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This recipe has been made over generations in my family. Traditionally, the crust is made with unsalted butter, flour and a little sugar. Italian Prunes are used; they are different than traditional plums because they have a yellow skin. These come into season around the fall, and can be tricky to find. This is a vital ingredient to use-- traditional plums don't work for this! Cinnamon-sugar and melted butter is added on top of the tart-- I'd tell you the Bavarian name, but you could never pronounce it! "TZVE-TZIN-DATCHI".
To speed things up, today, I used a quality pre-made pie crust from Trader Joe's.Submitted by FOODIEWIFE
This is a family heirloom recipe that is a family favorite. This recipe has not been slimmed down, because there is no way to do it without losing the authenticity of the recipe. HOWEVER, I have calculated the recipe so that I can "plan ahead" to eat a slice, enjoy it and track it in my food journalSubmitted by FOODIEWIFE
I got this recipe from a Weight Watchers member. This is perfect when you want a piece of cake but don't want the temptation of a whole cake in the house.Submitted by HAGMASS
Holiday meals can be so heavy, it’s refreshing to have a dessert that is relatively light, like this flourless lemon almond cake. This is a classic cake recipe, if I’m not mistaken, from southern Spain. The basic ingredients are simply almond flour (finely ground blanched almonds), eggs, sugar, and lemon zest. No butter or wheat flour. The cake behaves a bit like a soufflé in that it gets most of its rise from the eggs in the batter, and then gently falls as it settles. I’ve included a bit of baking powder to help the cake maintain a bit more structure as it cools. The result is a light and tender crumb, softly sweet and lemony. You could easily twirl some raspberry sauce around it, or add a dollop of whipped cream. Enjoy!Submitted by FREEBIRDMOM
It might not be as rich and heavy as the real one, but the taste is just as good!Submitted by TWEETTY