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Trois Petits Cochons Mini Toast

$4.00 / 2.75 oz Box
trois petits cochons mini toast specialty foods
Trois Petits Cochons Mini Toast
  • by Les Trois Petits Cochons
  • United States

Crunchy and petite, Trois Petits Cochons Mini Toast were created specifically to scoop pâtés—but they work just as well with runny cheeses and savory jams. We like them with Tonewood Maple Crème and La Bon Magot Tomato & White Sultana Chutney.

“If you're looking for something that's a cross between a baguette and a traditional cracker, these Mini Toasts are the ultimate snack. Crisp, hearty, and buttery, they work perfectly for soft cheeses, hard cheeses, crafting homemade crostini, or even adding some crunch to a salad. Personally, I love topping one off with a smear of goat cheese and drizzle of honey. Try them with a slice of Vermont Creamery Goat Log and Marinated Sundried Tomatoes, with a drizzle of Murray's Italian EVOO.”
Murray’s Marketing – New York, NY
Wheat Flour, Glucose-Fructose Syrup, Yeast, Non-Hydrogenated Palm Oil, Salt, Emulsifiers: Sunflower Lecithin, Mono & Diacetlic Tartaric Esters Of Mono & Diglycerides Of Fatty Acids, Leavening Agent: Sodium Hydrogen Carbonate, Sugar. Contains: Wheat Flour (Gluten). May Contain Milk, Egg, Sesame.

Allergens: Wheat

  • Trois Petits Cochons Mini Toast crackers are made by New York charcuterie staple Les Trois Petits Cochons.
  • These mini toast slices were created to complement TPC’s collection of pâtés.
  • They make the perfect vessel for scooping runny cheeses and savory spreads and tapenades—but they work just as well tossed into a salad as a reimaging of the crouton.
  • Founded in in 1975, Trois Petits Cochons specializes in small-batch, handmade French pâté and charcuterie specialties.
  • Though it got its start as a small charcuterie in New York City’s Greenwich Village, Trois Petits Cochons has expanded over the decades.
  • Today, they offer a complete line of smoked meats, mousses, terrines, pâtés, saucissons, sausages, and other French delicacies. 

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