Talking about… Pastel Choco Raisins
The Pastel Choco Raisins are served in four colours: pastel yellow,- green,- orange and - pink. The sugar coating is used to hide white chocolate and raisins? Why? To be surprised of ist sweetness and fruityness every single time you eat them!
Why change grapes into raisins?
This is a good question, indeed. Grapes are such a treat already, why change them into something wrinkly and unshaped? Because raisins become much sweeter while drying. They lose humidity to only 15 to 18% - while the content of fructose increases to 33%. The result? Sweet fruityness.
Raisins + white choc = perfect sweets!
White chocolate has a more subtle taste than other kinds of chocolate and is predestined to be covered with brighter colours. So much for theory. You can decorate cakes with those Pastel Choco Raisins, they look much more cheery or everything in need for cheery looks.
Nutrition Facts per 100 g Serving
|White chocolate (sugar, cocoa butter, whole MILK powder, LACTOSE (MILK), skimmed MILK powder, emulsifier: lecithin (SOY), natural vanilla flavour) (55%), raisins (44,74%), sunflower oil, colorants: curcumin, carmine, chlorophyllin, annatto, glazing agent: arabic gum. May contain traces of NUTS.|