Apple Pie

Happy Sunday 🙂

I had some extra almond flour and was wondering what can I cook with it- something sweet. I had some apples as well and remembered a cake from my childhood so decided to recreate it with some small changes. The original recipe is with ready biscuits and grated apples but I cooked the biscuits dough and added just sliced apples and a few more changes hehe

Servings: 8 Time to prepare 15 min; Time to bake 25- 30
  • 6 eggs
  • 130 gr almond flour
  • 6 tbsp oats flour
  • 3 tsp. olive oil or soft butter
  • 12 tsp. stevia erythritol
  • pinch of salt
  • 1 tsp. vanilla
  • 1- 2 apple
  • 1 tsp. backing powder
  • 1 tsp. yogurt or sour cream 
  • dry or fresh rosemary
  • whipped cream
  • walnuts
  • honey
  • slice apple
How to:
Biscuit base:
  • Slice the apples.
  •  In a medium bowl whisk 1 egg.
  •  Add 2 tsp olive oil and whisk again.
  •  Add the erythritol and whisk further.
  •  Add the almond flour and mix well, add salt. In the end, you will have a soft dough, a little sticky.
  •  Grease a small baking tray or use approximately 1tsp. olive oil and sprinkle a little flour to prevent sticking on the bottom. ( The baking tray I used is about 8 inch or 20 sm)
  •  Place the dough helping yourself with a spoon, try to make it even everywhere, and lifted on the wall sides of the tray.
  •  Bake for abt 5- 7 min at 170 degrees.
  •  Pull out and place the apples; put back for about 4 min.
! You can use hand mixer or blender instead of whisker for the cake base.
Cake base:
  • In a medium bowl whisk 5 eggs.
  •  Slowly add the rest of the erythritol.
  •  After you have mixed well add the oats flour and keep mixing until a homogeneous mixture.
  •   Add the vanilla and baking powder and mix well.
  •  Take the biscuit base and apples out and cover with this cake mixture.
  •  Bake for about 20 minutes at 160 degrees, and for the last 10 minutes bake just on the top.
  •  Take out and leave to chill.

Garnish with wiped cream, walnuts, and drizzle a bit of honey.
I like it not very sweet, is perfect for me, but if you like more sweet add extra stevia when cooking.

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Enjoy 🙂

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