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Seeded Apple cookies

These simple, tasty apple biscuits are prepared with the beautiful, aromatic and crisp Val Venosta Golden Delicious apples and a blend of flax seeds, sesame seeds and sunflower seeds and wrapped in a white chocolate coat.


for 15 cookies

for the dough
1 Golden Delicious apple (ripe)
100 g all purpose flour
100 g oats
60 g seed mix (sesame, sunflower, flax)
50 g coconut oil
40 g brown sugar
A pinch of salt

for the topping
50 g white chocolate, melted
50 g pistachios
10 dried rose petals (for herbal tea)
5 apple chips
1 tsp pink Himalayan salt
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Pre-heat the fanned oven (160°C). Puree the apple (peeled and cored) with a immersion mixer. In a medium bowl, mix the pureed apple with the rest of ingredients, then put the dough between two parchment papers and roll it into a 1-mm-thick round.
Remove the top piece of the parchment paper and transfer the dough into a baking sheet. Using a knife cut the dough into 15 rectangles (once baked, it will be easier to separate one piece from another). Bake for 15 minutes at 160°C, then for 20 minutes more at 140°C or until evenly golden-brown and crispy. If the edges brown too quickly cover them with aluminum foil.
Let the cookies cool down, then separate them. Grind the pistachios together with the apple chips, the pink salt and the dried petals.
Using a butter knife, spread the melted chocolate on the cookies’ surface and sprinkle with the grinded mix.

Note: Serve cold, with yogurt, honey and more apple chips.
Perfect for breakfast or a coffee break.

Recipe from Ambra & Tea Scarsella

Ambra and Tea are two Roman sisters who are inseparably united by the same passions. As explorers and coffee lovers, they always look for new adventures. Both define themselves as designers, visual storytellers, photographers and food developers and, above all, as sisters. Culinary school: their mom. School of life: the world. This is why the foundation of their blog comes as no surprise. It’s a mirror of all the things they like most: cooking, eating, inviting guests, traveling and, above all, sharing all this with their friends.

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