Vegan and Gluten-Free Deliciousness…. According to Wikipedia, Simnel Cake is a fruit cake with two layers of marzipan, one in the middle and one on top. It’s traditionally made at Easter time. No-one seems to be quite sure what ‘simnel’ means. Simnel cakes have been known since medieval times. Different regions had their own version […]
3/4 cups of butter – or coconut oil for vegan option
1 1/2 garbanzo beans flour
2 tbsp chia seeds
2 tbsp crushed nuts – I had walnuts
1/2 cup sugar
Melt butter on a thick bottom pan on a low fire and mix in all the ingredients except sugar. Stir with a wooden spoon. Cook for 5 minutes. Add sugar and keep cooking for 10-15 minutes. Take the batter out into the wooden board and spread to cool down.
Here you have to two options
- roll it into balls, or
- roll it with rolling pin into a layer and cut into squares when it is cooled completely
•1 ½ -1 ¾ cups powder sugar
•1 cup butter, softened
•2 cup powder milk, sifted
•½ tsp vanilla
•½ cup carob chips (or chocolate chips)
Cream the butter, add sugar, milk powder, and vanilla. Mix all ingredients well and fold in carob chips. Roll the mixture into balls. Chill and serve.
Actually you can substitute the carob chips with anything you like – nuts, dried berries, or just exclude it at all.
Original recipe http://food.iskcondesiretree.com/simply-wonderfuls/3843/
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