We are getting closer and closer to this year’s Great Irish Bake, which is proudly supported by Tesco. We have been gathering tasty recipes to inspire our bakers and this week’s deliciousness is brought to you by This our Ambassador Roz Purcell!
Roz is known for her health focused treats and the first recipe we are going to feature is both tasty and very healthy. If you are hosting a Great Irish Bake at home, work or in school this would be perfect for those who have both a sweet tooth and a healthy conscience…
Have you registered to hold a Great Irish Bake? It really is an easy and fun way to raise much needed funds for Temple Street.
Apple, Cinnamon and walnut scones.
- 1 cup coconut flour
- 2 1/2 cups almonds ground
- 2 tbsp baking powder
- 3 eggs
- 3/4 tbsp honey *depending how sweet you like it
- 1/2 tbsp grass – fed butter or coconut oil
- 6 tbsp milk – I used rice milk
- 1 tbsp cinnamon
- 1 apple-1/2 grated & halved chopped into small chunks
- Handful of walnuts broken into pieces
- Capful of almond essence
- Preheat oven to 190ºC – IMPORTANT.
- Stir together the ground almond, coconut flour, baking powder and cinnamon.
- In a separate bowl using a fork whisk the eggs, honey,essence, melted butter or oil.
- Combine the wet and dry mixtures forming a slightly crumbly dough.
- Add in the rice milk or other non dairy milk, this should form a dough, not too wet or dry.
- Using your hands mix in the walnuts and apple.
- Taking sections, press the dough down to about 2″ and mold into your preferred shape.
- Place on a lined tray and bake for 26 minutes cover after the first 15 minutes with tinfoil to avoid the tops looking over done.