Milk, vanilla, coffee, whisky... That's the different flavours you can expect from our Divine Baileys pecan pralines. A subtle taste combined with the perfect texture of pecans which will make your palate travel to Ireland. A must-try!
Pecan (sourced in United States), Sugar, Baileys
Contains pecans & milk.
These pralines are gluten-free.
0% artificial flavours nor sweeteners. 100% pleasure.
ADVICE ON STORAGE AND TASTING
For your pralines to keep their colour, flavour and texture for months, store them in their original Tradition Praline packaging or in a sealed box, in a fresh and dry location.
What is a praline?
Praline is a form of confection containing, at a minimum, culinary nuts – usually almonds, pecans and hazelnuts – and sugar. It is commonly consumed on its own but can also be the key ingredient of delicious recipes.
What is the pronunciation of "praline"?
Praline is a french word and is pronunced "praa·leen".
What is the meaning of "praline"?
Praline may have originally been inspired in France by the cook of Marshal du Plessis-Praslin (1602–1675), with the word praline deriving from the name Praslin.
What is in praline?
Traditionaly, french pralines are pink and made with almonds and caramelized pink sugar. Hazelnuts and pecans nuts can also be used in the confection.
From our blog
Thoughts, ideas and recipes around pralines for living a happy and sweet life!
There is always something delicious about pralines.
From savoury recipes to desserts and drinks, pralines can compliment the best dishes. Don't wait to try it for yourselves.