Recipe for making apple cakes and cream
Today in Family Kitchen with Javier Romero I present you a classic of cakes, the well-known cakes with apples and confectionery cream, prepared with puff pastry. They usually also have a jam filling, which in this case I chose apricot. Then they also have a little grated coconut and glaze to give them something more eye-catching. The classic is because they work and I’ve known them all my life. They are marketed by many wholesale bakery companies, so you can imagine that they are very much consumed. Of course, they have nothing to do with the ones I’ve made, because homemade is always better, and in the case of these apple pies, it’s no exception.
Apple pies and pastries are made in large numbers around the world. Both in versions and in quantity, they are a safe bet when you put a holiday, breakfast, breakfast or any other occasion that comes to mind. And that’s why I’m going to leave you here with links to apple pie recipes that I posted in Family Kitchen, which you can see by clicking on the title in blue.
– Apple pie, the easiest in the world
– Apple pie and cream (made with crushed dough)
– French apple pie
Ingredients for 6 people
We started with making a confectionery cream, for which I will leave you the recipe that I posted and which you can see CLICK HERE. When we are done, we will pour it into a spring so that it cools down quickly.
After cooling the confectionery cream, we will start assembling the cakes. First we have to peel and assemble the apples.
Then we will cut them into thin slices with either a mandolin or a knife.
Now we need to unfold the puff pastry sheet and cut it into 6 rectangles. Then we will place them on a tray in which we will put parchment paper and spread a little confectionery cream in the center of each rectangle. Then we will cover the cream with half a slice of apple, stacked on top of each other.
We turn on the oven at 200 ° C with heating up and down WITHOUT a fan and when it is hot we will put the cakes, which will be baked for 20 minutes.
After this time we will take the pan out of the oven and when the cakes have cooled down a bit, we will cover them with a thin layer of apricot jam, especially in the center.
To give the final finish, we will sprinkle a little grated coconut on the puff pastry around and put some cherries in the center.
And that’s it, friends, we finished our apple cakes with cream. I hope you will prepare them very soon in your respective homes and tell me the result on social networks. Nothing more for today, more tomorrow and better here in Family Kitchen.
Thanks for reading.
David from 55000 Recipes