Almond Flour Madeleine is an elegant and stylish French dessert. It’s one of those delectable treats that you just can’t get enough of! Madeleines are small, light, delectable sponge cakes that melt in your mouth. Perfect for a snack or a “me time” break; they are addicting in a good way!
Almond Flour is fantastic for making wonderfully moist cakes, and it’s also a great gluten-free replacement to wheat flour in any recipe. In addition, it contains vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants that are extremely healthy. While their elegance might be overwhelming, these light teacakes require the most basic ingredients.
So, let’s transform your kitchen into a French patisserie, as I show you how to prepare this amazing French special.
Almond Flour Madeleine
- ⅓ cup Melted Butter. 100g
- ¼ cup Caster Sugar. 50g
- 3 Eggs.
- ½ Lemon Juice and Zest.
- 1 cup Almond Meal. 100g
- 1 pinch Salt.
- ⅔ cup Plain Flour. 110g
- 1 tsp Baking Powder.
- Icing Sugar. For dusting
- In a small bowl, melt the butter and set it aside to cool.
- In a large mixing dish, add eggs and sugar and beat together for a few minutes, or until doubled in size and frothy. Next, pour in the cooled melted butter and thoroughly mix it up.
- Combine the Almond Meal, Lemon Zest, and Lemon Juice into the prepared mixture.
- In a separate dish, whisk together the baking powder, flour, and salt. Sift it into the batter and thoroughly combine. Chill it in the fridge for about 15 minutes.
- Preheat the oven to 230 degrees.
- Then, spray the Madeleine Pan with Canola Oil, or brush a little butter into it while the oven is heating up.
- Fill each shell with roughly a spoonful of batter. About two-thirds of the way full is ideal.
- Once the oven is hot, put the Madeleines in the oven and immediately decrease the temperature to 170 degrees.
- Allow baking for 8 to 10 minutes.
- Place onto a wire cooling rack and allow to cool down completely.
- Dust with icing sugar for perfection.
Note: Before you put the Madeleines in the oven, make sure it's really hot: the heat is what causes the center of the Madeleines to rise. To avoid burning your Madeleines, adjust the temperature of your oven accordingly.
The Madeleine originates from France and can be called a French specialty just like wine, garlic, baguettes, and cheese. These little cakes have been loved since the 17th century. They have been embedded into French hearts and culture by the French philosopher Marcel Proust.
Most non-French people regard this cake as cookies. But, the name doesn’t matter, it’s about the delicacy it adds to our lives.
Cuisine, Calorie Count and Nutritional Value
This dish is gluten-free and low on carbs, thanks to the almond flour, made from ground almonds and can be substituted for wheat flour. It’s easy to prepare at home and can be found at supermarkets and health food stores.
Almond-filled dishes increase the meal’s nutritional value, especially for dieters, because they’re a high energy source. In addition, it is a healthier alternative, high in monounsaturated fat, which can help reduce cholesterol and the risk of heart disease considerably.
This Almond Flour Madeleine recipe is rich, buttery, crisp, and fluffy, with only contains 105 calories per serving. So you can make them in bulk and eat them whenever you are craving something sweet.
Madeleine Recipe Almond Flour; Nutritional Value
- Dietary Fiber – 1.0 g
- Protein – 3 g
- Carbohydrates – 8 g
- Sugar – 3 g
- Fat – 8 g
- Saturated Fat – 4 g
- Trans Fat – 1 g
- Cholesterol – 27 mg
- Vitamin A – 111 IU
- Vitamin C – 3 mg
- Calcium – 30 mg
- Iron – 1 mg
- Potassium – 48 mg
- Sodium – 50 mg
How to Store Madeleine Recipe Almond?
One of the key things to know about Madeleines is that they will dry out t if you leave them outside for too long. So if you’re making a large batch, it’s best to put them in the freezer.
So whenever you want to eat them, just take them out of the freezer and let them thaw at room temperature for a while. They’ll still be delicious!
To make the perfect madeleine cookies, you’ll need a specific scallop-shaped pan. There is no other way around this. There are many varieties available in the market. If you opt for a silicone mold, don’t forget to butter and flour it just like the metal ones.
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This Madeleine Recipe Almond Flour is one of my favorites because it only calls for a few ingredients and is quite simple to prepare, not to mention; it’s extremely delicious. Let’s get the party started! Don’t forget to leave a comment below to share your experience.