Michel De France Parisian cakes
Let them eat cake. Actually, that's just what Michel De France, Ontario, Calif., was planning when it developed three new flavors of frozen, heat-and-serve Parisian Cakes for retail and foodservice channels.
Already known for French crepes as well as fan and rolled wafers, Michel De France says its new Parisian cakes are gluten free and kosher certified. The company produces them in small batches -- baking them and then flash freezing them to preserve flavor and freshness. Preparation is as simple as placing them in a pre-heated oven for six minutes or putting them in a microwave.
Varieties include Chocolate, Chocolate with Sweet Cherries and Chocolate with Sliced Almonds.
"We worked closely with a pastry chef of great renown when we were developing our Parisian Cakes. I think we have successfully balanced the traditional dessert style of France with flavors an American palate will love," says Director of Business Development Erwan Le Bayon.
Michel de France Parisian Cakes are available in 45-cake cases for foodservice, conveniently vacuum-packed in nine-cake sleeves or in a colorful retail box containing two 3-ounce cakes.