Heat the oven to 180 degrees. Put the eggs, dates (without stones), apple sauce, honey, cinnamon and bananas in pieces in a food processor.
Mix into a smooth paste. Add the spelled flour and baking powder and stir or mix briefly.
Cut the apple into small pieces and mix in the batter together with the raisins.
Grease a cake pan or covered with baking paper.
Add the batter here. Bake the banana bread with apple in the oven for about 50 minutes until it is done.… Read more
Preheat the oven to 180 degrees. Mix the cinnamon, salt and baking powder into the spelled flour. Beat the eggs lightly in a bowl.
Add the apple sauce and honey and beat through it. Then add the flour mixture and mix through. Finally add the raisins and chopped nuts.
Make 5 heaps on a baking sheet with baking paper. Bake until tender and golden brown in about 12 minutes. They remain soft on the inside.
Also check out this recipe for mini apple flaps… Read more
Make a healthy and tasty banana bread yourself with this easy basic recipe with only 6 ingredients such as dates
Heat the oven to 180 degrees. Place the dates in hot water for 5 minutes to soften them, remove the seed and cut into pieces. Put 3 bananas with the eggs, cinnamon and dates in a food processor and mix until smooth. Put this in a bowl and fold in the spelled flour and baking powder. Pour the batter into a cake pan and place a halved banana on top.
Bake the banana bread in the oven for about 50 minutes. Then check with a skewer if the healthy banana bread is cooked. Keep the banana bread covered with foil or freeze into slices.Tip: you can also add raisins, nuts and / or fruit to the batter.… Read more
For the May challenge Marcellin from Marcellin in Cucina dared us to make Lamingtons. An Australian delicacy that is as tasty as it is elegant.
I really encourange you to try this sweet little thing. A cube of vanilla sponge cake dipped in chocolate icing then coated with desiccated coconut – yummy.
If you are like me, you will go through 3 stages:
you will think that this is really easy to bake;then you will discover that it actually is not as it is a little bit messy; andthen you will taste them and will realize that it was worthy.
For a longer time, I had wanted to try some recipe by Stephanie Janorski from the Joy of Baking and as soon as I learnt she actually has a recipe for the lamingtons I knew I was going to use her recipe. Added value is that Mrs Janorski has also made a video of hee method so if you will be confused how to bake these you can check it out.… Read more
For June, my favourite group of bakers decided to go “lemon”. I have decided to go for a classic bundt cake with a marble effect. I have found a great recipe, change it a little bit and I really recommend you also trying it. This bundt cake is not dry at all and smells and tastes wonderful 🙂
We will need:
3 eggs – yolks and egg whites carefully separated 190 g (1 cup and 1 TBSP) of caster sugar 135 ml (1/2 cup and 1 TBSP) of oil juice from 2 lemons 225 g (1 and 1/2 REALLY full cups) of yogurt 1 tspn of vanilla extract UPDATE: 300g (2 cups) of all purpose flour 1 baking powder – 12 g – (1 TBSP) 3 tspn of cacao – 2 tspn of yogurt
All ingredients should be of room temperature. Preheat your oven at 200°C/390°F.
Beat the egg whites so that their peeks are rather stiff. Be careful when separating the egg whites and yolks – no even a slightest bit of the yolks is allowed in the egg whites.… Read more