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May 29, 2020
One of the first things I ever baked is still one of my most requested. And these bite sized Frangipane tarts are simple to make and mouth meltingly soft, crumbly and sweet. Delicious…
I don’t make the traditional frangipane in a tart case, I use silicone moulds and just the wet ingredients.
Ingredients:100gms unsalted butter100gms caster sugar100gms ground almonds2 eggsBlueberriesFlaked almondsIcing sugar to dust on top to decorate
Method:Preheat oven to 170⁰C
Choose some moulds you want to use and grease them. Beat the butter and sugar until light & fluffy, then add the eggs one at a time, beating each time. Add the ground almonds and fold in. Pour into the prepared moulds up to ¾ full. Drop a few blueberries on to each cake, quantity will vary depending on individual cake size.
Sprinkle over the flaked almonds and bake for appx 20-25 mins.
They are ready once browned on top and firm to the touch. Leave to cool on a wire rack. Dust with icing sugar to serve.
Ingredients:250gms plain flour240gms oats200gms caster sugar100gms unsalted butter75gms light brown sugar1 tbsp water1 tsp baking powder1 tsp vanilla essence¼ tsp ground cinnamon2 eggs
Method:Preheat oven to 175⁰C
Beat butter and sugar until smooth and creamy. Add eggs, vanilla and water and mix well. Add salt, baking powder and cinnamon and again beat together. Then add the flour, mix until just combined. Add the oats and mix again until just combined.
Drop spoonfuls of the mixture onto a lined baking tray, leaving space in between each one. Bake for appx 8-12 mins depending on the size of each biscuit. Once cooked. Leave to cool on a wire rack.
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