Bakery and confectionery

Intro

Take a little flour, water, a pinch of salt and yeast, and what do you get? Bread. But the bread from our regions, with its rich flavours and aromas, is a world apart. And what superb pies! Imagine the best fruit combined with the best pastry. Imagine also fine biscuits, warm waffles, marzipan, speculoos (ginger biscuits) and other treats that turn any occasion into a feast... you can only be in Wallonia!

The warm taste of tradition

The techniques have changed, of course, and the majority of our bakers - not all - no longer knead by hand. However, the recipes still exist and the bakers pride themselves on satisfying the expectations of the people of Wallonia, who will never accept cotton-wool bread and cardboard pies. The still strong traditional recipes are concocted with the best ingredients: our regions are brimming with them! If you are not convinced, just sniff the air in front of one of our bakeries. Open a box of « sables ». Give into temptation with a speculoos biscuit, marzipan or hot Liège waffle that exudes the smell of childhood...

Celebrate every day

The techniques have changed, of course, and the majority of our bakers - not all - no longer knead by hand. However, the recipes still exist and the bakers pride themselves on satisfying the expectations of the people of Wallonia, who will never accept cotton-wool bread and cardboard pies. The still strong traditional recipes are concocted with the best ingredients: our regions are brimming with them! If you are not convinced, just sniff the air in front of one of our bakeries. Open a box of « sables ». Give into temptation with a speculoos biscuit, marzipan or hot Liège waffle that exudes the smell of childhood...

Seasonal delights

If the children's tea-time and coffee with friends is already a pretext for gluttony, what about family and seasonal celebrations! December is the time for gourmands of every age to savour exquisite SPECULOOS biscuits in the shape of Saint Nicolas and MARZIPAN figurines with a real almond taste. LIEGE WAFFLES are better still in winter... And between Christmas and New Year, « Cougnous or Cougnolles », sweet breads in the form of the baby Jesus, are on every table.

... and other little delicacies

For example, PETIT BEURRE biscuits, dry and incomparable. BISCUITS A LA CREME. Delicious SABLES. MACARONS from Hainaut, made of almonds, egg white and sugar. Or the incredible COUQUE DE DINANT, hard as rock but so delicious... and decorative!