Unfortunately we have to slowly admit that the Summer is getting to an end. I don’t like that at all, because I can clearly say that I hate the Winter and also the Autumn. I am literally always cold so those seasons are not the best for me. Who knows I might move to a warm and sunny country some day. All the rain always makes me a bit sad and I notice other people having that feeling as well. While everybody is so happy in the Spring and Summer, it seems like we have forgotten to be happy in the Autumn and Winter. That might also be why I don’t like Autumn and Winter that much.
Maybe we can make an agreement that from now on we will be just as happy in the Autumn and Winter as in the Summer. And while I am writing this blog (in September) I am wearing a big sweater, a scarf and big socks as well. Who knows we will get a nice Indian Summer and otherwise I have to get used to this again. And if we all be a little more happy when this new season is arriving we will get through it and before you know it, it is Spring again.
The big advantage of the Autumn weather, is that you can get into the kitchen. That is also what I usually do when it rains. I really believe this is apple pie weather and pie for breakfast is always a good idea if you ask me. That is why I made these small breakfast apple tarts with yogurt. A nice combination with flax seed and nuts.
Baking time: 20 minutes
Amount: 5 tarts
- Small tart molds (12 cm diameter)
- 2 mixing bowls
How to make it?
Preheat the oven on 180 degrees Celsius (356 Fahrenheit). Mix the oatmeal with the yogurt, eggs and baking soda in a mixing bowl. Mix until it becomes a batter.
Peel the apple and cut into cubes. Put them in another bowl and mix with the hazel nuts and flax seed. Optionally you can chop the nuts if you like or you can crunch them in the food processor. Mix the ingredients to make sure the flavors mix as well.
Use 2/3 of the dough to make the bottom of the tarts in the mold. Make sure you have a nice edge, if you do the filling will be better on the tarts.
Cover the bottom with the filling and press. With the rest of the dough you can make the top of the tarts. You can crumble it or cover the entire filling like I did.
Next you can bake the tarts in a preheated oven for 20 minutes. Pay attention that the baking time may differ per oven.
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