My birthday cake this year was a cheesecake made with fresh goat cheese served with plums in syrup. Made with almost all of the farm, was a delight!
A couple of weeks ago I Celebrated my birthday here at Roquecave Ferme des Chèvres. Every year I like to celebrate with a cake, But This would be my first year celebrating with a gluten-free cake. I thought acerca using gluten-free flours, but then I remembered that I’m surrounded by cheese and Could make a killer cheesecake! The other WWOOF volunteer on the farm and I made her friend, Krishenka’s, simple cheesecake recipe. It was fantastic!
Like it all cheesecake recipes Requires a day of refrigeration and Malthus Should be made a day ahead of time. We used fresh goat cheese (of course!) But the original recipe is made with cream cheese. It is best decorated or served with fresh or preserved fruit. We used plums preserved in sugar syrup, fresh or preserved but any berry would be fantastic too.
You can peel the apples for easier cut the cake, or you can leave them for a touch of color.Whatever! This cake comes out nice if you put the apple slices in circles ordenaditos.
Reversed Apple Cake
50 g of butter
165 g sugar blonde
1 apple, peeled finite cut if you want
150 g sugar
1/2 tsp vanilla extract
210 g flour
2 1/2 tsp baking powder
a little salt
1/2 cup milk
A classic for any American. I swear my sister makes the best homemade chocolate chip cookies I’ve ever tasted, but every time I follow her recipe they never turn out as good. Here’s her recipe, good luck!
Chocolate Chip Cookies
My sister’s recipe which she adapted from Allrecipes.com
1 cup butter, at room temp
1 cup sugar
1 cup brown sugar
3 tsp vanilla extract
This recipe is finite pancakes for dessert, breakfast or cannelloni. Ophelia My grandmother taught me to make one day in Buenos Aires.
The prescribing of my grandmother Ofelia.
250 grams of flour (15 tablespoons)
500 ml milk
60 grams melted butter
a little salt
In a bowls with milk, add the flour gradually, stirring to incorporate.
Add eggs, butter and a little salt.
Prepare a pan with oil or butter and fly!