Frozen Pasteurised Baker’s Egg White

Avoid shelf life issues with our frozen liquid egg products.

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Cocotine’s pasteurised egg whites

Baker’s egg whites are often beaten and help to give your creations structure and volume. Their light texture can also make them nice and airy.

Our Pasteurised Baker’s Egg White is packaged in 1 kg cartons, each of which contains 33 egg whites.

Our pasteurised eggs come from free-range chickens farmed in France.


Advantages of our Pasteurised Baker’s Egg White

Egg whites are known for their high protein content. They are also used to lighten a dish.

Our Pasteurised Baker’s Egg White has no preservatives or artificial colours, and it is packaged in recyclable cartons that help retain the full nutritional value of the product.

The frozen version lets you keep your Cocotine liquid egg whites for up to 24 months in the original packaging.


Ideal for food service professionals

Cocotine’s liquid egg whites can be used in a multitude of recipes, such as meringues, macarons, mousses and pastries.

Thaw your Pasteurised Baker’s Egg White by leaving the carton in a cool, dry place (at a temperature of 0-4°C) for 12 to 24 hours. Use within five days of opening.


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Carton 1kg or 5kg


Sponge Fingers with Dried Apricots and Almonds (100 guests)

  • 9 kg Cocotine Pasteurised Baker’s Egg White
  • 1 kg butter
  • 2 kg icing sugar
  • 800 g flour
  • 800 g almond powder
  • 48 g baking powder
  • 50 dried apricots
  • 200 g raw almonds

Melt the butter.

Mix the almond powder, icing sugar, baking powder and flour.

Add some Guérande sea salt.

Beat the Cocotine liquid egg whites and add to the dry mix.

Add the butter and mix until the dough is smooth.

Pour into small cardboard boxes.

Recut the dried apricots and decorate with raw almonds.

Bake for 20 minutes at 180°C. Let cool and serve.

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