Mascarpone Becher von GOLDSTEIG in Verpackung auf Holztisch

Mascarpone, 250 g and 500 g

GOLDSTEIG Mascarpone stands out from the crowd due to its fresh, milky and above all creamy flavour. A type of cheese for every occasion!

Mascarpone von GOLDSTEIG ohne Verpackung mit Beeren und Minze
Vegetarian cheese

Vegetarian cheese

All the cheeses made by us are suitable for lacto-ovo-vegetarians and lacto-vegetarians due to the exclusive use of microbial rennet (no animal rennet). All the cheeses have been certified by ProVeg e.V. and are therefore allowed to carry the V-Label (quality seal for vegetarian products).

No genetic engineering

No genetic engineering

The “No genetic engineering” seal is issued by the “Lebensmittel ohne Gentechnik e.V.” association. The aim is to support and promote the production of food with no genetic engineering and educate consumers.

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  • Wonderfully smooth cream cheese
  • Perfect for tiramisu, cakes and sandwich spreads
  • Also suitable for refining soups or dips
  • Made from pasteurised cream
  • Vegetarian
  • No genetic engineering
  • Resealable lid
  • 87% FDM
Ingredients / Nutritional information
Pasteurised cream, acidifiers: citric acid
Average nutritional values per 100 g GOLDSTEIG Mascarpone
Energy1582 kJ / 384 kcal
of which saturated fatty acids
40.0 g
28.0 g
of which sugars
3.0 g
3.0 g
Protein3.0 g
Salt0.10 g
Mozzarella Käsefacts präsentiert vm GOLDSTEIG Käsemeister mit einem Stück Emmentaler in der Goldsteig Käserei

Fascinating facts about this cream cheese!

Presented by our GOLDSTEIG cheese master

But with cream please

Mascarpone is made from fresh cream

Rahm, Sahne für Mascarpone von GOLDSTEIG

Mascarpone is an extremely creamy type of cream cheese with a relatively high fat content. Produced using a traditional Italian method, this type of cream cheese is made from pasteurised cream that has an acidifier added to it, e.g. citric acid.

This results in a rich doublecream cheesethat is definitely not a light food but has an irresistibly delicious flavour.

“Lift me up”

How the delicious mascarpone dessert got its name

Zwei Wanderer vor Sonnenuntergang steigen auf einen Berg- GOLDSTEIG Mascarpone

Tiramisu is undoubtedly the dessert where this cream cheese is used more frequently and is therefore also called the tiramisucheese. There are different stories of how tiramisu got its name.

The most famous one is the following version from the 1940s: a guest in a trattoria is supposed to have called for a dessert that was similar to tiramisu : “C’cha tirato su” – which more or less means “It lifted me up”. “Tirami su” translated literally means “Lift me up.”

Whether it “lifted the guest up” because it was so delicious or because of the stimulating effect the coffee, cocoa and alcohol in it had, is not known though.

Fresh Italian

Mascarpone originally comes from the Lombardy region

Junge mit Gesichtsbemalung in den Farben der italienischen Flagge - GOLDSTEIG Mascarpone

The popular rich cream cheese originates from the town of Lordi in northern Italy’s Lombardy region. The word “Mascarpone” is derived from the word for cream in the Lombardy dialect “mascherpa”. In the meantime it is also made outside Italy and appreciated worldwide.

Back then, this kind of cream cheese was mainly produced during the cold months as it did not last a very long time as a rich cream cheese speciality. Thanks to the fridge, this rich cream cheese can be enjoyed at any time of year today.

An all-round genius

Mascarpone is one of the most versatile types of cheese

Tomatensuppe mit Mascarpone von GOLDSTEIG in einem Teller auf Holztisch

Its extremely creamy quality make Mascarpone a popular ingredient in cooking and baking. Whether it’s for tiramisu, for fruity creams, delicious cakes or simply with a fruit salad, this cream cheese is always a creamy temptationgoes really well with this.

However, it is also ideal for cooking thanks to its creamy consistency. In a pasta sauce, risotto, hearty oven baked dish or as a spread with herbs and spices, Mascarpone is a multi talent that gives every dish an Italian touch. In Italy, Mascarpone is therefore often used to refine tomato soups or tomato sauces.

Frau steht mit Schürze in der Küche und hebt gerade den Topfdeckel an. Auf der Arbeitsfläche sieht man geschnittene Tomaten liegen.

Andreas Meier recommends!

Surprise your friends and family with these exceptional Mascarpone recipes, created exclusively by our herb chef Andreas Meiergoes really well with this. You can find even more delicious recipes here:

Mascarpone recipes

Mascarpone Rezept Marzipan Mascarpone Ricotta Creme von GOLDSTEIG mit Beerenragout und frischen Beeren im Glas

Marzipan, mascarpone and ricotta cream with berry ragout

  • Up to 15 min.
  • Normal
  • Vegetarian

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Mascarpone Rezept Birnen Mascarpone Ricotta Creme von GOLDSTEIG in Holzkästchen mit glasierter Erdbeere und Birnencrisp in Holzschale

Pear, mascarpone and ricotta cream

  • Up to 15 min.
  • Normal

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Mascarpone Rezept Smoothie Mascarpone Creme von GOLDSTEIG mit Orangengelee und Kakao-Espuma an Fruchtstücke auf Teller

Mascarpone cream smoothie with orange jelly and cocoa espuma

  • Up to 15 min.
  • Normal

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Mascarpone Rezept Tiramisu mit Mascarpone und Ricotta von Goldsteig, Löffelbiskuits dazu Mangogelee auf Teller

Tiramisu with mango jelly

  • Up to 30 min.
  • Normal

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Mascarpone Rezept Ofenschlupfer mit Ricotta und Mascarpone von GOLDSTEIG mit Pflaumenmus auf Teller

Ofenschlupfer with ricotta and mascarpone

  • Up to 30 min.
  • Normal
  • Vegetarian

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Mascarpone Rezept Schokoladenkuchen mit Mascarpone und Butter von GOLDSTEIG, Flüssigkern und Dunkelbier auf Teller

Melt in the middle chocolate cake with mascarpone and dark beer

  • Up to 15 min.
  • Simple
  • Vegetarian

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