As indicated by its name, coconut blossom sugar is extracted from the flower of the coconut palm tree in a way that not only retains the sugar, but also the vitamins and minerals found in the nectar.
Similarly to cane sugar and sucrose, coconut blossom sugar also mainly consists of saccharine and thus contains the same amount of energy. Its use is not recommended for those with diabetes or when dieting.
Although it contains some important vitamins and minerals, as they are only contained in a small amount and it is not recommended - and not feasible - to consume coconut blossom sugar in such large amounts that would allow us to provide for the daily intake of these nutrients, coconut blossom sugar should not be considered particularly healthy. However, it is a more healthier and natural alternative to traditional sugar.
The unique, slightly molasses-like fragrance and taste of coconut blossom sugar can make even the most common cup of tea a unique experience.
As it can be easily caramelized, it is particularly recommended for this purpose, for example, when preparing caramelized apples.
Ingredients: coconut flower sugar
Nutritional value (per 100 g):
||1643 kJ / 387 Kcal
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Storage: Keep in a cold, dry place!
Country of origin: Indonesia