If you still haven’t tried the amazing red beetroot cake – I’ll give you another reason to do so! Today we’ll turn the cake into a fancy layer cake in a few easy steps. Just continue to read and get inspired by the pictures…
I told you in the last post that I filled a few silicon muffin forms with the rest of the chia pudding, and actually I later did a whole batch filling only muffin forms (made 14!). Just wanted to show you how you easily can turn this in to a fancy dessert.
So these are the puddings (above). I left them over night in the fridge. Then just carefully turn the muffin form “inside out” to get the pudding out and place it on a plate.
Add some fresh fruit and maybe a bit of whipped cream.
And there you go! The pink sprinkles is beetroot colored shredded coconut. Gives a nice touch – don’t you think?
OK I realize we can’t have a big fancy cake everyday. How would that look! (Pretty great if you ask me…:-)) But who says we can’t cheat – and make fancy muffins? Or even fancier cupcakes? There was a birthday celebration in my daughters class the other day and she asked me if she could bring her own treat to eat when the rest of the kids munch on the sugar bomb – gluten containing – cake that the birthday kid promised to bring…. So yes of curse – I made these for her – and she was delighted!