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Bio Chestnut flour from cooked chestnut

Bio Chestnut flour from cooked chestnut

As early as the Middle Ages, peasant families made flour from dried, smoked chestnuts. They baked bread from chestnut flour and also made porridge by cooking it with water or milk. In large-scale production, ground chestnuts are also the most practical form of storage for sweet chestnuts, as they do not require freezing in this form. It is easy and quick to make, which is the basis of any chestnut dessert. Chestnut flour is made from chestnuts. Neutral odor, slightly chestnut in taste, silky light in color, with a moisture content not exceeding 8%.


Chestnut 100%

Nutritional value (per 100 g):

Energy: 1358kJ / 320 kcal
Fat: 3,2 g
from which saturated fatty acids: 0,6 g
Carbohydrate: 64,6 g
from which sugar: 12,1 g
Protein: 5,6 g
Salt : < 0,1 g

Further informations

Weight per unit: 250g
Packing per carton: 8 pc.
Best before: 6 months, stored at room temperature