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Raspberry Tartlets (Tarte aux Framboises)

Sweet crisp base, soft coconut cream and fresh raspberries make this tartlet. It’s a staple pâtisserie here in Switzerland traditionally made with crème pâtisserie. We’ve put together our own plant-based version using our gluten free tart base recipe and deliciously smooth coconut cream. Perfect for munching on a sunny spring day! Every recipe comes with…

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Pistachio Financiers

A financier is a small cake, light and moist, and contains lots of almond flour, crushed or ground nuts, and almond flavouring. The distinctive feature of the recipe is brown butter, but we replace this with lots of delicious nuts and coconut oil. They are usually baked in petite rectangular...

Mulled Wine Brownies

With the addition of our limited edition Rhythm108 Chocolate Orange bars, these soft gooey brownies are zesty and spiced –perfect for this time of year! We’ve also added a typical French spice called pain d’epices for extra mulled wine festive flavour! SEASONAL MULLED WINE BROWNIES 140 g whole oat flour20...

A Day In the life of a RHYTHM108 Pâtissier

It’s 3.30am and the sounds of a rooster’s morning call rings in Marcel’s ear and wakes him up.  The snow outside fully blankets a small garden, which is filled with an abundant vegetable patch of potatoes, tomatoes, peas and endives every summer.  He gets up, tip toes across the pine...

Mousse au Chocolat

Creating light airy textures is always a challenge, but this simple recipe does the trick! Chocolatey, velvety, and so light - this is as close to perfection in a dessert as possible. Try it as traditional Mousse au Chocolat, or if you want a more impressive treat, use it to...

Classic French Toast recrafted to Plant-based Perfection

In France, the dish is called “pain perdu," meaning “lost bread."Originally, people made French toast from stale bread in order to make use of bread that would otherwise have been thrown away.  Here in Rhythm108 kitchen, we're all for saving food! Serve with our vegan crème chantilly and berry jam...

Why We Choose Organic

We source organic ingredients for all our products because we want to support an alternate system to purely industrial agriculture.   Intensive industrial agriculture has become one of the biggest causes of ‘unhealthy soil’ – or soil degradation – and it has become one of the most unsustainable practices of modern civilization. According...