Spreads are sweet or savory spreads applied to bread, rolls or other baked goods to add flavor and texture. They are a popular choice for breakfast, snacks or sandwiches and come in many different flavors and consistencies.
Spreads are made from a variety of ingredients such as fruits, nuts, grains, cheese, ham or sausage. There are also vegetarian and vegan spreads made from plant-based ingredients such as tofu, legumes or vegetables.
Spreads can be a healthy addition to a balanced diet when consumed in moderation. However, it is important to pay attention to the nutrient and calorie content of different spreads to ensure they fit into your daily energy intake. Some spreads are rich in nutrients such as nuts or seeds, while others may contain more sugar or fat.
There are also many ways to make spreads at home by pureeing fruits, nuts or other ingredients in a blender or food processor. This way, you have the ingredients in your own hands and can determine the taste and consistency yourself. Whether you prefer industrially produced or homemade spreads, there are many ways to incorporate them into your diet.
The calorie table spreads lists all foods with calories and nutritional values. The detailed nutritional values such as carbohydrates, protein and fat are listed with the respective product in the bread spread nutrition table.