2.4.13

Best Mondays Ever

Yesterday was the last Monday with Maria & Katia in Madrid, and it was just a perfect day!

They are so lovely and that is the welcoming I received hihihihi

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I have no words! Mondays was one of the best day of this year and I love to spent time with them teaching French while baking....or baking in French!



À bientôt les filles, 
Love, 
Chloé



16.3.13

Kids & Granola Bars

Last Saturday we did an Atelier where the kids&parents did granola bars.

Here is the recipe 'dairy-free' and for a 'gluten-free' option use flakes and flour gluten-free.
For 4 people

40 gr almonds toasted and chopped
100 gr organic oat flakes
40 gr flour
40 gr sunflower seeds
40 gr raisins
40 gr grated coco
2 tablespoons sesame seeds
2 tablespoons flaxseed meal
a pinch of nut meg
a pinch of cinnamoon
a pinch of kosher salt
2 tablespoons of organic brown sugar
1 tablespoon of grated orange zest
80 gr almond puree
120 ml of maple syrup
1 coffeespoon natural vainilla
1 coffespoon tamari (soja sauce gluten-free)
50 ml orange juice



Heat the oven at 180ºC.
In a bol mix the almonds, the oat flakes, the flour, the sunflower seeds, the raisins, the grated coco, the sesame seeds and the flaxseed meal, the nutmeg, the cinnamoon, the salt, the sugar and the orange zest.
In another bol, mix the almond puree, the maple syrup, the vainilla, the tamari and the orange juice.
Add the wet ingredients to the dry ingredients and mix it untill the dry ingredients are well incorporated.
With the help of a tablespoon, spread the granola mixture into small individual pan until half the height.

Put in the oven for 10 to 15 minutes. The little bars have to be golden and crusty.


 

11.3.13

Paleo Bread for everybody!

I finally founded a gluten, dairy and grain free bread which is actually good!
Not too heavy, not too densy and tasty!

So if you wanna go Paleo or just remove gluten from your alimentation, try this bread, full of proteins and fiber.



You will need:

6 organic eggs
1 tablespoons of raw honey
1/2 cup of coconut oil (or ghee if you want a dairy version)
1/2 teaspoon of sea salt

1 teaspoon of baking soda
3/4 cups (around 96gr) of coconut flour ( I actually put a bit less of coconut flour and mix it with flax seed meal)

Heat the oven at 180ºC. Grease rectangular loaf pan.
Mix the eggs, honey coconut oil and salt.
Combine coconut flour with the baking soda with the liquid mixture until there are no lumps.

Pour into your loaf pan and bake for around 30/40 minutes.

Enjoy <3



16.2.13

Recipes Oui!


Two great sweet recipes...with the magic help of mini Chefs!

Organic Carrot Cake (without butter)

*Ingredients needed*
4 organic eggs
140gr de vegetal oil
160gr appel compote (prefereable if homemade)
160gr brown non refinated sugar
160gr rapadura sugar
3 coffee spoon of vainilla
300 gr organic flour or spelt flour
2 coffee spoon of baking soda
2 coffee spoon of baking powder
1/2 coffee spoon of salt
1/4 coffee spoon of nutmeg
3 coffee spoon of cinnamon
200gr of organic grated carrots + some more to decorate
125 gr pecan nuts cutted into pieces
  
                                  
                                  


Heat the oven at 180ºC.
Mix in a bowl the eggs, the oil, the apple compote, the sugar and the vainilla.
Add, the flour, the baking soda, the yeast, the cinamoon and the nut meg.
Add the 200gr of grated organic carrots and the pecan nuts.
Put your mix into the molds and cook in oven for 30/40 minutes.
Cool down for a few minutes.
To decorte use oats flakes, fresh grated carrot and pecan nuts o orange glazed.
Sometimes I do a homemade crumble that I put onto it.

                                   

Vegan Truffles with almond puree

*Ingredients needed*
150gr dark chocolate (70% cacao at least)
100gr of almond puree (like the tahini but with almonds)
1 big spoon of honey
1 big spoon of pralin (mix of hazelnuts and brown sugar)
1 big spoon of sugar free cacao
To decorate the truffles, we used sesame seeds, pistachios, nuts, hazelnuts, cacao, coco seeds and praliné!

Melt the chocolate (au bain-marie) in a bowl clean and dry.
Once out of the fire, mix the almond puree and the honey and add the melted chocolate.
Cool down and put in the fridge for 1 hour.
After this time, and with your hands ( freshened with cold water), take half a spoon of the chocolate preparation and do a circle form.
Prepare a few plates to separate the pralin, the cacao, the sesame, the pistachios, etc.
Roll the balls in one of the plates.



You can conserve the truffles in a fresh place for one week. Remember to remove them of the fridge a few minutes before serving.

Enjoy!

11.2.13

Real Food

This year started with many changes! But all changes are good changes!

First would like to share with you this post shared by lovely blogger Beatriz Gaspar from Con botas de Agua:

http://www.conbotasdeagua.com/chloe-sucree-y-su-gran-sueno-hecho-realidad/


                                
                                                        diseño by Maite de PluralStudio


Chloé Sucrée this year will support Jamie Oliver Food Foundation and will have to reach 3 challenge:


COOKING GREEN + RECRUIT FOOD LOVER VOLUNTEERS + BE ACTIVE  so we can SPREAD the word for better food education!