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Tiramisu with honey biscuits and berries

Tiramisu with honey biscuits and berries

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Separate the egg whites from the yolks. Beat the egg whites into foam.

Beat the whipped cream well. Put the whipped cream and egg whites in the fridge for 10 minutes.

Rub the yolks with the sugar. Add the mascarpone. Mix well and then add the whipped cream and finally the egg whites. Mix from the bottom up slowly until it becomes a frothy cream.

We make coffee.

Remove the berries from the freezer, quickly pass them under a stream of cold water. Drain them (I drank the juice with sugar, ff good).

we put the coffee in a bowl and we start to soften the biscuits very quickly.

We place in a tray, I used glass, a row of biscuits, on top we put cream, sifted cocoa and berries. We repeat the operation until we finish the biscuits (three rows). The tray had dimensions 20cmx30cm

Lastly, add cream and cocoa. Garnish with berries.

I had cream left and I also made two cups of tirami su (put the pieces of biscuits on the bottom, cream, berries and biscuits, cream, cocoa)

Happy appetite and happy holidays !!!!

Biscuits for breakfast

Do you know that & # 8220eat breakfast alone, share lunch with friends, and give dinner to the poor & # 8221? Although I must admit that I often skip breakfast, mainly due to lack of time, breakfast is the most important meal of the day. And precisely because it is the most important meal, it must be the richest in nutrients, such as carbohydrates, these being the main source of energy.

This is how the belVita Start biscuits came into our lives, which we received in Teo & # 8217s Kitchen with open arms! Because I'm a mom too and I know how chaotic the mornings can be when you have to take care of the baby, the rest of the housework and get to work, I understand why so many moms end up skipping breakfast and giving more pay close attention to dinner, which I take late in the evening, after the child's bedtime. And the consequences can be seen not only in terms of figure, but also health.

BelVita Start biscuits have been specially designed as breakfast biscuits, made from whole grains and rich in fiber, vitamins and minerals. I personally love them because they are handy, they offer me a healthy breakfast without any hassle and due to the way they are packaged - 50g packs, containing 4 biscuits each - I can take them with me anywhere, especially if I can't to eat at home in the morning. Newer we always have 2-3 packages on board the car, because they are perfect snacks on the long road.

Why are belVita Start biscuits for breakfast? Because they are rich in carbohydrates and they are essential for energy, especially in the morning or before and after exercise. But beware, carbohydrates can be good, such as those contained in whole grains, fruits and vegetables or heaven, such as those contained in carbonated juices, white bread or popcorn. The carbohydrates contained in belVita Start biscuits are good carbohydrates, which are released gradually for 4 hours after eating the biscuits. This means that we are provided with energy for the whole morning!

Honestly, I was amazed that Luca likes BelVita Start biscuits so much and prefers them instead of cream biscuits, which all children normally love. His favorites are belVita Start with cereals and chocolate, and I usually choose the ones with cereals and fruits. For Luca, but also for us, a breakfast containing belVita Start biscuits, a cup of milk or yogurt, a fruit or a fruit shake means a balanced and healthy breakfast, which certainly keeps us hungry until noon.

There are 4 belVita Start assortments on the market from which you can choose and we now find them in large packages, of 300g, perfect for the family:

Tir tiramisu

Biscuits 400 g
Mascarpone 500 g
Eggs 4 pcs
3.5% liquid cream 200 g
Sugar 125 g (for cream)
Sugar 50 g (for coffee)
Milk 125 ml
3 tablespoons coffee liqueur
Coffee 500 ml
Cocoa powder for decoration

Recipe video TIRAMISU CAKE lower:

Make coffee using instant or boiled coffee. When the coffee is ready add 50 g of sugar and coffee liqueur. Pour the coffee into a tray of about 15 × 20 cm. Allow to cool.
In a bowl, mix the yolks with 125 g of sugar until slightly white. Then pour the milk and mix until well incorporated.
Put the bowl on a steam bath (bain marie) over low heat and mix for about 10-15 minutes with a spatula until the cream thickens like sour cream. When ready, remove the bowl from the heat and allow to cool to room temperature.
In a bowl put the mascarpone cream and liquid cream and mix with the mixer until it hardens. Then add the previously prepared cold cream.
Soak the biscuits in coffee juice one at a time without letting them soak too much. Just insert and remove the biscuits with a continuous movement.
In a cake tin with a detachable edge of about 20 cm, place on the edge broken biscuits at about 3/4 of the length. Then put a layer of biscuits on the bottom.
Then pour a layer of cream.
Place a layer of biscuits again.
Pour the last layer of cream.
Put the cold cake in the fridge for at least 4 hours.
Unfold the stand and then decorate the cake with cocoa powder and berries as desired.

Recipe video TIRAMISU CAKE lower:

Polenta with honey and berries

I grew up with warm polenta, made by my grandmother, and with egg yolks, fried directly in the metal plate, with smoked cheese next to it. I couldn't wait to stick my fork in the hot cheese, to watch it stretch endlessly, to swallow everything in one gulp and ask for another portion. Grandma looked at everything with satisfaction, anticipating and hoping to ask for the second portion. To this day, I prefer Grandma's polenta. Always watching her prepare the polenta, mixing it rigorously in the heavy powder, it seemed like a flower in my ear and I didn't understand why my mother avoided me when I presented myself with pretensions to a hot polenta. I realized late that cooking a polenta is also an art, although I once managed to make a decent polenta in the microwave, but I was a student and any nonsense worked at that time.

We are used to serving polenta with sarmale, tochitura, some cheese, cream and so on. But if we take a closer look at the ideas of culinary bloggers, we might notice that polenta can be used in a variety of ways, in delicious recipes.

I suggest a sweet version, with honey and berries, for breakfast or lunch. A strange custom for me, but common in Poland: a sweet lunch.

150 gr corn, 100 gr butter, 250 gr raspberries, 125 gr blueberries, 200 strawberries, 100 ml honey, 1 tablespoon powdered sugar (optional)

The polenta is prepared a few hours before serving.

Boil 1 liter of water. When the water boils, add the cornmeal gradually, stirring constantly with a fork. Leave on very low heat for 15 minutes, stirring frequently. At the end, add 50 grams of butter, mix and remove from heat. Pour into a ceramic tray or bowl (mine was 31x21x6 cm), previously covered with baking paper. Leave to cool.

With the shape of a cake or a glass, cut circles into the polenta (or squares, to avoid wastage). Depending on the tray used and the thickness, the circles are cut into 2. Each polenta should be about 2 cm thick. I got 12 polenta circles (or 16 squares).

Fry the polenta in the remaining butter for about 2 minutes on each side. Serve with butter, honey or powdered sugar and berries.

Beat the egg whites hard, then add a tablespoon of sugar and beat until the sugar melts. Add the yolks one at a time, add one tablespoon of flour and mix to make the fluffy top come out. I baked the top in the oven at 150 gr, about 35 min.

The fruits are crushed in a blender together with the sugar. Separately melt the gelatin, add it to the heated juice, mix well then pour over the berries. Whip the cream, and add the fruit, or rather the fruit puree. Add melted chocolate.

Cut the top in half and syrup a little with a syrup of 100 ml of water, 1 tablespoon of sugar, 1 teaspoon of vanilla essence, fill with cream and leave to cool for a few hours.

Garnish with chocolate and whipped cream in which a little red food coloring is put.
The berry cake recipe was proposed by amalia aa

Milkshake with berries

Veronica22 participated in our contest with a delicious berry Milkshake recipe. If you want to win a Tefal fryer, a Philips blender and a Zelmer electric grill, participate too.

The milkshake is prepared in two minutes: just mix the milk, chopped fruit and sugar in a blender.
Milkshake is a drink with a good quality nutritional intake that we can enjoy at any time of the day. Whether we prefer it sweet or less sweet, there are countless combinations that help us adapt it to your mood, season, personal preferences.
Today it is prepared from frozen berries, milk, powdered sugar, all mixed very well in a blender.
An extra aspect is made with different decorations, possibly a little whipped cream and fruit. The aromatic leaves of mint or lemon are perfect.

Gluten-free crackers from whole oats, 137 g, Nairns

Oatcake is the bread of the Scots and is similar to a flat cake made from oats.
Oatcakes have been documented as existing in Scotland since 43 AD, being "the pillar of Scottish bread for centuries". Oatcakes have also become popular in England, with Queen Elizabeth II serving them regularly for breakfast. Oats are rich in soluble fiber that releases energy slowly, maintaining satiety for a longer time. Oats are a source of vitamins and minerals: manganese, magnesium, phosphorus, vitamin B.
Oats are a source of beta-glucans that help lower cholesterol. ✓ Whole oats
- No wheat
- No GMOs
- No artificial colors, flavors or preservatives
- No hydrogenated fats
- Rich in fiber
- A source of essential nutrients
- With low glycemic load

- Gluten free, Fara zahar, Vegan

Ingredient (INCI):
- 86% gluten-free wholemeal oatmeal
- corn starch
- palm fruit oil *
- sea salt
- growth agents (ammonium bicarbonate, sodium bicarbonate)
- Honey
* from organic crops
May contain traces of nuts and milk. Contains avenin.

Per 100g Per pc
Energy value kj / kcal (calories) 1922kJ / 460kcal 110kJ / 26kcal
Total fat 16.8 g 1.0 g
- of which saturated 6.6 g 0.4 g
Carbohydrates 58.9 g 3.4 g
- of which sugars 1.8 g & lt0.1 g
Fiber 7.6 g 0.4 g
Protein 10.6 g 0.6 g
Salt 1.8 g 0.1 g
** Nairn's products contain nutrients that help turn carbohydrates into useful energy as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle.
RDA = Recommended Daily Intake

Cheesecake with berries

Dedi sent a wonderful recipe to our contest: Cheesecake with berries. Bring spring with you with your wonderful recipes prepared for your loved ones and you can win a DeKassa 10 Liter pressure cooker with extra glass lid, a wok pan with lid and Bergner ceramic interior (Vioflam series), or a steam cooking pot with two Peterhof sites (bottom encapsulated in 3 layers), offered by

15-20 digestive biscuits are powdered on the robot, mixed together with melted butter, about 50-100g, depending on the amount of biscuits. It must have the consistency of wet sand. Press with your hand on the bottom of the tray (with removable walls) and make a countertop of half a cm. Place in the oven until slightly browned. Remove and leave to cool. Separately mix 4 eggs with grated lemon and orange peel, a cup of sugar, 200 g of blended berries, 3 boxes of natural Philadelphia and a box of 300g 20% ​​fat cream. They do not need to be mixed much, just enough to homogenize. Pour the mixture over the biscuits, put it in the oven on low heat for about an hour or until browned. It's better the next day.


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