Friands

A Financier or Friand is a small French cake, often mistaken for a pastry. The financier is light and moist, similar to sponge cake, and usually contains almond flour, crushed or ground almonds, or almond flavouring. The distinctive feature of the recipe is beurre noisette (brown butter). Other ingredients include egg whites, flour, and icing sugar. Financiers are baked in shaped moulds, usually small rectangular loaves similar in size to petits fours.
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Berry and Hazelnut Friands

These gluten and dairy-free friands are made from a mix of berries and white chocolate pieces.

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Blueberry and Lemon Friands

These moist and sweet blueberry and lemon friands are easy to make and great for afternoon tea and lunch boxes.

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Chocolate Egg Friands

The perfect friand for chocolate lovers and a wonderful treat at Easter.

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Chocolate Friands

Try this tasty Chocolate Friand – Great snack size bites for a Chocaholic.

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Coconut and Mango Friands

This particular recipe gives the friand a tropical touch with fresh mango and desiccated coconut.

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Lemon and Coconut Friands

These easy lemon and coconut flavoured friands are a quick, simple dessert or tea time treat. Serve them plain with flaked almonds, or dress them up with a light coating of vanilla flavoured icing and toasted coconut.

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Mandarin and Chocolate Friands

Combining the taste of citrus, the texture of cake, and the decadence of chocolate – These friands are a delicious afternoon treat – Try them with our mandarin flavoured whipped cream to get that extra citrus burst.

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