Ingrédients pour la pâtisserie : tableau des calories

Ingrédients pour la pâtisserie


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Some of the most common baking ingredients including baking powder, baking soda, cornstarch, flour, sugar, and various extracts. Powdered items are higher in carbs than fats or protein, though they typically do not significantly increase the carb content of the recipe in which they are used.

Calorie Content

While you should refer to the calorie counter for each item to determine its calorie contents, baking ingredients tend to be fairly low in calories – this is largely due to the fact that most recipes call for only a small amount of baking ingredients. For example, an entire batch of cookies may only require 1 teaspoon of baking soda. Thus, baking soda does not significantly contribute to the carbohydrate content of the final dish.

Low in Fats

Baking is an incredibly versatile cooking method that typically involves prolonged exposure to dry heat. In the case of meats, the food is cooked in its own juices so you do not need a lot of cooking fats. In the case of baked goods like cakes and pastries, however, some type of fat is required to help the baking ingredients stick together and to give the final product the right texture.
Different baking ingredients have different vitamin and mineral content – you may even be able to find items that have been fortified or enriched with additional nutrition. Baking ingredients like flour and sugar which are used in higher quantities in recipes than baking powder or salt may have a more significant impact on the protein, fat, or carbohydrate content of the final product.


Many baking ingredients are naturally gluten-free and wheat-free which makes them good for individuals with food allergies or restricted diets. For those who cannot tolerate common baking ingredients like cornstarch, there are other alternatives like arrowroot powder or tapioca starch. There are also dozens of forms of sweetener for those that require an alternative to processed sugar – honey, maple syrup, stevia, and even coconut sugar are good examples.

Vitamin and Mineral Content

Baking ingredients made from plants are often a good source of vitamins and minerals. Arrowroot powder, for example, contains various B-complex vitamins as well as calcium, manganese and potassium in addition to some protein. Guar gum powder is rich in soluble fiber, as is tapioca starch. Even cocoa powder, a popular baking ingredient for desserts and pastries, contains valuable antioxidants and flavonoids.