How to make a vegan orange tompouce for Kingsday
Kingsday it is! Of course an orange tompouce is a must. We have a great recipe for you which is also completely vegan, yum! Are you going to make these delicious orange tompouces for Kingsday?
– 55 g custard powder
– 250 ml almond milk
– 250 ml soya cream
– 1 sachet vanilla sugar
– 70g coconut blossom sugar
– 1 roll of vegan puff pastry
– 80 g powdered sugar
– 1.5 tbsp carrot juice
How to prepare it?
1. Make a cream with the custard and half of the almond milk, so there are no lumps in the pudding later.
2. Heat the rest of the almond milk together with the soy cream in a pan and stir in the vanilla sugar, coconut blossom sugar and the custard mixture.
3. Keep stirring frequently until the mixture becomes thick. Then allow it to cool well.
4. Meanwhile, preheat the oven to 200 degrees.
5. Roll out the puff pastry and prick FEW holes in it with a fork. This will prevent large air bubbles from forming during baking.
6. Bake the puff pastry in the oven for 10 minutes or until light brown.
7. Once the puff pastry has cooled completely (very important!), you can cut it into 12 rectangular pieces with a sharp knife.
8. Make the glaze by mixing the powdered sugar with the carrot juice. If it’s too thick, you can add an extra teaspoon or two of carrot juice. Shot out? Then add more powdered sugar.
9. If all goes well, you now have all the parts of the tompouce ready. Spread six slices of puff pastry with a thick layer of the custard mixture. On the other six you spread the glaze.
10. Place these on top of the custard and put the tompouces in the refrigerator for another hour to stiffen, or just eat them all at once. PARTY TIME!