Net Quantity (g/ml):
350g (Each pack 175g)
The products of Ülker Company, founded in 1944 and started production as Ülker Bisküvi in Eminönü, have survived until today without compromising on quality and taste. For Ülker, which operates in a customer-oriented manner, the satisfaction of the consumer comes first.
Wheat flour, sugar, vegetable oil (palm), invert sugar syrup, whole milk pasteurized (2.5%), leavening agents (ammonium hydrogen carbonate, sodium hydrogen carbonate, disodium diphosphate), whey powder (milk), salt, flavoring donor, flour processing agent (sodium metabisulfite).Allergen Warning Contains gluten, milk, sulphites. May contain traces of egg, hazelnut and soy.
Store in a cool and dry environment
Nutritional Value per 100g
Energy in kcal: 451kcal
Energy in kJ: 1885kJ
Fat: 14g (Saturated fat 6.8g, No Trans Fat)
Petit Beurre Biscuit Cake Recipe
What do you need?
3 glasses of milk
1 packet of vanilla
4 tablespoons of sugar
2 soup spoons of cocoa
2 tablespoons of flour
50 g milk chocolate (optional)
1 package of plain petibor biscuits
1 pack of cocoa petibor biscuits
How to Make Petibor Biscuit Cake?
Mix milk, vanilla, sugar, cocoa, flour on the stove over low heat until it thickens.
Take the pudding from the heat and add the chocolate inside.
Before the pudding cools down, place 1 teaspoon of pudding on each side of the petibores and place them in order.
After you have arranged all the petibor biscuits, spread the remaining pudding on your cake and gently plaster it around.
Let it rest in the fridge for 2-3 hours and add the fruit you want on it. Enjoy your meal.
Note: You can use one type of petibor biscuit in your cake. Use a rectangular plate or tray. The sides of the bowl in which you will make the cake should be high, or you should put a tea glass and lean the petibörs against the tea glass.