Greedy part 2!

The essential : pastry, vanilla mousse, whipped cream, grated chocolate and grape.

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It’s time to be greedy!

I love food and especially desserts because I am greedy. I particularly like pastry.

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Yesterday, we were invited at our friends and I decided to make a sweet dessert.

I started making puff pastry, then when everything was cold I have made raspberries cream to fill cream puff with it  and at last whipped cream to decorate my cake.

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At the end, I disseminated grated chocolate. I needed lot of time to do it but it was eaten so quickly that I was delighted to see people enjoyed it like that! Yummy!

Who says greed is bad thing?

Howdy readers!

Today, you’re gonna be greedy and it’s a good thing. Lot of people say greed is a bad thing, I’d rather say it’s good for health if you can stay reasonable. Frustration is not my friend, I love food like I Iove life.  Thus, if you’re greedy this recipe will delight you. It’s easy to do and delicious, I’m talking about maple apple and bluberry crisp. I do love baking fruit and especially apples. You will be charmed by this recipe . This is a mouth-watering dessert you will eat uninhibited. The basis of this recipe is apple, a flavoured fruit that can be found year round. If you wanna try this gluttony just follow the instructions below an enjoy!

Ingredients

6 cups of sliced peeled apples / 1pkg frozen blueberries / 1/4 granulated sugar / 2 tbsp all-purpose flour / 2 tbsp lemon juice / 1/4 tbsp cinnamon

Topping

1/2 cup packed brown sugar / 1/2 cup all-purpose flour / 1/2 cup rolled oats / 1/2 tbsp cinnamon / 1/3 cup maple syrup / 2 tbsp butter, melted

Preparation

Trimmed off the ends of your apples, then peel and slice them. In large bowl, pour in and toss together apples, blueberries, granulated sugar, flour, fresh squeezed lemon juice and cinmamon. When it’s done, just spread in 8-inch square baking dish (a glass baking dish is better because it keeps your dessert warm longer than other dishes).

The second step is to prepare your topping. In a bowl, mix together brown sugar, flour, rolled oats and cinnamon. Then, pour in maple syrup and melted butter. Toss until moistened and sprinkle evenly over fruit.

Last step, bake in 350 F (180 C) oven for 1 hour or until the fruit is tender. Let cool on the rack for 15 minutes and taste it with a scoop of vanilla ice-cream or whipped cream.