Small French financiers with white grapes recipe


Here is another version of the recipe for French financiers, these light almond sponge cakes. This variant that Delices and Gourmandises offers you uses white grapes. It will surely please you! The basic of all financiers recipes is the same, but fr this one, poppy seeds and grapes are added before cooking. Don’t wait to try it ; not only is it very easy to make but the ingredients do not cost much. And cherry on top, your guests’ taste buds will be more than delighted!

The necessary ingredients for 4 persons

– 1 bunch of white grapes

financiers– 50 gr of almond powder

– 150 gr of sugar

– 4 egg whites

– 80 gr of butter

– 1 tbsp. of poppy seeds

– 50 gr of flour

The preparation steps

– Preheat oven to 180 ° (th 6).

– Heat the butter over low heat in a small saucepan until it produces a hazelnut-...

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If you want to make the kouglofs with grapes for 6 people, you will need:

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