50 ml corn oil
Half a teaspoon of bicarbonate
Juice and zest of half organic lemon
About 100 ml vegetable bio rice drink
A spoonful of organic coconut sugar
Composed of strawberries without added sugar
Strawberries to taste
Chia seeds to taste
Mix the flours in a bowl, add the baking soda together with juice and half lemon zest. Add oil, vegetable drink and coconut sugar and mix. You have to get a pasta easily worked to spread on your mold. Keep aside a small part to do the surface decoration. Stuffed with the compote of fruit and complete with the remaining pasta with fantasy. Cook at 180 degrees for about 20 minutes. Let it cool and decorate with slices of strawberries and chia seeds.
In spring and summer fruit tarts must not be missing for our breakfasts.
They must be so, rich in fiber and wholemeal, poor in sugars and embellished with seeds and fresh fruit.
Unexcilious time with strawberries, but we can soon indulge ourselves with cherry tarts, blueberries, raspberries and peaches.
A genuine way to start the day with energy, nourishment and good mood.
A way to renew traditional tarts in taste and form independently of our need to eat gluten -free.
This dough has a rustic and porous flavor thanks to the whole corn flour, really perfect for making the shortbreads. Choosing not to use butter, milk and eggs is possible, guarantees an extremely light and digestible result, to certainly prefer with the heat, also for the easy deterioration of the classic ingredients.
I like to prepare my tarts, simple and imperfect, scented at home, but rich in love for us and for those who eat them in our company.
I also remember that strawberries are one of the richest fruits of vitamin C, a precious antioxidant indispensable to keep us young, strengthen the immune system, make the skin and our tissues toned and elastic.
The strength of this vegan strawberry tart is the wealth of fibers contained in flour, but also in the fruit and chia seeds strictly added raw. Help to gently activate the intestine that often tends to imprint this season. If you do not have the chia seeds, replace with sunflower seeds or almond grains.