This year again, the cake was analyzed by the laboratory of WESSLING Hungary Kft.

Spotted Annie also visited our laboratory

The cake of Margit Varga confectioner, with no added sugar, won the Sugar-Free Cake of Hungary competition, announced each year by the One Drop of Attention Foundation, together with the Hungarian Confectioner Industry Board. The victory of Spotted Annie was announced at the Parliament, together with the announcement of the Cake of Hungary and the program of the August 20 festivities.

This year again, the cake was analyzed by the laboratory of WESSLING Hungary Kft.

The Sugar-Free Cake of Hungary competition, open to all confectioneries and catering businesses, was announced for the sixth time by the One Drop of Attention Foundation and the Hungarian Confectioner Industry Board. Confectioners could choose from a list of ingredients approved by the Hungarian Dietetic Association. The winner of the competition was Spotted Annie, created by the Zazzi Confectionery of Budapest.

 

The cake contains no added sugar or white flour, the delightfully sour taste of fresh raspberry mousse is gently complemented by the sweetness of the plum layer. At the same time, there is a great harmony between the plum and the sponge cake with poppy seeds, in which the intense taste of poppy is made more silky by the almond flour. It radiates happiness and lightness, emphasized by the spots on top. When selecting a name, the confectioner was inspired by these decorations.

Spotted Annie is a low carbohydrate, light delicacy that can be included in a balanced diet, a cake which can be enjoyed by diabetics as well.

 

Based on the calculations of the Hungarian Dietetic Association, one slice of the cake contains 6 g of carbohydrates and 167 kcal. Analyses were carried out by the independent food testing laboratory of WESSLING Hungary Kft. With the competition, the goal of the One Drop of Attention Foundation is to draw the attention of confectioners to the increasing demand for cakes that contain no added sugar, which can be included in a balanced diet. This year, the Cake of Hungary was the Balaton Hazelnut Mousse, prepared by Orsolya Vaslóczki. The two winning cakes will be first available to the general public for tasting on August 19 and 20 at the Street of Hungarian Flavors in Budapest.

 

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