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Les Sanciaux

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Adjust Servings:
60 g flour
125 ml milk
1 egg
1 pinch of salt
20 g Butter
2 medium sized apples
1 tsp monin pear liqueur
2 tbsp sologne honey

Les Sanciaux

  • Sweet
  • 25 mins
  • Serves 4
  • Easy



Les Sanciaux is a popular French dessert. It’s a typical berry pancake stuffed with delicious apples. The pancakes are served hot sprinkled with sugar or draped in honey. It is the kind of dish that can ideally be served for  breakfast or when you are craving for something sweet.

Health Benefits

The main ingredient of Les Sanciaux, as we all know by now, is the apples. Apples can give you innumerable health benefits. They have the ability to stop your brain from ageing which means that they will keep your memory strong.

Apples also help reduce cholesterol,  help prevents gallstones, and also decrease the risk of chronic diseases like diabetes and cancer. They also neutralize the bowel system.

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How to Make Les Sanciaux

  1. Mix flour, milk, egg and salt in a medium sized bowl. Whisk until well-combined.
  2. Cut the apples into thin slices.
  3. Melt the butter in a medium sized saucepan over medium low heat. Once the butter is melted, add in the strips of apple in the pan.
  4. When the apples turn golden brown, pour in the pear liqueur. Mix well.
  5. Now add in the flour mixture (pancake batter) in the saucepan. Cook for about seven to eight minutes over low heat.
  6. Turn over the dough with the help of a utensil. Now cook the uncooked side of the pancake for about three to four minutes, until the pancakes turn golden brown.
  7. Arrange the Sanciaux on a dish. Pour honey on top of the pancake.
  8. Neatly cut the Sanciaux like a pie.
  9. Serve it with the evening tea and enjoy!


  • Sanciaux is a classic French desert.

It is a type of crepe which is typically filled with apples.

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