Maple Walnut

Maple Walnut

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Genuine Canadian maple syrup is the keynote ingredient in this very famous Mövenpick recipe– as flavour for the Swiss ice cream at its heart and flavour for the maple-syrup ripple. Caramelised walnuts add sweetness and crunch, their crispness maintained in a fashion that only a master ice-cream maker can achieve. A recipe that has been a favourite since the very beginning of Mövenpick ice cream.

Enjoy the pleasure of a recipe with no artificial additives or colours!

Maple Syrup

More about maple syrup...
The indigenous peoples of northeastern North America discovered the sweet sap of the sugar maple. In spring, when the temperature rises but the nights are still frosty, nutrients rise from the roots of the trees into their buds. This sap is then tapped and boiled down, which is what gives maple syrup its typical flavour. Also: The trees can’t be tapped until they’re about 40 years old. Then they will yield 30 to 50 litres of sap every two weeks. This quantity condenses to about 1 litre of maple syrup.Pure maple syrup still contains all the vitamins and some of the minerals.After maple sap has been condensed into syrup it has a sugar content of around 60 percent. Ideal for sweetening fruit salads or for marinading fish or spare ribs.


More about walnut...
Walnuts are versatile. They are rich in omega-3 fatty acids and are used in both sweet and savoury dishes. The nuts are harvested in almost every growth stage, from green to ripe. And a liqueur is produced from the shells. Also: For a long time walnuts were the most expensive nuts in the world. In ancient Rome as well: at weddings walnuts were thrown about the bride and groom instead of rice or confetti. Walnuts have to be fresh. Only when fresh do they have that unforgettable buttery caramel flavour. In the Middle East the green, unripe nuts are preserved in syrup or honey. These go well with desserts or cheese.

Maple Walnut is perfect with...

Sweet dishes and desserts:

  • Cinnamon waffles
  • Orange pancakes
  • Chocolate muffins
  • Apple sauce with blackberries
  • Plum gratin
  • Pain perdu (French toast) with cinnamon

Savoury dishes and foods:

  • Goose liver, seared or terrine
  • Venison cutlet, flambé
  • Caramelised pumpkin
  • Blue cheese, e.g. Gorgonzola al naturale with walnut bread

Nutrition information: 100 ml 100g
Energy: 636 kJ (152 kcal) 1102 kJ (263 kcal)
Protein: 2.0 g 3.4 g
Total carbohydrate: 18.1 g 31.4 g
Fat: 7.9 g 13.6 g
Fibre: 0.3 g 0.6 g


  • Milk and dairy products
  • Lactose
  • Eggs and products thereof
  • Nuts and products thereof (e.g., almond, hazelnut, cashew, walnut, pistachio)

    175 ml

    This practical size is used for take-away. It’s the perfect format to indulge oneself and to enjoy a moment of pure pleasure!

    900 ml

    This is our family-size pack in the take-away range. Spoil your beloved ones with a delicious Ice Cream dessert – they will be delighted!