The caramel cream contains on average 150 calories per 100 grams. This number varies depending on the brand chosen or the ingredients selected for a homemade recipe.
Calories and nutritional value of caramel cream
The caramel cream provides 150 kcal per 100 grams, including 4g of fat, 23g of carbohydrates, and 4.5g of protein.
So it is a rich dessert that is not necessarily recommended when dieting. As part of the Weight Watchers diet, a caramel cream jar counts for 2 ½ points.
In general, it is better to opt niwali keto for more “light” dairy desserts on a daily basis, such as a yoghurt with honey or sweetener, or white cheese with applesauce.
Nothing, however, prevents pleasure from time to time, especially as there are easy and light recipes. Better to favor a homemade dessert than to opt for a cream of the dairy type, which is not controlled composition. In case of pregnancy, it is important to have the opinion of your doctor on the most suitable diet.
Homemade caramel cream recipe
– 1L of skimmed milk
– 8 organic eggs
– 100g of powdered sugar
– 1 packet of vanilla powder (or 1 vanilla pod)
– liquid caramel
1 – Mix sugar and eggs (with thermomix for example)
2 – Warm the milk and then add it with the vanilla to the preparation
3 – Mix again
4 – Put some caramel in the bottom of the ramekins
5 – Place in the fridge and allow to set
6 – Pour the mixture over the layer of caramel in each of the ramekins
7 – Place in a bain-marie
8 – Allow a cooking time of 1 / 2h at 180 ° C (thermostat 6)
Let cool a few hours before tasting.
Origin and composition of caramel cream
Caramel cream is also called caramel flan (flado, in ancient German, meaning “cake”). It is tasted all over the world with different flavors (salted butter, with coconut, with milk jam or dulce de leche, prepared in a bain-marie, oven or microwave, thick or more liquid …)
Its origin is poorly known, but its notoriety makes it present and appreciated on all continents.
In any case, its base is from eggs, sugar, milk and a vanilla pod. Some people add gelatin to the preparation.