Maybe not quite your Grandma’s apple crumble, but this is a really tasty alternative. A sweet pastry base, cinnamon apple layer, creme patisserie for the custard and a healthy layer of nutty crumble on top. Yum.
This is my quick guide to lining a pastry case and blind baking it. If it is used in a recipe then the timings for baking the case might change but the method will remain the same.
These are my version of the classic.
They are slightly moister and sweeter than the original, but I think that this just makes a more enjoyable treat.
Perfect sprinkled with sugar and had with a cup of tea.
This recipe was given to me by my boyfriend's family, and I love it.
It's really quick to make and requires no baking in the oven - plus it's heavenly to eat.
I have been using this recipe for sweet pastry since I started making eggless recipe and it hasn’t failed me yet!
Once you crack the pastry shell it opens up a world of possibilities, holding any sort of fruity, custardy, chocolatey mess you can think of - trust me they’re very forgiving. Here I just give a guide to making the pastry dough, see my other recipe for blind baking.
Sharp curd with a sweet aquafaba meringue in a crisp pastry shell. I made this when I first discovered aquafaba, which is vital to egg-free baking!
I have tried to make an alternative to the baking classic, that’s just as versatile.
This is my version of creme patisserie.
I think the key is good vanilla to provide the richness, but you may choose any custard powder you want.
Seeing as this is the first recipe on the website it seems fit for it to be a celebration cake! The most challenging eggless bake I have tackled has to be cake, and I was very happy when this came out just how I wanted. The cake itself is a little like a muffin, but when you put it together with the ganache I think it would rival any chocolate cake out there. So please, enjoy.
I think it’s only right to attach a warning to these biscuits, you will not stop eating them. They are also really simple to make and will definitely impress.