Funnybones Foodservice has added a new profiterole dessert dish to its range, which is a fruity take on the original.
The new raspberry and prosecco profiteroles are made from crisp choux pastry, filled with a raspberry and prosecco flavour cream, dipped in white chocolate and then drizzled with a raspberry sauce.
“Choux pastry is currently having a moment in the spotlight with éclairs and small choux bites being right on trend," says says Tom Styman-Heighton, development chef at Funnybones Foodservice.
"This twist on a classic dessert has been given a freshness of flavour with raspberry and prosecco and is perfect for those celebration occasions like Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day, perhaps served with a glass of prosecco.
“There’s lots of scope with this dessert – elegant enough to grace a wedding or any big event, ideal for a café or restaurant dessert.
"The individual profiteroles are also perfect as a component of a sharing dessert and make great sweet canapés.”
The profiteroles arrive frozen in a case containing two 1kg resealable bags, each containing more than 50 pieces.
They are suitable for vegetarians and require defrosting before serving.