Happy New Year 🍀 Buckwheat cream pie

in food •  20 days ago

Hi dear Steemianer, I wish you all the best for the new year 2019 😍

I am happy that I found Steemit by chance one year ago and I am grateful for the many lovely people I have met here, it enriches my life.

My first day of the new year I started with this delicious cake, chocolaty, creamy and fruity, so sweet should be the whole year.

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For the Cake

  • 400 g Buckwheat Flour
  • 1 teaspoons Bicarb
  • 1 Teaspoons Baking Powder
  • 400 g Coconut Sugar
  • 50 g Cacao Powder
  • 100 g Date Syrup
  • 100 g Coconut Oil, Melted
  • 600 ml Almond Milk

For the filling

  • 400 ml whipped cream
  • 1 tbsp birch sugar
  • Handful Fruits of your choice
  • 1 tbsp cream stabilizer

  • 4 tbsp raspberry jam

  • 300 g Raspberries are frozen
  • 1 tbsp Birch sugar
  • 3 tsp Agar agar

Preparation cake

Preheat oven to 180° C, fan setting.


In a large bowl, mix together the flour, bicarb, baking powder, coconut sugar and cacao powder - mixing well to remove any lumps.

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Once combined, mix through the date syrup, coconut oil and almond milk until a smooth batter forms. Pour equal amounts of the batter into two lined cake tins (24 cm diameter) and bake each for 30-35 minutes. Once ready, remove and leave the cakes to cool in their tins until room temperature, around 30-35 minutes.

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While the cakes cool, make the middle layer.

The cream with the cream stabilizer and Birch sugar to a solid cream using an electric whisk – either a stand mixer or a hand whisk – until it becomes really thick. Fill the cream in a spray bag with a large spout.

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Heat the raspberries and the sugar and then pass them, if the kernels do not bother you, then you can leave this step away.

Add 2 tablespoons of cooled raspberry sauce to the agar agar and stir this mixture into the remaining raspberry sauce. Bring the sauce to a boil and simmer for 2 minutes on a low heat.

Let the raspberry sauce cool for a few minutes.

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Once the cake has cooled, distribute 2 tablespoons jam on the cake bottom.
Now they spray the cream on the cake, leaving the middle free.

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Now fill the cooled raspberry sauce in the middle of the cake.

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Spread some fruits on it, put some cream on it again and cover it with the second cake.

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Cover the cake topping with jam, decorate with cream and fruit and enjoy this cake dream.

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Oh my, I'm drooling... 😃 Your cake look so lovely and yummy! The presentation is so cute. Sometimes when we have something like that, we have this joke not to touch the cake so to keep its cute and beautiful design. The presentation is more important than us eating it! 😂

Thank you for sharing you recipe here. I hope you had a blast for new year!

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Thank you, I am glad that you like my cake. Yes, you are right, sometimes it is too good to eat. 😋

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I can not blame people who take photos first before touching the food. Sometimes the photos are just so great that it can pass for kitchen wall decors if printed and framed. 😊

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Oh my gosh, I have buckwheat flour. Another amzing recipe Sweetie! You really rock!!! I am saving it of course 🌸💖🌸

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Lol, thank you sweety 💖

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Always a pleasure my Dear 🌸💖🌸


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Thank you so much!

Oh my goodness @proanima! This cake is amazing! The whipped cream is to die for .... Did you share this one with family and friends? Happy New Year, what a sweet way to usher in 2019 :)

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Thank you dear @birdsinparadise, yes, I shared this cake with my family :)

Wow! This looks smashingly nom xD. I really like how you arrange the cake in such beautiful layers and the top part with strawberries and blueberries and kiwi fruit are so inviting, plus you did a great job taking pictures of the whole baking process, awesome :D.
                     
Congrats for your delicious curie vote ^_^.

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Thank you very much, I'm glad if you like it :D

that is a sweet way to start the new year! and when you start to eat raspberry how is it possible to stop! if I give you my address would you be so kind to send me some, it is very simple, a piece of cake :) and the pics look so real

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I would have liked to give you a piece, but unfortunately it's all gone, still a happy new year :)

You cake is lovely and I'm so happy to see a recipe using buckwheat. I am a weight loss coach and push "variety" as a way to help ourselves do better with nutrition. Bookmarked this for future. Thank you for posting it :)

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I am glad that you like my recipe and thank you for visiting me :)

You are amazing! This is such a gorgeous cake @proanima. You are such an inspirational kitchen gangster. I was just showing my Mom how incredible your recipes are and we happened to land on this cake. You killed it. Thanks for always sharing your incredible talent with us.

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It makes me very happy if you like my recipes @puravidaville :) I wish you a happy new year 2019 😘

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Thank you @proanima! Happy New Year to you too :)

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Put on the kettle! I'm on my way over for tea and cake! Well deserved curie @proanima

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Thank you @buckaroo you are welcome!