An Anglo-Saxon dessert
The charlotte, which originated in Britain, was created to pay tribute to Princess Charlotte, the wife of George III and Queen Victoria’s grandmother. It was brought over to France and reworked by a pastry chef, which resulted in the strawberry dessert that we all know and love. Today, the charlotte is constantly being reinvented through even more delectable variations.
Thus, our Red Berry Charlotte is made up of sponge fingers, topped with a delicate raspberry mousse interlaced with a sponge layer soaked in syrup. The dessert is covered with an abundance of redcurrants, raspberries, blackberries and blueberries, all beautifully arranged over the top.
A contrast of different textures
The authentic dessert plays on the contrasting textures of the crunchy sponge fingers, the light mousse and the melt-in-the-mouth sponge. Our desserts would be nothing without the red berries: they add flavour and give them their colourful, exquisite appearance.
To make it easier to remove the mould and slice, our Red Berry Charlotte is packaged in a cardboard box with an easy-to-use cutting guide, allowing it to be cut into 12 to 15 identical servings.
Our Red Berry Charlotte, which contains no preservatives and is produced in France, meets the needs of the food service market.
How to prepare
IN THE REFRIGERATOR (4°C)
Straight from the freezer, unmould the dessert. Then, use the cutting guide to mark it into portions. Undo the flaps and side tabs. Place the product on its stand and leave to defrost for 4 to 5 hours in the refrigerator before serving.
– No need to cook –