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Are éclats denoisettes vegan?

Éclats denoisettes is a vegan food ingredient.

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So, what is éclats denoisettes?

"Éclats de noisettes" refers to roasted and chopped hazelnut pieces that add a delicious nutty crunch to a wide range of baked goods, desserts, and savory dishes. With their distinctively rich and buttery flavor, these petite-sized fragments are a versatile ingredient that can be used in a variety of ways, whether as a topping for cakes, ice cream or yogurt, or as an inclusion in chocolate truffles, cookies, or granola bars. High in healthy fats, fiber, and essential minerals like magnesium and vitamin E, "éclats de noisettes" is also a heart-healthy ingredient that adds both flavor and nutrition to any meal.

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