- 200 grams apple
- 30 grams coconut oil
- 200 grams apple puree
- 200 grams spelt flour, can use part wholemeal
Roughly chop apples and chop on speed 7 until completely chopped.
Can use any amount of apples, miminum 200g up to the capacity of the bowl. (chop, add more apples and chop until the bowl is full).
Add coconut oil and cook for 20 minutes, Varoma, speed 2.
Once cooked puree on speed 9, slowly turning dial up to 9 and puree for 1 minute.
Weigh in equal parts puree and flour. Mix on speed 5 until combined.
Add either puree if too dry or flour if too sticky to make a dough. (the dough will form a ball in the bowl when you reach a good consistancy.)
Mix on "Dough mode" "Closed lid" for 1 minute.
Remove dough onto lightly floured thermomat and press out with fingers to roughly 1 cm thick and cut with spatula into rusk fingers.
Place on a baking paper lined tray in a 140 degree preheated oven and cook until firm to touch. They will still have some give on the inside and will continue to harden whilst cooling.
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You can use any type of puree you like. I use apple because it's gentle on little tummies and digests well with spelt.
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