Cashew nuts in yogurt icing


Nuts and yogurt? Great combination! Cashew nuts are seeds in the shape of a kidney. They are highly nutritious – they contain a large amount of protein, vitamins and minerals. They are an excellent source not only of copper, but also of phosphorus, magnesium, manganese and zinc. Other beneficial substances include vitamins A, B1 and E and other minerals such as zinc and iron. Cashew nuts also strengthen the nervous system – reduce depression, nervousness, irritation, promote regeneration and reduce fatigue, thanks to the high magnesium content support the proper functioning of nerves and muscles, improve thinking and memory, support sperm production, relax muscles during long-term exercise. As with other toppings, yoghurt icing is based on whey powder, quality vegetable fats, wheat flour, sugar, grape sugar and lecithin. This time the icing is supplemented with yogurt. To achieve a perfectly smooth surface, a small amount of shellac and gum arabic is added to the glaze. As with other toppings, the beneficial effects of whey on the human body cannot be neglected – in addition to the content of vitamins B, C and E, magnesium, phosphorus, calcium, sodium and zinc, it also contains important proteins and has a very positive effect on the removal of toxic substances from the body. at the same time it supports kidney function and metabolism in general. Feel free to taste these yogurts with cashew nuts full of vitamins!

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Administrative order: non-chocolate confectionery – non-chocolate dragees.
Allergens: the product contains nuts and products thereof, milk (lactose) and products thereof and may contain groundnut kernels and products thereof.

Ingredients: yoghurt icing 67% (sugar, palm vegetable fat, milk whey, rice flour, yoghurt milk powder 3%, sunflower lecithin E322, gum arabic, shellac E904), cashew 33%.
Storage: store in a dry place at a temperature of not more than 20 ° C and a relative humidity of not more than 65%.

Nutritional values:

Nutritional values ​​per 100 g:
Energy value 2289 kJ/549 kcal
Protein 8,4 g
Fats 35,3 g
Saturated fatty acids 15,1 g
Carbohydrates 49,1 g
Of which sugars 42,7 g
Fiber 0,7 g
Salt 0,2 g