Since the Middle Ages, “Niflettes” are a traditional pastry of All Saints’ Day (1st. November). The recipe was created in Provins (île-de-France).
These little cakes were eaten as a consolation after the visit in the cemetery (which was traditionally offered to orphans on the grave of their parents). The name, “Niflette” comes from the Latin ” ne flete “, ” don’t cry “.
Now, you know everything about the “Niflette”, except maybe… the recipe xD
You’ll see, it’s really easy to do, and you can do it everywhere ! 😀
Let’s go !