20 januari 2021 |  Snacks

Glutenfria Kaffekakor

Låt mig börja med att säga att jag gjorde, vad jag vill tro, stor succé när jag var hemma i Norrpan i helgen och skulle svepa ihop ett gäng kakor med kaffe i! Kaffe har en stor plats i min vardag och morgonkoppen är den bästa. Gillar ni kaffe?

När detta recept ”flög” förbi min hornhinna var det något som sa inom mig att detta var något att testa. Gjorde om receptet så det skulle bli glutenfritt så det var lite vind för våg som jag chansade.

Det som behövs är alltså hela kaffebönor som ska malas sönder i ganska små bitar.

Smält smör är eller aldrig fel att ha i! Smör är livet

För att sedan kavlas och stansas ut. Enklare än vad jag trodde och jag använde mig av ett litet dricksglas

Rundade av med ett varv med flingsaltet på kakorna innan de åkte in i ugnen

Då kakorna inte är ”jätte” söta passade det utmärkt att ha en söt marmelad på. Jag kanske börjar bli en kak-person?

Du behöver // You need:

3 1/2 dl glutenfria havregryn // 3 1/2 dl gluten-free oatmeal
2 dl rismjöl // 2 dl rice flour
1 tsk bakpulver // 1 tsp baking soda
3 tsk psyllium // 3 tsp psyllium
1 tsk salt // 1 tsp salt
3 msk grovmixade rostade kaffebönor // 3 tablespoons coarsely mixed roasted coffee beans
2 msk farinsocker // 2 tablespoons brown sugar
100 gram smör // 100 grams butter
1 dl mjölk // 1 dl milk
flingsalt att toppa med // flake salt to top with

Gör så här:
Värm ugnen till 175 grader c. Blanda havregryn, rismjöl, bakpulver, salt, kaffebönor och farinsocker i en bunke. Smält smöret och blanda det med mjölken. Rör ner vätskan och blanda ihop. Tillsätt psyllium. Låt degen vila i 10 minuter.

Kavla ut degen på ett bakplåtspapper. De ska vara ganska tunna. Stansa ut med hjälp av en rund form och lägg över dina kakor på en plåt. Strö över flingsalt och grädda de i ca 20 minuter.
Låt kexen svalna på plåten för att sedan kunna plocka loss kexen.

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Do this: 

Preheat the oven to 175 degrees c. Mix oatmeal, rice flour, baking powder, salt, coffee beans and brown sugar in a bowl. Melt the butter and mix it with the milk. Stir in the liquid and mix. Add psyllium. 

Let the dough rest for 10 minutes. Roll out the dough on a baking sheet. They should be quite thin. Punch out using a round shape and place your cakes on a plate. Sprinkle with flake salt and bake for about 20 minutes. Let the biscuits cool on the plate so that you can then remove the biscuits.

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