A mixture of ground almonds, sugar, and glucose. The Odense brand of almond paste is a good one to try. It can be found in the baking aisle in most grocery stores. Back to the top
A sweet paste made from finely ground blanched almonds mixed with powdered sugar and enough glucose or syrup to bind it together.
A paste made from ground almonds and sugar, with egg whites used optionally. This paste is used to make cake decorations. Almond paste is also known by the name of marzipan.
A mixture of ground almonds, sugar, and glucose. Often used as a pastry filling.
Made of ground blanched almonds, sugar and glycerin or other liquid. Almond extract is sometimes added for more intense almond flavor. Almond paste is less sweet and slightly coarser than marzipan. Used in a variety of confections, it is available in most supermarkets.
White almonds that have been ground, blanched, sweetened with sugar, and perhaps flavored with pistachio, orange blossom
a blend of ground, blanched almonds cooked with sugar to make a creamy, firm paste. It is used as an ingredient in cakes, cookies, ice cream, pastries tarts. (It is the secret ingredient in rainbow and pignoli cookies, macaroons, kranskage, Danish pastries and Swedish mazarins.) And almond paste can be used to make marzipan, a sweet almond confection. [see below] Quality almond paste usually contains more than 50% almonds and the balance is sugar. courtesy Love'n Bake.com
A sweet, pliable mixture of ground almonds, sugar and sometimes, unbeaten egg whites. It's often tinted with food coloring and molded into a variety of forms. Also known as marzipan.
Mixture of ground blanched almonds with granulated and confectioners' sugar
a mixture of sugar, almonds, and rose water traditional among Christmas foods in Europe. Used to make marzipan and for decorations.