Or do you like curry? I really! Another easy-to-prepare and delicious recipe.
Have you ever eaten a healthy, figure-friendly honey cake? And if it is made in the form of a heart? I think it will be very suitable for the heart of the day and the holiday of March 8! Pleasure for both heart and stomach!
Prepare a heart stencil. I drew it myself on an A4 sheet.
Put the eggs in a forge, beat.
Add honey, sweetener, butter and heat until the butter melts.
Add the fine and stir until the mass begins to foam. Do not stop stirring until the mass remains caramel-colored.
Add a portion of the sifted flour, mix, gradually, looking at the structure of the dough, add the remaining flour.
Knead the dough by hand. Wrap the food in cling film and set aside to cool slightly.
Divide the dough at the beginning: 4 equal parts
Sprinkle flour on a silicone mat or baking paper, take one piece of dough, place on baking paper or mat and roll out, about 2-3mm.
Place a stencil and cut out a heart-shaped biscuit. Put in the oven at 180 degrees for ~ 8-9 minutes and bake ready. Remove and allow to cool.
Repeat with all other parts of the dough.
Cut the middle of the cut hearts together, roll out and bake the fifth heart.
I leftover the leftovers in small heart cookies (they got me 82 gr). Some lining for decor.
Blend the sour cream, add culinary cottage cheese, vanilla, sweetener.
Press the cream balls onto the hearts with the pastry cap and bag.
Place on top (without pressing) the next one and repeat the procedure with all the "discs" of the heart.
Decorate to your liking. The more fruit you use as a decor (you can also put berries between the rolls when pressed into the cream), the lower the number of calories in 100 grams of cake.
The nutritional value of the cake is stated without decor.
Serving Size 1200
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.