Une petite in­dul­gence

In­tro­duc­ing Bonne Ma­man’s de­li­cious new caramels range. They’re lux­u­ri­ously smooth and highly ver­sa­tile, so which will you try first – Salted Caramel or Hazel­nut Pra­line Caramel?

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In­stantly recog­nis­able thanks to the sig­na­ture red ging­ham lid, Bonne Ma­man is one of Bri­tain’s best-loved con­serves. It is made in France us­ing sim­ple, tra­di­tional meth­ods and high-qual­ity, all-nat­u­ral in­gre­di­ents. That same at­ten­tion to de­tail and care is ex­tended to the way the brand’s other prod­ucts – in­clud­ing its mar­malades, com­potes and now its new in­cred­i­ble-tast­ing caramels – are cre­ated. Bonne Ma­man’s Salted Caramel is made from a rich caramel that’s lightly sea­soned with Guérande sea salt from the north­west­ern coast of France, while the Hazel­nut Pra­line Caramel uses a deeper, dark and more in­tense caramel base flavoured with lightly toasted hazel­nuts.

You can en­joy the Hazel­nut Pra­line Caramel at break­fast spread over ar­ti­san bread or thin French-style crêpes. The Salted Caramel, on the other hand, is fan­tas­tic slightly warmed and driz­zled over pan­cakes, waf­fles and desserts. And, if you add a lit­tle ap­ple juice to the caramel as it’s warm­ing, you can cre­ate a light ap­ple caramel sauce that’s de­li­cious poured over soft fruit.

Both of the mor­eish caramels work ex­tremely well in cakes and bakes, adding an ex­tra depth of flavour to choco­late fudge cakes, banof­fee pie and more. The new 220g jars are just the right size for fun in­di­vid­ual serv­ings – try this quick and easy recipe for banof­fee in a jar, per­fect for a pic­nic or a din­ner party.

Bonne Ma­man Salted Caramel (rrp £2.19) and Hazel­nut Pra­line Caramel (£2.39) are now avail­able at Sains­bury’s, Waitrose, Tesco and Mor­risons, as well as Ocado, Ama­zon and in­de­pen­dent fine food stores.

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