PROZIS ZERO FRUIT SPREAD
Jam-packed with goodness, not with sugar
A nice, big gob of jam on a slice of toast, who isn't tempted by that? It's common knowledge however that fruit jams and jellies are often loaded with sugars, meaning that they are often off-limits to athletes and people trying to control their weight. Until now, that is.
Prozis Zero Fruit Spread will have calorie-conscious people sigh in relief! Fat-free and with only a bare minimum of sugars, it's just the product for everyone who prefers to keep an eye on their calorie and sugar intake, yet likes to indulge in a truly delicious treat from time to time. Forget all about forbidden fruit, now there's Zero Fruit Spread!
Compared with a regular fruit spread*, Prozis Zero Fruit Spread shows up as the healthier option. Check it out:
|Per 100 g
||Zero Fruit Spread Apricot-Pear
* Reference product: "Basic Report 19297, JAMS AND PRESERVES" (2018 USDA National Nutrient Database for Standard Reference).
START EACH DAY THE PROZIS WAY
The breakfast table is only complete with a jar of Prozis Zero Fruit Spread on it. It’s superb on bread, on a scone or croissant, but also perfectly suitable for mixing into your yoghurt. And, it even works wonderfully in cake-baking!
2 tsps vanilla extract
3/4 tsp salt
75 g almond flour
250 g Prozis Instant Oats
370 g Prozis Zero Fruit Spread (flavour of choice)
330 g unsalted butter, at room temperature
110 g xylitol or raw sugar
70 g coconut sugar
1. Preheat the oven to 160ºC. Grease a 33x23 cm baking tin with non-stick spray.
2. In a bowl, combine the butter, the xylitol or raw sugar, and the coconut sugar, and beat until creamy with an electric mixer. Add and mix the vanilla and salt. On low speed, beat the almond flour and the instant oats into the mixture until the dough is just smooth.
3. Divide the dough in half. Refrigerate 1 half, wrapped in cling film, for about 30 minutes. Press the other half into the bottom of the tin for the bottom crust. Bake it until it starts to turn light brown around the edges, for 20 minutes or so, then remove the tin from the oven.
4. Stir the fruit spread until smooth, then spread it evenly over the crust. Crumble the remaining half of the shortbread dough over the fruit spread for a crumbled topping. Place the tin back in the oven and continue baking for about 30 minutes until the topping is firm, crisp, and golden in colour. Let the shortbread cool completely before cutting it into bars.