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Brown Butter Toasted Almond Blueberry Friands

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com These refined sugar free dainty friands, lightly sweetened with erythritol, are so easy and quick to make and are pure perfection when paired with nutty brown butter and plump, juicy blueberries. These little bites will definitely make a great addition to your summer picnic basket or an afternoon …

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Chocolate Barley Grass Tart

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com A luscious barley grass ganache and hazelnut einkorn chocolate tart crust is a match made in heaven. Deliciously creamy, refined-sugar free sweet and very easy to make too! Chocolate Einkorn Pastry Barley White Chocolate Filling 150 g Einkorn flour 50 g Hazelnut meal 30 g Lightly alkalized cocoa …

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Coconut Green Tea Tart – Dairy Free, Refined Sugar Free

http://schneiderchen.de | © 2018 | http://angiesrecipes.blogspot.com Similar to a bakewell tart but made with desiccated coconut flakes instead of almonds, this easy to make tart is delicious right out of the oven or cold. The wholegrain crust is made with a mix of whole spelt flour, green tea leaves and sesame seeds and has a mild sweet flavour and just …

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Easy to Make Lebanese Baklava Rolls Recipe

Baklava, aka Baklawa is a Middle-Eastern dessert whose origins may go as far back as B.C times to the Assyrian civilization.  Through the centuries, many neighboring countries adopted the delicacy and created their own versions.  Today there are dozens of types of “Baklava” grouped in Lebanese Cuisine under “Arabic Sweets”.  In its basic form, Baklava is made of fillo dough, …

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Kaak el Eid / Party Cookies Recipe

Makes about 50Ka’k el-eid are delicious ring-shaped cookies with a rather exotic taste imparted by the mastic and spices. They are particularly associated with Easter, but are also made for other feasts-“eid” means feast in Arabic.Ingredients250 g fine semolina¼ tsp finely ground Adonis mastic1/8 tsp Adonis Nutmeg GroundScant ¼ tsp Adonis Mahlab Ground1/8 tsp fast action or easy bake yeast100g …

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APRICOT JAM / KHUBANI KA MEETHA

Making jams at home is a wonderful way to preserve fresh taste that can be enjoyed during any season. Apricot is one of those fruits. You can use fresh apricot to make this jam or dried apricot can be used too. Here I used dried apricot . It can be used as jam spread on breads or use as topping over …

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Lebanese Nights Dessert Recipe – Layali Lubnan

Lebanese Nights, aka “Layali Lubnan” is an amazingly aromatic dessert that is quite refreshing in summer time.  It has a rich complex taste stemming from subtle hints of  Mastic (aka Mistika, or Mastika in Greek, or “Arabic Gum” (not to be mistaken with “Gum Arabic”) , orange blossom water and rose water.  The bottom layer is made of the actual …

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Easy to Make Lebanese Baklava Rolls Recipe

Baklava, aka Baklawa is a Middle-Eastern dessert whose origins may go as far back as B.C times to the Assyrian civilization.  Through the centuries, many neighboring countries adopted the delicacy and created their own versions.  Today there are dozens of types of “Baklava” grouped in Lebanese Cuisine under “Arabic Sweets”.  In its basic form, Baklava is made of fillo dough, …

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MANGO PUDDING / EGG-LESS MANGO PUDDING

We all love eating mangoes, specially kids love it to the core. I have written many recipes with mango, which you can find in my blog, here is one more super tasty pudding made with mango. To set mango pudding, gelatin or agar-agar is essential, for those who don’t like to use gelatin or agar-agar here is a recipe which …

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