No Palm Oil in Gluten-free Erlenbacher Almond Cake Slices
- Almond Success Cake: The name says it all for this product – especially since almonds are again successfully trending big time on the culinary scene in Europe and beyond, and enticing butter cream lies between fluffy almond sponge layers. The topping to round off the cake is another layer of butter cream and roasted almonds. Fifteen slices come 1.050g package.
- Almond Chocolate Cake: The recipe combines a nutty taste profile with a fine hint of chocolate to savor. Chocolate has been added to the butter cream middle after making an impressive first impression as an eye-catching icing base for roasted almond slivers topping the cake. Weighing in at 1.250g, the pack contains 17 slices.
Erlenbacher Backwaren’s newly introduced pre-sliced almond cakes, both gluten-free and containing no palm oil, are positioned by the Groß-Gerau, Germany-based frozen baked goods specialist as “ideal for gluten-intolerant customers and consumers seeking responsibly chosen ingredients.”
As for the question of whether the cake should be creamy or crispy, one does not have to decide since the slices combine both tempting qualities in the form of roasted almonds and soft butter cream. But a choice may ultimately have to be made between two variants, unless an option to enjoy each during one sitting is taken.
The Nestlé S.A. subsidiary company is bridging the gap between those with a passion for classical, light butter cream and chocoholics who can never say “no” to sweet cocoa cream. With chocolate or without, almonds highlight the two cake creations.
Here’s an overview of the offerings, which are ready to serve after a very brief defrosting time.
Founded in 1973 just south of Frankfurt, Erlenbacher Backwaren GmbH today produces more than 23 million premium baked goods products annually for restaurant chains, other catering operators, wholesalers and retailers. In addition to round cakes, tray cakes and mini cakes and cups, its frozen product line includes fruit triangles, tartlets, pretzels and butter croissants. More than 450 different articles are exported to approximately 45 countries.
Visitors to the October 7-11 Anuga trade fair in Cologne are welcome to visit the company’s exhibit and sample products at Stand A-031 in Hall 4.1.