Confeiteiro Dark Chocolate Flavor Pizza Topping 1.050 kg | Harald

Confeiteiro Dark Chocolate Flavor Pizza Topping 1.050 kg

With intense cacao flavor and a darker color, it comes ready to use in a pastry bag. Just follow the instructions for use!

Warm it slightly to achieve piping consistency:
Wood oven: leave the bag beside the wood oven for about 30 minutes.
Water bath: dip the closed bag in warm water for 1 minute.
Microwave: heat it in medium power (50%), in 30-second cycles, softly massaging the bag until achieving the desired consistency.
Be careful not to surpass 80 °C. After achieving the correct consistency, cut the tip of the bag and spread the product over the baked crust while still warm.
Keep in a dry, ventilated place, away from strong smells. After opening, fold the tip of the bag and envelop it in plastic film. Keep it in the fridge, in a container with the lid on, for up to 30 days.
Sugar, vegetable fat, cocoa powder, skim milk powder, whey, soy lecithin and polyglycerol polyricinoleate emulsifiers and flavoring substances. CONTAINS LACTOSE. DOESN’T CONTAIN GLUTEN. ALLERGICS: CONTAINS MILK AND DAIRY AND SOY DERIVATIVES.
Nutrition Table
NUTRITION FACTS – Serving size 25 g (1 tablespoon)
Calories 156 kcal = 654 kj 8%VD*
Carbohydrate 13 g 4%VD*
Protein 0,7 g 1%VD*
Total fat 10 g 18%VD*
Saturated fat 3,9 g 18%VD*
Trans fat 0,4 g **
Dietary fiber 1,0 g 0%VD*
Sodium 12 mg 0%VD*
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 kcal or 8,400 kJ diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

Main uses

Learn the best applications of Confeiteiro Pizza Toppings!

The traditional application for your sweet pizzas, just spread the product over the baked crust while still warm. It should be slightly heated (beside the oven or in the microwave in medium power). Finish your pizza with fresh fruit, sprinkles, etc.
The bag packaging is very convenient to apply, and you can also easily decorate your pizza! Apply the toppings in circles (preferably a light and a dark ones, for more contrast) and then “mix” the colors by passing a toothpick, creating a beautiful visual effect!

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