Brioche Apple Pie

The Traiteur de Paris Brioche Apple Pie has the advantage of simplified preparation and is perfect for an offer in the traditional restaurant industry. It also falls easily into a Bakery/Patisserie offer for take-away sales, in order to complete the menu of the day or as a teatime treat.

A well thought-out frozen Food Service product, created just for you.

Bakery Patisserie, Coffee shop, Onboard catering, …

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Brioche Apple Pie

Our Brioche Apple Pie stands out with its square shape. It is a reworked version of the traditional apple tart. This versatile dessert can be used in a coffee shop offer and also for onboard catering (railway catering, maritime catering and catering).

  • Made in France in our workshops in Normandy,
  • Easier presentation, fast food.
Brioche Apple Pie

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The Brioche Apple Pie recipe

This dessert, made with more than 51% of real apple quarters, has the advantage of simple, natural ingredients. What’s more, the flour, sugar, butter, eggs and milk are all of French origin. This demanding sourcing enables this recipe to unveil its full potential as a plated dessert as well. This dessert with its worldwide fame is rich in fruit and enhanced by the expertise of our pastry chefs.

Its modern appearance enables catering professionals to provide fast service whilst guaranteeing a simple, elegant presentation. This pastry is a reason for enriching your restaurant menu and save precious time.

Technical and logistical information

Product code: 005505
Best before date: 547 days
Sell-by date: 180 days
Use-by date after defrosting: 5 days at 4°C
Range(s):
Packaging: 36 items of 80 g
Product dimensions: 8 x 8 cm
Box dimensions: 390 x 296 x 50 mm
Palletisation: 120 cases

Made in France

Preparation advice

Reheat the Brioche Apple Pies in the microwave for 30 seconds at 700 W or place them in the oven at 165°C for 4 minutes 30 seconds. You can also leave them to defrost for 1 hour at 4°C.

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