Abbaye de la Coudre

Trappist vanilla flan

Abbaye de la Coudre
Trappist vanilla flan
    2,90 €Basic price: 64,44 €/kgall prices incl. VAT., excl. shipping costs
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    General Information

    Flan. With alganextrakt

    Often it is the details that make the crucial difference between "secular" and monastic products. For example, in this flan, the Trappist nuns of Laval replace some of the starch that would otherwise be used (it is still present here in the form of cornstarch) with an alganextract. This is not only healthier, but also makes the cooked pudding particularly light and digestible. One bag is intended for half a liter of milk.

    Notes and ingredients:

    Sales Name:

    Vanilla flavoured pudding powder.


    Sugar, natural flavouring, corn starch, gelling agent (carrageenan).

    Note on Allergens:

    May contain traces of gluten and nuts.

    Storage Instructions:

    Please store dry.

    Origin or Provenance:


    Responsible Food Business Operator:

    Abbaye de la Coudre
    Rue St Benôit
    53005 Laval Cédex

    Nutritional labeling

    Nutritional values per100 g
    Calorific value1647 kJ / 388 kcal
    Fat0,04 g
    hereof saturated fatty acids0,01 g
    Carbohydrates95,3 g
    hereof sugar92 g
    Dietary fibres2,8 g
    Protein0,2 g
    Salt0,13 g

    Product Information

    Article Number 66920

      45 g sachet
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