Heard for many Germans Walnut nougat cream just add it to breakfast. Whether on bread or rolls, the sweet spread is as good for adults as it is for children. But the delicious breakfast cream is anything but healthy. Cardiologist and internist Stefan Waller even warns: walnut nougat cream is a real “cardio killer”.
Too much sugar and fat: walnut nougat cream is bad for the heart
A look at the ingredients of commercially available nut nougat creams clearly shows why the health expert has been using sweet food for so long. bad for the heart is holding. “Over 50% sugar and over 30% fat,” Waller explains in an article for focus online. “In fact, this cardio killer should Fat Bomb Sugar mean”.
The expert’s judgment coincides with an investigation that Consumer magazine Ökotest recently commissioned. 21 walnut nougat creams were sifted through. The shocking result here too: Sugar and fat were the main ingredients of most products. Box office hits like Nutella Cream and Milka fared particularly poorly.
In any case, the cardiologist Waller is convinced: just before daily consumption nut nougat creams should actually be lighter considering the unhealthy ingredients warned will be.
Homemade nut nougat cream as a healthy alternative to the “cardio killer”
Instead of the “cardio killer”, Stefan Waller recommends a healthier alternative for all foodies: homemade walnut nougat cream. The fitting Recipe it also introduces it immediately. The highlight: it contains no industrial sugar, only natural sugar and also does not contain palm fat that is harmful to the environment.
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You need these ingredients for the hearty nut nougat cream:
- 100 grams of dates
- 200ml) milk
- 300 grams of hazelnuts
- 4 tablespoons cocoa powder
- 1 teaspoon vanilla
the preparation is very simple: the hazelnuts are roasted for 8 to 10 minutes at 200 degrees. Then they are chopped in the food processor together with the dates and all the other ingredients – and the healthy breakfast spread is ready.
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