Christmas Package Petit Fours

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12 pieces - 1.5 oz each

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Try our wonderful Christmas petit fours. A delightful assortment of flavors are sure to add holiday cheer for all of your guests. Petit Fours also make excellent gifts for business associates and office parties.

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Delivered anywhere in Continental USA.

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  • Festive packages of red and green gaily hand-decorated make these petit fours - wonderful multi-layered butter cakes -perfect for a holiday gala.

    This delightful assortment includes: French Espresso, Pink Peppermint, Raspberry Crème, Truffled Mint, Milk Chocolate, Raspberry Truffle and Bittersweet Cherry petit fours.
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    Shipping Costs vary according to your required Delivery Date, since we ship no longer than 2 days before the date in order to ensure freshness:
        - Priority (2 day): $15.95
        - Express (1 day): $29.00

    Same Day Delivery is not available, but a great alternative is an immediate emailed Gift Card.

    Midnight Deliveries are not available. Our products are delivered between 8AM and 8PM.

    • We cannot be held responsible for incorrect / incomplete addresses. Apartment numbers and suites for residential and business deliveries must be included. Please ensure you have the full address - delays due to missing or wrong information nullifies guaranteed delivery.

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How do you say "petit fours"?

Actually, it's "petits fours" in the plural, "petit four" in the singular - a classic French bakery treat with a classic French pronunciation. "Petits" loses the last two letters to sound like "pet-ee"; "fours" loses the "s" to sound like "four". 

However, language (like baking!) is always evolving, and the formerly incorrect "petit fours" has made it into the dictionary. 

Who made the first petit fours?

The French, during the 1800's. Petit fours became incredibly popular and spread all across the ruling classes in Europe.