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Are éclats aux noisettes vegan?

Éclats aux noisettes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is éclats aux noisettes?

Éclats aux noisettes, also known as hazelnut praline, are small pieces of chopped or crushed roasted hazelnuts that have been mixed with caramelized sugar. These crunchy and sweet nutty bits add a delightful texture and rich flavor to various desserts, such as cakes, cookies, ice cream, and pastries. They are a popular ingredient in French cuisine and are often used to enhance the taste and presentation of gourmet dishes. Éclats aux noisettes are a perfect addition to any dessert lover's pantry and are sure to impress even the most discerning palates with their unique and delicious taste.

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