Apple & Caramel

Apple & Caramel

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Creamy Swiss caramel ice cream paired with the sweet acidity of an apple sorbet. Caramelized apple pieces and caramel sauce lend the final touch to this favorite combination.

Enjoy the pleasure of a recipe with no artificial additives or colours!

Apple

More about apple...

The most famous fruit – and one of the oldest ones - in the world comes originally from Asia where it has been eaten by Chinese for several thousands of years. Apples appeared in Europe thanks to the Romans who spread their culture on the continent.

Nowadays apple trees grow in temperate regions in both the northern and southern hemispheres.

There are more than 7 000 kinds of apples in the world ranging from yellow to red and green colors. Depending on the varieties, they can have a sweet or slightly acid taste. Apples are also enjoyed for their nutritional qualities since they are rich in potassium, vitamin C and pectin.


Caramelita

More about caramel...
In Switzerland, caramels are also known as Nidelzältli, Rahmtäfeli or Nideltäfeli. They are prepared using whole cream, sugar and flavourings such as vanilla, mint, salt, etc. You can give them a soft texture by adding a little butter at the end.
Salted butter caramels were created in 1977 by a French chocolatier and pastry chef in Brittany and have been famous ever since.

Caramels taste sweet and creamy or sweet and salty, as in Normandy. They can be soft or hard, depending on the country.

Caramel is perfect with...

Sweet dishes and desserts:
  • Caramelised pears
  • Braised apples
  • Peanut brittle with bananas
  • Far Breton

Caramels can be used to whip up great dessert sauces in a flash; combine with cream and heat slowly, stirring constantly, until melted. Goes great with vanilla ice cream.

Nutrition information: 100 ml 100 g
Energy: 507 kJ (121 kcal) 822 kJ (195 kcal)
Protein: 1 g 1.6 g
Total carbohydrate: 20.8 g 33.7 g
Fat: 3.5 g 5.7 g
Fibre: 0.5 g 0.8 g

Allergen

Contains :

  • Milk and dairy products
  • Lactose
  • Eggs and products thereof
  • May contain traces of tree nuts

900 ml

This is our family-size pack in the take-away range. Spoil your beloved ones with a delicious Ice Cream dessert – they will be delighted!