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How to Bake Gluten-Free Tea Time Financiers

Updated on September 15, 2019
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Renz has been a local food blogger in the Philippines for almost seven years.

Gluten-Free Tea Time Financiers
Gluten-Free Tea Time Financiers

Pastries, especially bite-sized ones, are meant to be enjoyed by all. Nothing beats having a sweet on-the-go snacks to energize your afternoon. Unfortunately, due to the wheat content in most pastries that triggers gluten intolerance, some of us are having restrictions on pastries.

Intolerance/allergy to gluten affects up to 6-7% of the population, but Time magazine puts it that about 30% of Americans avoid eating products that contain gluten. Complications of being intolerant or allergic to gluten include bloating, abdominal pains and other intestinal issues. This explains why there is now a growing need for gluten-free pastry alternatives.

Rise of Gluten-Free Pastries

To cater to the emerging gluten-free market, some stores such as coffee shops are now offering gluten-free pastries. However, there are still not much options available as the market still is just adapting. This explains why many resort to making it by themselves at their homes. Thankfully, there are now growing recipes online that make this easier, which includes this recipe on gluten-free tea time financiers.

One of the easiest pastries to make is the financier. All you need to do is to mix the ingredients, pour it in a mold, bake, and voila! You already have some delightful snacks on hand.

Prep and Bake Time

Prep time: 35 min
Ready in: 35 min
Yields: Serves six people

Ingredients for Tea Time Financiers

  • 55g hazelnut power
  • 20g mango puree
  • 145g icing sugar
  • 50g rice flour
  • 60g hazelnut oil
  • 12g inverted sugar
  • 2g baking powder
  • 1g salt

Instructions

  1. Mix all the ingredients into a large bowl, and ensure that it's evenly mixed. No whisking needed. The resulting texture will be watery, so don't panic. To make it organized, you can begin mixing all the wet ingredients first before adding all the dry ingredients. As a tip, you can put all the dry ingredients in a closed container and shake it, before mixing with the wet ingredients. This will ensure that you get an even distribution for your mixture.
  2. Prepare the baking mold, preferably rectangular-shaped ones that are bite-sized. Pour out the mix into the mold. You can use one that is made of silicone, so that it will be easy to remove the financiers from the mold.
  3. Bake at 170°C for about 15-20 minutes, or until the financiers turn brown and lightly crisp.
  4. Serve and plate.
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Mixing all the ingredients together for the financiers (Step 1)Pouring the mixture into a pastry mold (Step 2)Baking the financiers until lightly crisp (Step 3)Gluten-free tea time financiers. Finished!
Mixing all the ingredients together for the financiers (Step 1)
Mixing all the ingredients together for the financiers (Step 1)
Pouring the mixture into a pastry mold (Step 2)
Pouring the mixture into a pastry mold (Step 2)
Baking the financiers until lightly crisp (Step 3)
Baking the financiers until lightly crisp (Step 3)
Gluten-free tea time financiers. Finished!
Gluten-free tea time financiers. Finished!

These tea time financiers has this sweetness characterized by subtle fruitiness (from the mango puree). The light crispness gives it a nice texture making each bite enjoyable. You'll hardly notice that this is gluten-free. It's as great as the wheat-based ones.

Tips on the Recipe

  • Hazelnut powder can be replaced by other nut powders such as peanut and almonds.
  • The icing sugar can be replaced by other sugar such as coconut or even the white sugar.

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This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.

© 2019 Renz Kristofer Cheng

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