King’s Galette, 2015


In France, for Epiphany, we usually eat the famous “galette des rois“. This year, I wanted to bake a different version, a colorful  brioche with “Pralines”. Pralines come from the Rhones-Alpes area. French Pralines are almond candies, caramelized in pink  sugar.

Basically, this is a brioche recipe, perfumed with orange blossom, and decorated with candy sugar and pralines.


As I’m very “gourmande“, I add some pink pralines inside the brioche…and of course, I hide the “bean” , as the tradition required.


Happy new year!

Source of this recipe:  , my favorite french cooking blog!

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