignets. More like buñuelos. Both are fried, but quite different.
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Level 59
Feb 25, 2023
More tartelette au citron than tarte au citron, and profiterolles is often served with ice cream, which is kind of misleading here
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Level 59
Feb 25, 2023
And for pain au chocolat, don't get influenced by these inferior french speakers that called a chocolatine. You're absolutely right and there's absolutely required to stick with this ortograph, or you'll have a vast majority of French booing you