Marzipan is a primarily Northern European treat - traditionally made from almonds and sugar. Sukrin's version is just as good but without the sugar! Marzipan is commonly used for holiday treats (Christmas, Easter), often covered in chocolate and with an almond or a walnut on top. Or, it can be rolled out and tinted and used as the cover on cakes. The traditional Othello cake has a layer of marzipan all around the edge. Marzipan in small pieces works really well in ice cream - similar to cookie dough ice cream - and it also creates a delectable filling for baked goods. In Scandinavian countries, a pig shaped marzipan figurine is a traditional Christmas treat.
Almonds (40%), sweeteners (erythritol, steviol glycosides), isomalto-oligosaccharides, oligofructose (dietary fiber), water, potassium sorbate (preservative).