by Dawn Foods Ltd
May 19th, 2021
3 mins

Dawn Foods has further expanded its range of vegan-suitable ingredients with the launch of a range of gelatine-free Fonds to stabilise non-dairy and plant-based creams for use in mousses, bavarois and desserts. This versatile fond can also be with dairy cream.

Dawn Balance Gelatine Free Fonds enable bakers and chefs to stabilise, gelatinise, flavour, and sweeten cream in finished products without using animal gelatine, making the finished products suitable for a wide range of customers – vegan, vegetarian, and flexitarian as well as saving costs on buying in different ingredients.

The new Fonds are available in Fruity, ideal for mixing with fruity flavours, Sweet, for use with non-fruit flavours and Chocolate, perfect for chocolate flavour applications. They can be used with dairy, non-dairy or plant-based creams with no compromise on performance. Bakers simply add the powdered gelatine-free Fond to the chosen base flavour – a compound, fruit puree or liquid for example, mixing together with water and whipped dairy cream for a vegetarian bavarois or mousse or whipped dairy-free cream for a vegan alternative.

With good solubility and stability, Dawn Balance Gelatine Free Fonds not only mean that finished patisserie and desserts have a consistent, taste, colour, and texture but use of the Fonds ensures excellent solidification and cut-ability of the mousse or bavarois. The Gelatine Free Fonds are also freeze and thaw stable.

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