Almond Pastry

Almond Pastry. This sugar free almond pastry is super delicious and really easy to make. Perfect for the upcoming Holidays.
When I still lived with my parents, my mother used to get a Almond Pastry letter fro Christmas from her job. She though it was way too sweet and my sister doesn’t like almond paste. So my dad and I got to divide the letter and I loved it so much. I liked it even more to put it in the oven a bit to make it nice and warm which gives it an even better flavor. Of course I wanted to have the same flavor with my healthy almond pastry. So I started working on the puff pastry, but that turned out to be harder than I aexpected. I really did my best, but I didn’t manage to make it the way I wanted. I will definitely try it again, but this time I used puff pastry from the store. I did pick good puff pastry from the organic store, naturally and without additions. If you have puff pastry from the supermarket it usually contains sugar or other unnatural addition, so pay attention when buying.

With this puff pastry I managed to make it and believe me when I say the flavor of this almond pastry succeeds the one from the Bakery. I do also believe that everything tastes better when you know it is healthy. But when this one came out of the oven and I took a bite, it brought me back in time. And the best thing is that this recipe is really easy.

Preparation time: 5 minutes (+ 10 minutes defreeze time)
Baking time:           35 minutes
Amount:                    1 piece of almond pastry (10 portions)
Special Products:

  • Rolling Pin
  • Baking Tray
  • Baking Paper


  • 5 slices (vegan) puff pastry
  • 125 grams almond flour
  • 100 milliliters honey





How to make it?

Preheat the oven on 200 degrees Celsius (372 Fahrenheit). Let the slices of puff pastry defreeze. This takes approximately 10 minutes. Make sure they don;t touch each other that can cause them sticking to each other.

In the meantime make the almond paste by mixing the almond flour and honey in a small bowl into a whole.








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