Yeah, they were good. Look at this texture, at the intensity of chocolate !
A bit messy out of the oven. They are easy and plant-based.
In the blender throw :
-3/4 cup of flour + 1 ts of baking powder
-1 tbs ground roasted sesame seeds
-1/2 cup water + 1 tbs oil
-1 big tbs cocoa + 1 tbs brown cane sugar
Pour into molds, and add in broken bits of 100% cocoa (cocoa mass) chips. Bake (my oven decides, that took 43 minutes).
I made 4 small.
The glazing is 1 tbs of coconut butter, 1/2 ts sugar, 1 ts cocoa.
Approximation for 1 muffin :
180 calories, 8g fat, 23g carbs, 4.3 g proteins
Well, one is OK. Well, once in while, 4 are OK. Don’t dream, you will eat as many as you bake.
The colors of Autumn in the nature and in the plate. Today, it’s orange, brown and the fire of spices. Here is a raw vegan dessert to re-balance a little my diet as I don’t much raw these days.
The principal ingredients are :
Raw sesame seeds
The crust is pasted sesame seeds and pasted prune. I’ve added a little yuzu zest for flavor. I dried the tartelettes at 120 degrees in the oven toaster.
The filling : Raw kabocha flesh and same volume of water in the blender till it becomes a puree. Then I’ve added pasted prune to sweeten, powdered spices (cardamom, black pepper, clove, nutmeg, cinnamon, habanero) and a few spoons of powdered sesame seed.
Fill the crusts and let a few hours. The mix thickens a little.
Ideal for breakfast or brunch. You won’t have them in 5 minutes, but you just need 3 minutes of your time, so you can do your gym, take shower, etc. You wouldn’t go out to buy some in pajama anyway. So bake them.
And in less than 1 hour :
Tatada ! A 1/2 dozen of cute mini golden sesame bagels !
1. Put some sesame seeds to toast. In a bowl mix flour and baking powder, a little salt, a little oil, water enough to make it gooey. Add in the seeds.
2. With a spoon and wet fingers fill some ring “donut” molds (savarin molds they are). Let 15 minutes.
3. Put in the toast at 180 degrees (that took 15 minutes).
For 2/3 cup of flour, I had 6 minis.
Serve hot with fresh fruits : kaki (persimmon) and mikan (mandarin orange). Add butter if you want,but they are delicious just like that, flavored by the sesame.
Let the butter melt and sprinkle a little Ceylon cinnamon powder.