What’s in a Panera bear claw?



Freshly baked pastry made with an almond filling and drizzled with icing and sliced almonds.

What is the filling in a Panera bear claw?

almond filling

Freshly baked pastry made with an almond filling and drizzled with icing and sliced almonds.

What is inside of a bear claw?





A bear claw is usually filled with almond paste, and sometimes raisins, and often shaped in a semicircle with slices along the curved edge, or rectangular with partial slices along one side. As the dough rises, the sections separate, evoking the shape of a bear’s toes, hence the name.

Does a bear claw donut have filling?

What’s in a bear claw pastry filling? Traditionally, a bear claw pastry contains a rich almond paste filling. Top this off (sometimes) with raisins and cinnamon sugar, and you’re ready to dive in.

What flavor are bear claws?

almond-flavored

Notes: While the bear claw is sometimes considered a doughnut, it’s common for bear claws to be almond-flavored pastries more similar to fritters in texture.



Is a bear claw an apple fritter?



NOTES: While the bear claw is sometimes considered a donut, it’s common for bear claws to be almond-flavored pastries more similar to fritters in texture.

How much sugar is in a bear claw?

Bear claw contains 480 calories per 113 g serving. This serving contains 23 g of fat, 10 g of protein and 57 g of carbohydrate. The latter is 19 g sugar and 3.1 g of dietary fiber, the rest is complex carbohydrate.

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Do you warm up bear claws?

We bake them a couple of weeks before Christmas and then freeze them to serve with our traditional Day After Christmas Breakfast. We thaw them overnight and then put them on a baking sheet covered with foil, and then warm them up in a 350-degree oven for about 10 minutes. Like that freezer time never even happened.