Delicious yeast pastry with pieces of chocolate. Traditionally, the Three King cake is prepared every year for 6 January. 👑 The cake is quickly made and perfect for to go.
To be honest, I’ve never heard of the Epiphany cake before 😃 The Day of the Three Kings I knew from my time in kindergarten, but that was quite a long time ago. January 6 is already over, but I still wanted to try and share this yeast pastry with you. I became aware of this through Mrs Flury on Instagram. She really has a lot of great vegan and healthy recipes, so you have to stop by. In any case, the yeast cake tasted very good and reminded me of chocolate rolls. So try it out! 😙
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Your Lea 😘
- 500 g Flour (in my Case wheat flour)
- 2 Tsp Sugar (in my Case Datesweetnes)
- 1 Tsp Salt
- 1 Pack Try Yeast
- 250 g lukewarm soy milk (or any other vegetable milk)
- 85 g soft margarine
- 50 g dark chocolate drops (Vegan)
- Mix the dry ingredients and add the soy milk and margarine.
- Knead all ingredients into a smooth dough, cover and leave to rise for 60 minutes.
- Weigh 8 portions of 80 g each from the dough and knead in chocolate drops according to taste. Form balls, put 1 king or 1 almond into one ball.
- Form a large ball from the remaining dough, place it on a baking tray lined with baking paper, spread the small balls evenly around it, cover and leave to rise at room temperature for another 30 minutes.
- Spread the Dreikönigskuchen with some apricot jam or soy milk.
- Bake at 180 degrees on the second rail from below for approx. 25-30 minutes.