3 French Delicious Recipes that you can Try NOW!


How are you today? What do you think about the series of articles and videos (Healthy Baking Lessons)? Are they useful to you?

Lately I've been trying various recipes, and one of them is a gluten-free, egg-free and lactose-free dough, caramelized apples with coconut sugar, and a pumpkin and 
cinnamon mousse. It came out great. With this I will participate in a contest, so wish me luck to be the winner.

Due to the fact that I've been trying a few French tart recipes lately, I've been thinking about French pastry. 

The French are famous for their delicacies and especially for their pastry. I think you can remember with pleasure the wonderful croissants you ate, the choux a la creme,
the macarons or that wonderful tart with cheese.

Whatever it is, they have that je ne sais quoi.

I love everything related to French pastry and bakery. It seems to me that their doughs have a special delicacy. Their pastry is hard to make, and you have to know how to 
make a perfect chocolate croissant or bread. Those layers, full of butter, are a delight for our taste every time.

Ever since I found out that I am allergic to wheat flour, it has been very difficult for me to refrain, especially how much I love this type of pastry. I adapted over time
and chose to enjoy tarts in particular. I adapted the crust recipe and made it completely gluten-free, lactose-free and egg-free. The result it's wonderful.

So today I want to mention some very simple, but incredibly delicious French recipes.

1. Choux dough

150 gr flour (gluten free flour can be used)
75 gr butter (lactose-free butter or vegan butter can be used)
150 ml milk (vegetable milk can be used)
7 gr sugar (or sugar substitute)
4 eggs
3 gr salt


1. Cut the butter into pieces. Pour the milk into a bowl, add the sugar (substitute), salt and butter. Melt at high temperature. When the composition begins to boil, add 
all the flour, and mix vigorously with a wooden spoon. Stir at medium temperature until a ball forms and detaches from the edges of the vessel.

2. Remove the pan from the heat and allow to cool for 5 minutes.

3. Add the whole eggs, one at a time, and mix each time until each egg is well incorporated.

4. Preheat the oven.

5. Bake for 20-25 minutes depending on the recipe used. Do not open the oven while it is baking. If you want a softer choux, add a bowl of water to the oven.

2. Egg tart (Custard) 


250 gr flour (gluten free flour can be used) 
125 gr butter (you can use lactose-free butter or vegan butter) 
5 gr salt 
50 ml of water 


800 ml milk (vegetable milk can be used) 
200 ml sweet cream (vegetable cream can be used) 
5 eggs 
90 gr sugar (sugar substitute) 
1 teaspoon vanilla essence 
60 gr corn starch (potato starch) 


1. Prepare the crust. Pour the flour into a deep bowl. In the center put the butter cut into pieces and salt. Knead the dough and then add water. Knead until soft. Make a 
ball, cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 2 hours. 

2. After two hours, let it soften slightly for 15 minutes. Preheat the oven. 

3. Roll out the dough into a baking dish. Prepare the baking form with butter. Prick the dough with a fork several times, cover with baking paper and cover with something
heavy. Bake for 15 minutes at 200 ° C. 

4. Heat the milk and sweet cream until the composition begins to boil. Beat the eggs with the sugar and vanilla essence until the composition turns white. Add the 
cornstarch or the potato starch and add the eggs with the vanilla and sugar in the milk composition over the heat. Mix well and bring to the boil. When it starts to boil, 
take it off the heat and put it in the baking dish. Bake for 30 minutes at 180 ° C until the cream is cooked and the crust is brown. 

5. Allow to cool overnight.

3. Chocolate truffles

350 gr bitter chocolate, minimum 70% cocoa (chocolate without refined added sugar can be used)
150 gr sweet cream (vegetable cream can be used)
150 gr honey
35 gr butter (you can use lactose-free butter or vegan butter)
40 ml rum or brandy
60 gr cocoa


1. Cut the chocolate into pieces and arrange in a heat-resistant dish.

2. Pour the cream into a bowl, add the honey. Bring to the boil and stir. Pour the hot cream over the chocolate, and mix gently until the chocolate is melted. Add butter, 
and rum or brandy.

3. Cover with plastic wrap and refrigerate for 6 hours.

4. Remove the composition from the refrigerator. Put cocoa in a bowl.

5. Take a small piece of ganache with a teaspoon. Using your hands, make a ball out of it and pass it through the cocoa powder. Arrange the truffles on a plate.

6. Serve from the refrigerator.

I hope you like the recipes and try them as soon as possible. I'm crazy about French cuisine. I especially love their pastry and these are some of my favorite recipes. 

If you want to replace the sugar, you can use coconut sugar or xylitol instead of white. Lactose-free butter or vegan butter can be used instead of butter, in case you 
have an intolerance or allergy to milk. Instead of sweet cream, you can use vegan cooking cream, rice or soy, for example. Almond milk, soy milk, rice milk, etc. can be 
used instead of cow's milk. And instead of flour you can use gluten-free flour.

For more recipes, you can consult the book in the picture above. It's extraordinary. 

What do you think about French cuisine in general? What about their pastry and confectionery? What have you tried so far? And just as importantly, what would you like to 

I am waiting for your answer and I wish you a wonderful day. 


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