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Clockless eating is the new meal reality: globally we experience a shift from three main mealtimes to a pattern of smaller meals during the day. As a result consumers eat more and more snacks out of their home and on-the-go. For the baked goods industry its the challenge to develop a food offering that will become more convenient for on-the-go eating. This muffin recipe is one of the interesting options to consider.
The Taste Tomorrow research shows that in the future consumers expect that availability of food will improve to become available everywhere at any time. We experience a growing popularity in to-go cake products, often single-packed. Because of their small format, those bite-size portions, have the tendency to be more fragile and gets harder and dryer along their shelf-life. That’s why, over the last decades, Puratos developed it’s unique Acti-Fresh technology to make cake products more resistant, more cohesive and taste fresher. All in order to make snacking on-the-go as convenient as possible to your customers.
Mix the Tegral Satin Muffin, eggs, oil and water together for 5 minutes at medium speed.
Add the Belcolade K10.
Pipe 35 g in the mould.
Bake at 180 °C for 18 to 20 minutes.
The Acti-Fresh technology, which is available in different format, is used in the Tegral Satin Muffin mix gives this recipe its unique soft and moist texture. Read more about this technical innovation and learn how it can be helpful for your business.
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