Almond splinters

Almond splinters

Almond splinters are similar to almond sticks, except that they are partially broken into smaller pieces and are cheaper. Almond splinters are made from sweet almonds whose dark skin has been removed. They are suitable for baking in cakes, sprinkling cakes or desserts. Almond splinters are also used in rice dishes of Turkish or Arabic cuisine.

All data per 100 g:
640 kcal
20 g
19 g
54 g

Recipes with Almond splinters

Almond muesli bar
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Almond splinters
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Amaretto Almond Cake
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Amaretto nut corners
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Apple cake with almond slivers
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Apple Cinnamon Flame Cake
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Apple pancake from the oven
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Apple Plum Cake
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Bananas Split Ice Cream
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