Sunday, 17 March 2013

Sunday morning ...

Happy Sunday everyone ,

today I decided to bake a traditional german Erdbeerkuchen ! It is a strawberry cake with jelly on the top . Yesterday , seeing this delicious strawberries at the market I just couldn't resist ! I love this cake as it is light and fruity , the beginning of SpringSeason ! You can serve it plain or with whipped cream on top of every piece . I chosed whipped  almond cream .


75 g soft Butter
75 g Sugar
1 package Vanilla sugar
2 eggs
125 g wheat flour
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 tablespoon fresh Milk
1 kg strawberries
1 package red Tortenguss / red glaze

Stir the soft butter and add both sugars into it . Insert the eggs one by one and keep stiring . Mix the flour with the baking powder and sieve the flour into the dough . Stir it well and insert the milk . Put it into a tart pan ( 28 cm diameter ) . You can use a silicon one , so you don't have to put any oil on it , if not make sure to grease your pan .
Bake it for 20-25 min. on a preheat oven ( 175-200 degree )

While the tart is in the oven wash your strawberries and let them dry on kitchen paper .
Ding , dong .....tart is ready ! If you are like me don't forget to put some alarm to remind you about the cake ....... now you can make the best part . Take a plate and put the tart upside down on it . WOW ! Isn't it a great moment when you see your work of splendor ?
Now fill your tart with your strawberries . You can cut them in half or even smaller , you can put them as they are , it is up to you . Prepare the glaze . Read the directions on the package . For mine I need 250 ml water and 1 tablespoon sugar . I stir it until it is one step before boiling . Let it cool for 3-4 minutes ( it stays better on the strawberries ) and cover all the strawberries with it . Put it into the fridge for at least 2 hours !

Enjoy !!!!!

Happy baking <3

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  1. Looks yummy! I bookmarked this for late! Debbie @

  2. Thanx for coming by and following me Debbie !