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Serve with coffee that delicious trilogy. Have a look at the recipe below for the Divine panna cotta. The Devil’s trick ‘s recipe to come , inspired to remind me of sir Bras ‘ marvellous dessert in the Aveyron…and the Green poppy as well…heavenly or devilishly tasty.

Ingredients for the Green poppy:  2 avocados 90g caster sugar the zest of 1 lemon 50 g poppy seeds 50g almond powder baking soda the juice of 1 lemon 100 g rice flour ‘4 eggs Beat and mix avocados and sugar, add the egg yolks, flour, baking soda, poppy seeds, almond, lemon, mix it well and add the stiff beaten egg whites and a pinch of salt. Bake it for 50 mn 160 degrees. Sprinkle your cake with icing sugar or spread a greenish mixture of blended avocadoes, lemon and icing sugar to your taste.

Ingredients for the Devil’s trick For your black and white muffins you need 200 ml almond milk 60g sugar 2tbsp black sesame cream 1 pack of vanilla sugar 200g rice flour 2 eggs 1 tsp baking powder 2 tbsp dark unsweetened cocoa powder 60 g salted butter 2 pieces of white chocolate per muffin Preheat your heaven 180 ° Beat the egg yolks with sesame, sugar, vanilla sugar; add milk, then flour, cocoa and baking powder. Beat well and add the melted butter. You can now add the egg whites. Fill half your moulds , dig frozen white chocolate pieces and cover to the edge with your remaining dough. Bake them for 25 mn. Ganache to spread over your muffins: 50 ml almond cream 100g white chocolate 2 tsp sesame spread Bring your cream to the boil , turn your heat off and add your chocolate and sesame spread. Stir well. Enjoy! photo (21)



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