Square Madeleines

There are two stories behind its origin. Which do you think is the authentic one?  

One says that the origin of this cake comes from the work of a young French woman who cooked this cupcake with loving care for the king of Poland Stanislaw I, who had a palace in France.

The other one goes back to the pilgrims travelling to Santiago de Compostela, where it is said that a young woman named Madeleines served the pilgrims cupcakes in the shape of a scallop shell, the symbol of this pilgrimage, thus extending the tradition of eating madeleines all along the road to Santiago.

Nutritional facts


Wheat flour, sunflower oil, sugar, egg, glucose syrup, water, raising agent (E-450, E-500), anti-caking agent (E- 516), salt, preservatives (E-202, E-270), flavouring and acid (E-330).


Cereals containing gluten: WheatEggs and products thereof. Milk and products thereof (including lactose). May contain traces soybeans and products thereof. Free from GMO.

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