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Glutenvrije en Lactosevrije Stroopwafeltaart

Glutenvrije en Lactosevrije Stroopwafeltaart voor bij de koffie of thee

Earlier I made gluten- and lactose-free panna cotta with stroopwaffles from Stroopwafel Uniek.  But much more is possible with stroopwafels.
That is why I was asked by Stroopwafel Uniek if I wanted to develop a recipe for them. And that has become this delicious syrupwaffle tart.

Ingredients: (for tart of 20 cm diameter)

For the bottom:
– 2 trays of stroopwafel crumbs
– 50 grams of vegetable butter

For the filling:

– 500 grams of lactose-free quark
– 200 ml of lactose-free whipped cream
– 2 bags of vanilla sugar
– 2 teaspoons of sugar
– 4 syrup waffles
– 10 sheets of gelatin
–  tray cold water
– 4 tablespoons of water

For the decoration:

– 200 ml of lactose-free whipped cream
– 2 teaspoons of sugar
– 1.5 bag of “klopfix"
– 3 syrup waffles

Remaining materials:
– 1 spring form 20 cm
– baking paper
– mixer
– batter bowls
– piping bag

Method of Preparation:
– We’re going to start with the bottom. Cover a spring form with baking paper. Finely chop the stroopwafel crumbs. Melt the butter and add it to the stroopwafel crumbs.

– Sprinkle the crumb mixture on the bottom of the spring form and press firmly. (this is easiest with the back of a spoon)

– Put the springform pan in the fridge for a while so that the bottom becomes firm.
– Now we continue with the filling of the tart.
– Put the gelatine sheets in the cold water container and let them stand for about 10 minutes.
– Put the cottage cheese in a bowl and stir in the vanilla sugar.
– In another bowl, whisk the whipped cream with the sugar.

– Scoop the cream through the curd cheese and mix everything together on a low setting.

– Cut the stroopwafels into small pieces.
– Bring the spoons of water to the boil and then immediately turn off the gas. Dissolve the gelatin while stirring. Let it stand briefly.
– Pour the gelatin through the mixture.
– Then stir the stroopwafel pieces into the mixture.
– Pour the mixture into the spring form and let it set in the fridge for 5 hours.
– If the cake (tart) is stiff you can carefully remove the spring form and we will continue with the decoration.
– Crumble 2 syrup waffles. And cut 1 stroopwafel into pieces.
– Beat the whipped cream with the klopfix and sugar until stiff.
– Spray whipped cream on the tart around tufts.
– Sprinkle the stroopwafel crumbs in the middle of the cake.
– Place a piece of syrup waffle on each dash of whipped cream.

Enjoy your meal!

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Gluten-free and lactose-free cooking

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stroopwafel panna cotta glutenvrije en lactosevrij

Gluten-free and lactose-free “panna cotta” with syrup waffles from Stroopwafel Uniek

If you think that syrup waffles are only for tea or coffee, you are wrong. Syrup waffles also do fine in a dessert, such as this gluten-free/ lactose-free panna cotta with syrup waffles.

I used the syrup waffles from Stroopwafel Uniek, because they have a unique caramel flavor and this fits very well with this dessert.

Ingredients: (for 4 people)
For the panna cotta:
– 500 ml lactose-free whipped cream
– 4 sheets of gelatin
– 50 grams of sugar
– 1.5 teaspoons of vanilla sugar
– 4 syrup waffles (I used the syrup waffles of Stroopwafel Uniek)

For the topping:
– 2 stroopwafels (I again used the syrup waffles of Stroopwafel Uniek)
– Caramel sauce (recipe can be found here)

Method of preparation:
– Soak the gelatine leaves for 10 minutes in a bowl of cold water.
– Bring the whipped cream to a boil in a pan.
– Add the sugar and vanilla sugar and stir until the sugar is absorbed.
– Remove the pan from the heat.
– Squeeze the gelatine and add it to the whipped cream mixture. Keep stirring until the gelatin is dissolved.
– Cut 4 syrup waffles into small pieces and spread them by the glass over the bottom.
– Carefully pour over the cream mixture.
– Allow the glasses to cool down until the mixture is lukewarm.
– Then cover them and put them in the refrigerator for at least 3 hours.
– You can now make the caramel sauce so that it can cool down for a while. You can find the recipe here.
– Pour a layer of cooled caramel sauce over each glass
– Cut the 2 syrup waffles into small pieces and spread them over the glasses.

Enjoy your meal!

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