Last Updated : Feb 10,2018
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Description Uses of Hazelnut Creamer
Hazelnut creamer is a popular coffee creamer prepared by adding pulverized hazelnuts or hazelnut extract in cream or milk. The milk and the extracts or hazelnut flavourings are blended together and added to coffee , cakes or cookies for the nutty flavour as a substitute for milk. Hazelnut creamers are available in non-dairy versions as well, such as in Nestle Coffee mate creamer with hazelnut flavour.
How to select Uses of Hazelnut Creamer
Hazelnut creamer can be prepared at home or bought from supermarkets, specialising in cake decorating items or bakery ingredients. The hazelnuts to be creamed should be firm and without blemishes. The packaged hazelnut creamer should be checked for 'best before date'. The bottle should be picked from the refrigerated section of the store. You may choose organic creamers or sugar free creamer as per personal preference.
Culinary Uses of Hazelnut Creamer
· Hazelnuts creamer are extensively used in confectionery to make praline and also used in combination with chocolate for chocolate truffles.
· In Austria and especially in Vienna hazelnut creamer is a prominent component in the world famous torts (such as Viennese hazelnut tort).
· Vodka-based Hazelnut liqueurs, such as Frangelico, are also increasing in esteem, especially in the U.S. and eastern Europe
· Hazelnut creamer is favoured as a coffee flavouring, especially in the form of Hazelnut latte.
How to store Hazelnut Creamer
Pour the hazelnut creamer in a glass or plastic bottle and keep in refrigerator.
Health benefits Uses of Hazelnut Creamer
· Hazelnuts are rich in protein and unsaturated fat.
· Moreover, they contain significant amounts of thiamine and vitamin B6, as well as smaller amounts of other B vitamins.
· Hazelnuts are high in oleic acid, a monounsaturated fatty acid that helps to lower cholesterol
· Hazelnuts lower blood pressure because of minerals such as calcium, magnesium, and potassium · Hazelnuts contain cardioprotective arginine, an amino acid that relaxes blood vessels.
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