- Low in carbohydrate
- High in fibres
- Prepared without eggs
Eating croissants without guilt
A lot of people won't say no to a Sunday breakfast with croissants. However, we know only too well that croissants are not very healthy and we often consider them to be guilty pleasure. Svensson's healthy croissant is delicious and can be eaten without feeling guilty afterwards.
Filled with protein
In addition to the advantage of not having to go to the bakery in the morning for fresh croissants, there are also many other nutritional benefits. Per serving of 50g, you get 15g of protein, whereas the baker's croissants contain only 4.6g. Adequate protein intake offers many benefits to every person and is essential to maintain a healthy lifestyle. In addition, your body needs more time to digest protein and will therefore feel more satiated and less likely to take in snacks.
Start your day with healthy, high-fibre & low-carb croissants
Do you follow a low-carb diet or do you watch your carbohydrates daily? Then the croissants can certainly be beneficial for you. Normal croissants contain no less than 25.1 g of carbohydrates, while this light version only contains 4 g. So you can enjoy cereal products during your low-carb diet and you should not eliminate all cereal products. In addition, the healthy croissants also contain many more fibres that keep your intestines healthy, keep your weight up and reduce the risk of intestinal cancer.
Croissant prepared without eggs
Some of us cannot enjoy a croissant because it usually contains egg. Svenssons healthy croissants are prepared without eggs so that everyone can incorporate these tasty croissants into their diet.
wheatgluten, rice protein, lupine-protein, acacia fiber, wheat fibre, butter, extra virgin olive oil, salt, E471, soyalecithin, sodium cyclamate, sodium sorbate, vanilla, lemon.
Boost gluten (wheat), lupine, milk and soya.
Nutritional information per croissant (50 g)
|Energy||162 kcal/678 kJ|
|5, 5 g|
|Of which sugars||0.5 g|
|Fibres||7, 5 g|