This recipe was born in the preparation of a completely different recipe,
But wow, half way through I got something else even more amazing.
Cocoa “Petit Beurre” in a panini press!
Listennnn, this recipe left me speechless,
I can’t even describe.
In 5 minutes you’ll have a sweet and perfect bite to go with your coffee.
It’s just insane.
At first you’ll say to yourself,
What is this?
Will anything come out of it?
And then you’ll start to suspect that it’s definitely happening,
The “Petit Beurre” will come out of the panini press and it’ll be soft and undefined,
Cut it and 30 seconds after it cools down, and the magic unfolds before you.
Oh it’s love at first sight
Love that you don’t expect and it just lands on you.
You’re going to fall deeply in love.
You won’t stop making this sweet bite.
It’ll touch everyone who gets to know it.
It’ll make your heart beat fast,
It’ll pamper you at every moment of the day.
Your cup of coffee will thank you for this heavenly match.
In short, you are going to be amazedddd 🙂
With such an introduction, there’s no way you’re not already in the kitchen,
Mix everything in a bowl and heat up the panini press.
Five minutes from now and you’re back on the sofa with your sweet and healthy bite and the most indulgent cup of coffee or tea.
I’ll be here waiting to hear from you
How you enjoyed
How much fun you had,
And how pampered you were by this sweet bite 🙂
Days of fulfillment, and new and happy discoveries 🙂
Cocoa Petit Beurre in a panini press
Suitable for one piece of "Petit Beurre" (about 2 servings)
- 1 generous tablespoon of almond butter (for alternatives, have a look at “A little extra from me”)
- 2 tablespoons maple syrup
- A tiny pinch of salt
- 1½ tablespoons cocoa powder
- 2 tablespoons oat flour / almond flour
- Pinch of baking powder
Heat the panini press to high heat.
Put the almond butter, salt and maple syrup in a bowl and mix well into a uniform and sticky paste.
Add the oat flour, cocoa and baking powder to the bowl and mix again into a sticky paste. Transfer the dough on parchment paper and place another sheet of parchment paper on it, flatten the dough between the two sheets of parchment paper.
Put the dough inside the parchment papers in a panini press and close the panini press. The cooking time is about 2-5 minutes, depending on the heat of your panini press, after 2-3 minutes check the state of the batter. How do we know it’s ready? It’ll dry and remain soft, it doesn’t harden in the panini press.
Make sure that your “Petit Beurre” is not burnt, because of its dark color it’s possible to make a mistake and burn it easily.
Take the “Petit Beurre” out of the panini press and place it on a cutting board, at this stage the “Petit Beurre” will still be soft. Cut it into cubes of the size you want, you can also not cut it, but cutting it makes everything be in the size of the most perfect bite.
After cutting, cool the “Petit Beurre” for about ½ minute, it’ll harden and be ready to eat.
Serve as soon as it cools, it’s insanelyyy perfect.
A little extra from me:
- I recommend eating in close proximity to making the “Petit Beurre”. If eaten later, keep in a sealed box / sealed bag after cooling.
- Kindly note that the cooking time varies depending on how strong your panini press is. In the first few times of preparation, check the batter in the panini press more than usual until you learn your panini press, it’s very easy to burn the batter because of its dark color.
- Click here to see how to grind oat flour at home.
- You can bake the batter: put the “Petit Beurre” batter that’s between the two sheets of parchment paper into an oven preheated to 355°F (180°C) for 10-15 minutes. The texture is a little different from the toaster, but wonderful 🙂
- You can replace the almond butter with peanut butter / hazelnut butter.
- Enjoy, give yourself, try, experience, share and most importantly smile 🙂
How to grind oatmeal at home
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