Trade Press – The Fruits of the Forest Dessert by Erlenbacher

TO ALL HOSPITALITY OUTLETS AND FOOD RETAILERS HERE IS A FRUITY, FESTIVE TREAT FOR YOUR CUSTOMERS – consider serving in your restaurant, or displaying in your shop, a fruity alternative to the traditional Christmas Pudding

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The Fruits of the Forest Tart has a soft, sweet, shortcrust pastry base covered in a creamy filling. This sugar dusted tart is garnished with ample toppings of juicy strawberries, blackberries, large blueberries (which holds their form well once defrosted) and redcurrants too. Attractively presented as a dome shaped offering, this decadent tart is tempting to the eye and is markedly superior to the premium apple pie we recently reviewed in all respects. It is a light dessert and not stodgy at all so is perfect for serving after a Christmas meal.

The cakes are offered ready to serve – pre-cut into 12 portions that can be removed as individual slices.

Fruits of the Forest Tart Preparation:

Remove the cake from packaging. Allow to defrost in the refrigerator (6-7°C) for about 18 hours. Note: Desserts need to fully defrosted but then be kept chilled to achieve good, all round, presentation

Contacts:

Erlenbacher Retail UK https://www.erlenbacher.de/en/Retail

Erlenbacher Professional https://www.erlenbacher.de/en/Professionals/Product-range/Cream-Products

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Visit here to read what guest bloggers, Janis and Adele says about another current festive offering, namely the Strawberry and Vanilla Cake by the same producer

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