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?
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.