Preparation time: 10 minutes Cooking time: 20 minutesIngredients: – 2 rolls of puff pastry – 280 gr. of almond powder – 140 gr. of sugar – 2 eggs – 100 gr. of melted butter – 1 egg yolk (to decorate but I forgot) – 1 charm (we didn’t had any so we put a cleaned beer cap #oups) [/three_columns_one] [three_columns_two_last] Instructions Take your pie plate and put butter on it so it won’t be sticky after. Place one puff pastry on the bottom and prick the dough with a fork. In a bowl, mix together the almond powder, the sugar, the 2 eggs and the soft butter. Place this doe into the pie plate and hide the charm. Cover the pie plate with the second puff pastry and seal the edges as best as you can. If you feel artistic, you can draw a pattern on the puff pastry and brush with the egg yolk to have a shiny result. Put in the oven for 20 to 30 minutes at 200°C. Check regularly the cooking to make sure that you pie won’t burn! [/three_columns_two_last] [divider]
Preparation time: 5 minutes Cooking time: +- 10 min minutesIngredients: – 150 g of grated coconut – 100 g of sugar – 1 egg – 2 egg white [/three_columns_one] [three_columns_two_last] Instructions Preheat the oven at 200°C (or cook a kings pie hehe). In a bowl, mix together the coconut, sugar and the egg. On the side, whisk the egg whites and then incorporate slowly the whisked egg white in the coconut preparation. It will make it super fluffy. If you are lazy (like me), just add the full eggs and it will be heavier like a cookie. On a sheet of oven-proof paper, create little balls of coconut preparation and put in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes. You should take out the coconut macaroons once they start to become with a golden color. Let it cool before trying… If you can! [/three_columns_two_last] [divider]
Would you like to try those recipes? If yes, please send me a picture, I would love to see your creations 🙂 Bon appetit!
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