What is the name of this French Pastry???

Mummy took her very first French Cooking Class today in Paris…and she made THIS French Pastry sitting here beside me.  Tell me the name of this French Pastry and we will draw from the correct answers at 10pm tonight…Paris TIME.  The winner will win this DARLING little Macaron Tea Towel that we picked up today at Cooking School!  Do you think you know the answer…just tell me here in the comment section of my BLOG.  It takes a while for comments to show up here…but don’t worry…it will get posted.  You have until 10pm tonight (Friday).  The teatowel will not be mailed to the winner until we have returned back home to the USA in June.  Bisou Bisou



  • Myrna Bowers

    07.05.2015 at 23:17 Reply

    Eclaire Sure looks gooood!

    So glad you made the trip okay. Have a wonderful fun time.

  • Lisa de Bidaph

    07.05.2015 at 23:18 Reply

    Wow ALREADY had a cooking class. Impressed! 🙂 That pastry is called a ‘Vanilla Slice’ (did you want me to write it in French?) LOL. Enjoy! Yummy! 🙂 xx

  • Kimberley Baker

    07.05.2015 at 23:24 Reply

    It’s a Mille-Feulle. Yum

  • Kimberley Baker

    07.05.2015 at 23:26 Reply

    Oops – Mille-Feuille

  • Celia Besore

    07.05.2015 at 23:27 Reply


  • Maggie mcMann

    07.05.2015 at 23:28 Reply

    Neapolitan eclair

  • Sandra Barnes

    07.05.2015 at 23:30 Reply

    I think it’s may be. A Neapolitan….and am ready to eat a tray full! YUMMMM!

  • Christine Flaherty

    07.05.2015 at 23:34 Reply


  • Pamela Reed

    07.05.2015 at 23:39 Reply

    Mille-feuille, also known as Napolean

  • Pamela Reed

    07.05.2015 at 23:40 Reply

    Mille-feuille, also known as Napoleon

  • mary schofield

    07.05.2015 at 23:40 Reply


  • Donna Poole

    07.05.2015 at 23:47 Reply

    Maybe a mille-feuille ?

  • Wendy Trigg Kanter Epstein

    07.05.2015 at 23:48 Reply


  • Susan DeGarmo

    07.05.2015 at 23:52 Reply

    I think it is a Neapolitan.

  • Heather Estelle

    07.05.2015 at 23:55 Reply

    Looks like a Neapolitin pastry.

  • Karry Rogers

    07.05.2015 at 23:58 Reply


  • Karen Greco

    07.05.2015 at 23:59 Reply

    My favorite — Napoleon

  • Ruth Ann Noe

    08.05.2015 at 00:09 Reply

    it’s a Napoleon.

  • Barbara Ramsby

    08.05.2015 at 00:15 Reply


  • Deborah Orndorff

    08.05.2015 at 00:30 Reply

    Napoleon Eclair

  • Evelyn Simmerman

    08.05.2015 at 00:35 Reply


  • Claire

    08.05.2015 at 00:40 Reply

    It’s a Mille Feuille ! Translated means a thousand layers.

  • Rebecca Fisher

    08.05.2015 at 00:56 Reply

    Napoleon eclair

  • Nancy B Ayers

    08.05.2015 at 01:12 Reply

    Mille fuielle

  • Carol Copeland

    08.05.2015 at 01:21 Reply

    The mille-feuille vanilla slice, custard slice, is also known as the Napoleon

  • Susan Thomas

    08.05.2015 at 01:25 Reply

    Classic French Napoleon……….. you are not wasting any time on your trip to relax and enjoy the Paris atmosphere! 🙂

  • Evelyn (Tink) Lynn

    08.05.2015 at 01:31 Reply


  • Evelyn (Tink) Lynn

    08.05.2015 at 01:32 Reply

    The mille-feuille, vanilla slice, custard slice, also known as the Napoleon, is a French pastry whose exact origin is unknown. Its modern form was influenced by improvements of Marie-Antoine Carême.

  • Renee Champagne

    08.05.2015 at 01:38 Reply

    Cette une crème mille-feuille pâtisserie ma belle. ♥

  • Laurie Piazza-Howard

    08.05.2015 at 01:58 Reply

    Napoleon Éclair, on top of macaroon tablecloth, which even looks yummy to us! We are so happy you made it there. Kiss Kiss

  • Bethe Austin

    08.05.2015 at 02:16 Reply

    Is that a ‘Napoleon’? Xx

  • Barbara Sherman

    08.05.2015 at 02:20 Reply

    It is a Millie-Feuille also known as a Neopolitan pastry.

  • Gayle Hope

    08.05.2015 at 02:32 Reply

    Mille-Feuille i believe…looks delicious

  • Paulette Parker

    08.05.2015 at 02:48 Reply

    You have been a very busy little one Millie!!! It’s a Mille-feuilles ie…..Napoleon!!!

  • Phyllis

    08.05.2015 at 03:00 Reply

    it is a Napoleon! I hope I am not too late

  • Donna Corey

    08.05.2015 at 03:43 Reply

    yummm…I might be too late to answer, but I know that is a Napoleon…love them ❤️

  • Sabine Robinson

    08.05.2015 at 05:05 Reply

    Ca c’est une mille-feuille …délicieux 🙂

  • Beckett Townly

    08.05.2015 at 06:17 Reply

    I believe it is a Nepoleon ❤️ Used to get them in Germany as a child.

  • Cyndi Adzema

    08.05.2015 at 12:31 Reply

    I know, I know..my Mom used to make them as well. They are called French Napoleon pastry. yum-o

  • Marilyn Williams

    08.05.2015 at 12:35 Reply

    Looks like a Napoleon. They turned out beautiful.

  • Carole Barrette

    08.05.2015 at 18:20 Reply

    Mais c,est un Mille Feuille!!! Très réussis!!!! Very good mommy, you made a beautiful Mille Feuille! Hope Millie did not eat it all…lollll

  • Susan DeGregory

    08.05.2015 at 18:53 Reply

    What a Mouth Watering Treat….Napoleon….Mille-Feuille….In Any Language It’s Delicious !!

  • Darsey Mitchell

    08.05.2015 at 20:23 Reply

    The winner of the macaron tea towel is………Cyndi Adzema!!!!!!!

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