Melken Coconut Flavored Beijinho Filling 1.010 kg | Harald

Melken Coconut Flavored Beijinho Filling 1.010 kg

Sugar and coconut mark the flavor of this traditional Brazilian treat, whose origin dates back to the imperial times. This package size yields one hundred 10 g beijinhos, being ideal for professional use.

Application
Ready-to-use product. If necessary, mix it with a spoon to homogenize it before modeling. It’s not necessary to grease your hands – just moist them with water!
Preservation
Keep in a cool, dry, ventilated place, away from strong smells. Don’t expose it to light. After opening, keep it in the fridge with the lid on and consume it in up to 5 days.
Ingredients
Sugar, grated coconut, powdered milk, vegetable fat, pectin thickener (INS 440), potassium sorbate preserver (INS 202), glyceryl monostearate emulsifier (INS 471) and artificial flavoring substances (beijinho). CONTAINS LACTOSE. DOESN’T CONTAIN GLUTEN. “ALLERGICS: CONTAINS MILK. MAY CONTAIN PEANUT, ALMOND, HAZELNUT, CASHEW, BRAZILIAN NUT, MACADAMIA NUT, WALNUT, PECAN AND PISTACHIO.”
Nutrition Table
NUTRITION FACTS – Serving size 20 g (1 tablespoon)
Calories68 kcal = 286 kj3%VD*
Carbohydrate8,8 g3%VD*
Protein0,8 g1%VD*
Total fat3,5 g6%VD*
Saturated fat1,4 g6%VD*
Trans fat0,7 g**
Dietary fiber0,4 g2%VD*
Sodium11 mg0%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 uses for Melken Beijinho!

For its classic use, moist your hands with water, take a spoonful of product and roll it on your palms. Then, roll each treat in grated coconut and put them in proper-sized liners. If necessary, homogenize the beijinho with a spoon before rolling it.
Its texture enables the use for decorating cakes and pies, either with a spatula or a pastry bag. For a different effect, whip it with a mixer for a few minutes until achieving the desired consistency.
Use the beijinho as a base for puddings, mousses, panna cottas, etc. In order to add it to other recipes, just thin (with milk, coconut milk, cognac or another liquor) or slightly warm it.

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