My Italian vacation will end up shortly, I can count the days till I go home on one hand, but, despite this, a thousand things have to be done and, if it is possible, I have even more friends to meet with. Despite the time is breathing down my neck, when the girls from Instamamme asked me to contribute with a post on the occasion of their community’s 3rd birthday, I said yes right away. Read more
Did you know that in the world we can count about 7,500 varieties of apples? Yes, you have well understood, 7500. It’s incredible, isn’t it? The number of edible apples is lower, around 250 varieties. The question I asked myself after learning this is “how many varieties of apple cakes or pies can we count? “. The question has not been answered, but rather another recipe came out of my oven, in a very, very good condition.
Preheat oven to 180 ° and line a cake mold with parchment paper;
In a large bowl mix the flours with the baking powder, salt and lemon zest;
In another bowl, beat the butter with the sugar and eggs, and then pour in the almond milk slowly;
Mix the flour with egg mixture;
Peel and core the apples, cut them into very thin pieces;
Pour the mixture into the mold and garnish with apples and the coconut sugar on top;
Cook for 40 minutes, sprinkle with icing sugar.
N.B: You can substitute almond milk with regular milk and replace the coconut sugar spoon with cane sugar.
Gâteau des pommes à la farine d’épeautre
Saviez-vous que dans le monde il y a environ 7500 variétés de pommes ? Oui, vous avez bien compris, 7500. C’est étonnant, n’est ce pas ? De toute façon le numéro des pommes comestible se redue à 250 environ. La question que je me suis posé en apprenant ça, est « combien de variétés de gâteau/tarte aux pommes a-y-t ‘il ? ». La question n’a pas encore trouvé une réponse, mais plutôt une autre recette, l’ennemie mais super bonne.