Normann Food Recipe: Apple Trifle

Everybody loves a good dessert and who we bet a lot of Danes out the remember having apple trifle as a child during a visit at their grandmothers house. We’ve updated this beloved dessert and added a hint of licorice.

Here is what you’ll need for 6 servings:

10 Apples 

6 tbsp. Oat flakes 

4 tbsp. Hazel nuts, chopped

2 tbsp. Sugar 

1 large tbsp. Licorice powder 

2,5 dl. Cream 

How to make it

Peel the apples, remove the core and slice the apples into pieces. Cook the apples in a pan with a little water and the sugar while stirring until it becomes a smooth porridge. Leave to cool. Roast oat flakes, hazel nuts, sugar and licorice powder in a pan until golden. Leave to cool. Alternately layer the apple porridge and oat crumble in a glass, top off with whipped cream and optionally a sprinkle of licorice powder. Serve cold.

For serving the Apple Trifle we recommend using a clear glass that shows off the beautful layering effect. We’ve used one of our Long Dring Glasses.

During the summer, we will be sharing eleven more delicious recipes here on the blog.

During July, the Flagship store in Copenhagen where has been transformed into a three-dimensional exhibition cook book. Do drop by to see the exhibition anbd collect your very own recipe cards if you are in the area, or check out the pictures from the exhibition here.

 

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