Short description

Our tasty organic apricots are dried in the sun using traditional methods, hence their beautiful golden color.

This also guarantees the absence of sulfur dioxide treatment.

Sublimated by apple juice, they result from the know-how of French producers, who for more than a century have perpetuated their ancestral manufacturing methods, from generation to generation.

They are an excellent supply of carbohydrate and pro-vitamin A and are very popular with athletes.

Savor them plain, in mueslis, dishes or tasty desserts.

They come from organic farming certified FR-BIO-16.

They are sold in a recyclable kraft bag, produced by a French family business.

The zip closure allows you to better preserve your products.

Organic Dried Apricots from France - direct producer

Short description

Our tasty organic apricots are dried in the sun using traditional methods, hence their beautiful golden color.

This also guarantees the absence of sulfur dioxide treatment.

Sublimated by apple juice, they result from the know-how of French producers, who for more than a century have perpetuated their ancestral manufacturing methods, from generation to generation.

They are an excellent supply of carbohydrate and pro-vitamin A and are very popular with athletes.

Savor them plain, in mueslis, dishes or tasty desserts.

They come from organic farming certified FR-BIO-16.

They are sold in a recyclable kraft bag, produced by a French family business.

The zip closure allows you to better preserve your products.

7.87 €
VAT included
Poids
  • 150g
  • 250g
  • 500g
  • 1kg
Quantity
En stock

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Nutritional value per 100g :

Protein: 3.39 g

Fat: 0.51 g

Carbohydrates: 62.64 g

Energy: 241 kCal

Water: 30.89 g

Fiber: 7.3 g

Originally from the mountains of Central Asia, the apricot tree grew in the wild 5 millennia ago and was introduced to Europe by Alexander the Great.

The Romans nicknamed it praecoquum, which means “precocious”.

Imported from Italy in the mid-15th century, it was not initially very successful in France, but 300 years later, apricot cultivation took off.

The apricot tree is present on 5 continents, but more than 50% of world apricot production is carried out in the Mediterranean basin.

Vegan apricot cookie recipe:

- 160 gr of T65 wheat flour

- 70 gr of brown cane sugar

- 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon

- 1 pinch of salt

- 6 tablespoons of olive oil

- 6 tablespoons of vegetable milk

- 10 dried apricots in apple juice

Preheat your oven to 180 ° C.

Combine the flour, brown sugar, cinnamon and salt.

Then add the oil and milk and stir until you get a smooth paste.

Cut the dried apricots in apple juice into small pieces and incorporate them into your preparation.

Then roll out the dough with a rolling pin on a sheet of baking paper and form a rectangle 2 mm thick.

Cut out shapes with a cookie cutter or with a knife.

Place the cookies on a baking sheet lined with baking paper or with a silicone mat.

Finally, cook for 12 min at 180 ° C.

Your cookies are golden brown!

Enjoy!



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