Chestnut Spread Sweetened Tinned 500 g Faugier
Chestnuts have been around for centuries and you can roast them, boil them, puree them, make them into spreads...and, they are gluten-free! France has a love affair with chestnut spread. Faugier Chestnut Spread is sweetened, slightly textured, ready-to-use spread and has an earthy flavour of fresh roasted chestnuts with a hint of fresh vanilla bean. Makes a delicious, quick, gluten-free snack when stirred into plain yogurt or cream cheese; as a dip for fresh fruit and as delicious filling for cakes and cookies, etc.
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chestnuts (50%), sugar, candied marrons, glucose syrup, water, vanilla natural essence. Prepared with 50g fruits for 100g. Total sugar content is 60g per 100g. Gluten free.
- DELICIOUS CHESTNUT SPREAD – Clément Faugier "crème de marrons" is a French classic made of chestnuts, confectionery syrup, sugar and vanilla. It's an irresistible dessert of its own, but it can as well be eaten on toasts, crêpes, or as a refined side to ice cream. It's also used as an ingredient in various pastry recipes.
- A FRENCH CLASSIC – This delectable spread is a favorite in France. Faugier Chestnut Spread is sweetened, slightly textured, ready-to-use spread and has an earthy flavour of fresh roasted chestnuts with a hint of fresh vanilla bean.
- IMPORTED FROM FRANCE – Clément Faugier has been preserving chestnuts for more than 125 years. They’re known worldwide for their premium chestnuts harvested from Ardèche, the region in France KNOWN for their legendary chestnuts.
- ARDECHE CHESTNUT CREAM – This chestnut product in particular is a recipe created by Clément Faugier in 1885 at Privas. This recipe has remained identical since the origin of its creation, it uses only natural ingredients: chestnuts (50%), sugar, glazed chestnuts, glucose syrup, water, natural vanilla extract.
- USAGE DEAS – Makes a delicious, quick, gluten-free snack when stirred into plain yogurt or cream cheese; as a dip for fresh fruit and as a delicious filling for cakes and cookies, of course, you may also find yourself eating it straight from the tin.