Strawberries are so tasty in themselves that they do not need any additives or alterations at all, but it is sometimes worth to serve them differently. After all, we don’t want them to get bored before the end of the season. So if you’re looking for a new way to serve strawberries, try the recipe for oatmeal – extremely saturated and fantastically easy to make.
Good to American
As consumers, we are now in a very convenient situation – we can buy strawberries all year round. However, I very rarely reach for foreign strawberries. I would even say that these are occasional situations. I definitely prefer our American will. This taste and aroma is what it is! All year long I wait for them impatiently, and when they are there, I cut them off all the time. I can eat them in baskets – strawberry groves like this one I eat.
Most of you will surely agree with me that strawberries are very tasty in themselves and do not need any additives. However, sometimes it is worth to eat them in a different form. After all, we don’t want them to get bored before the end of the season. At least I do not want to, so I try to give them to my family in different ways.
And so the number one is always a strawberry cocktail. I urge you to serve it with a jelly heart at least once. This way of serving will make an impression! We also eat strawberries with cream, make homemade strawberry ice cream and sorbets, and as a lover of homemade cakes, I do not forget about some baking.
I’ve said it many times before, but I’ll write it again – in the kitchen I like to work tasty, but the express, because standing by the garage is not my favourite relaxation. But I eat homemade coffee dough willingly, so the baked goods I make every day are quick and easy to prepare.
One of my favourite sweet baked goods with fruit is oat cake. Perhaps because oatmeal is my daily bread, both figuratively and literally, or perhaps simply because this cake is simply in taste, it is brilliant.
Recipe for oatmeal dough with strawberries
1 glass of instant oatmeal
1 glass of flour
1/2 glasses of sugar
100g butter
1/4 teaspoons of salt
1/4 a teaspoon of ground ginger
1/2 teaspoonfuls of baking powder
1,5 glasses of finely chopped strawberries
1 Tbsp potato starch
1 tablespoonful of lemon juice
1/3 glasses of icing sugar
2 drops of vanilla extract
1 Tbsp milk
I wash, dry and cut strawberries into eights. I am creeping lemon juice with. I mix the whole thing with a spoonful of potato starch. If the strawberries are not very sweet you can add a spoonful of sugar.
I melt butter in a pot. I pour oatmeal into the bowl and pour warm butter over it. I wait until the whole has cooled down, then I add the remaining ingredients and combine them until I obtain the coarse-grained structure of the crumble.
I put a 12×26 slice of tin (medium cardboard) on baking paper and pour out about 2/3 of the dough. I put a layer of strawberries on it. I pour the rest of the dough upstairs.
Bake about 35-40 minutes in 180 degrees.
Oat dough can be eaten without any additives or sprinkled with icing sugar. I like it most with the milk icing.
I pour the milk over the powder sugar and add two drops of vanilla extract. I mix the whole until it is smooth.
10 portions are taken from the recipe. It may not be much, but it is a very filling cake. He is also very proud of this. Simply a paradise for savages.
The dough is spread out in our house in a flash. It is one of those cakes which, baked in the morning and in the evening, remains a tasty memory.
And when it’s time for strawberries, you can use other fruits in peace. Blueberries, for example, will work just as well.
And how do you like to eat strawberries?
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