Cakes & Slices gluten free Healthy Baking

Mandarin & Almond Cake

Afternoon Tea never tasted so good…This recipe can also be replaced with oranges if mandarins are not available.

Mandarin & Almond Cake

The perfect afternoon tea accompaniment.

Ingredients

4 whole mandarins (if  using oranges use 2)

3 eggs

1/3 cup rice malt syrup, honey or maple syrup

1 tsp vanilla

2 cups almond meal

1 tsp baking powder

natural yoghurt or cream to serve

Directions

1.Preheat oven to 160’c

2.In a small saucepan place mandarins whole with skin left on, fill with water till covering the mandarins and simmer on low heat for 1 hour, then let them cool ( you can always do this prior even day before and leave in the fridge)

3.In a food processor process the mandarins until smooth

4.Add eggs one at a time followed by rice malt syrup (or honey), vanilla, almond meal, baking powder and process until smooth. Another thing I sometimes like to add is 1tb poppy seeds.

5.Transfer into a greased 20cm round cake tin and bake for 50-60mins until firm and skewer comes out clean.

6.Serve with natural yoghurt or cream

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Hello I’m Caz, founder of Green Leaf Living Australia. I live in the coastal city of the Gold Coast in Queensland. Living a naturally healthy lifestyle has been my focus and passion for many years. Here I share my experiences and knowledge with you, hoping to benefit your life in someway. Whether it be by trying one of the delicious food recipes, learning about herbs and how to use them. Traditional remedies, detoxifying your home and replicating a DIY non- toxic natural product for body and home. Using essentials oils to compliment your life or just listening to some wellness tips that help me live a more mindful and balanced life. Follow along with me as I share my love of all things food, health and wellbeing as I keep things real, honest and simple.

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