Pepita Einkorn Cakelets

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These delicious cakelets with all the goodness of pumpkin seed are quick and simple to make and perfect served with a nice cup of tea or with a dollop of custard or crème fraîche for a Sunday lunch dessert.

  • 150 g Pepita seeds, ground into powder
  • 70 g Einkforn, ground flour
  • 1/4 tsp Salt
  • 1 tsp Baking powder
  • 170 g Unsalted butter
  • 100 g Coconut sugar
  • 3 Eggs
  • 2 tbsp Pepita seeds, roughly chopped
  1. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F. In a bowl, combine pepita powder, the einkorn flour, salt and baking powder. Set aside.
  2. In another bowl, cream the butter and coconut sugar with an electric mixer. Add the eggs, one at a time, beating until smooth. Stir in the dry ingredients with a wooden spoon until incorporated.
  3. Spoon the batter into 12 muffins cups lined with paper liners. I used 10 silicone muffin cups and a 8cm leftover tartlet crust. Sprinkle the tops with chopped pepita seeds.
  4. Bake in the center of hot oven for about 18-20 minutes. or until a skewer inserted in the centre of a cakelet comes out clean. Stand in the pan for 5 minutes. Transfer to a wire rack to cool.

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75 comments:

Jessica Hylton 14/9/16 08:55

This is SO beautifully unique Angie! Love the Einkorn flour.

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Alida 14/9/16 10:43

Not only these must be delicious they look pretty too! I love your creativity Angie. Have a nice day x

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Barbara 14/9/16 13:33

love pepita seeds! Fun idea to grind them into flour and use with einkorn flour. These little cakelets look yummy, Angie!

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Monica 14/9/16 14:14

Love these moist little cakelets! So nice for afternoon tea or dessert over the weekend.

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Rumana Ambrin 14/9/16 15:44

They look so appetizing!!!

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motherrimmy 14/9/16 15:49

These are so cute - perfect for a holiday brunch! The color is so festive!

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thecompletecookbook 14/9/16 16:39

Delicious! Love recipes like this Angie. Never heard a pumpkin seed being called a pepita seed before.
Have a beautiful day.
:-) Mandy xo

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All That I'm Eating 14/9/16 17:05

These are so cute! Would be great for a lunchtime snack at work.

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Pam 14/9/16 18:37

Wish I had one to go with my coffee right now.

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Evolve With Mary 14/9/16 18:43

These little cakelets are so cute and I bet they taste better then they look, which seems impossible. I’ve never used Einkform flour, can’t wait to try this recipe in the near future. :)

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No Spoon Necessary 14/9/16 18:45

These cakelets are SO gorgeous, Angie!! I am seriously getting ALL the fall vibes from these! I happen to have a strange addiction to pumpkin seeds so I LOVE that you used them here!! Cheers, friend!

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Królowa Karo 14/9/16 19:35

I like pumpkin seed. I think, it must be very good.

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Evelyne CulturEatz 14/9/16 19:35

I do like my pumpkin seeds! These are so adorable. I just got a plain but vintage small cake tin in a garage sale, I think these would be perfect for it.

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Cheri Savory Spoon 14/9/16 19:48

I bet these cakelets taste amazing, love pepitas and the nutty flavor from the einkorn flour. Delicious!

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Kelly 14/9/16 20:01

These cakelets are the cutest, Angie! Love the pumpkin seeds! I wish I had a few with my tea right now!

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grace 14/9/16 20:41

what a lovely batch of tiny cakes! i don't think i've ever used pepitas in such a way but they must add a lovely texture and flavor!

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Tricia Buice 14/9/16 22:50

We love pepitas but I've never thought to grind them into a powder. I bet these have amazing flavor and great texture. Thanks!

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Ashley@CookNourishBliss 14/9/16 22:59

Obsessed doesn't even begin to cover how I feel about pumpkin seeds! haha These little cakes sound delicious!

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Peachy @ The Peach Kitchen 14/9/16 23:52

Nice looking cake lets! I bet these are delicious.

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Balvinder Ubi 15/9/16 02:38

I love these tasty and wholesome cakelets.

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kankana 15/9/16 05:24

Am not quite familiar with these flavors but the cake does look stunning!

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Dannii @ Hungry Healthy Happy 15/9/16 10:05

I haven't heard of these before, but anything with pumpkin seeds in is good with me!

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Nava K 15/9/16 10:56

Delicous? Yes, absolutely. Never heard of these cakes, but I am trilled and excited to see them.

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Summer 15/9/16 13:22

These cakelets look like perfection, Angie ♥

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Nammi 15/9/16 13:31

I love that green. Is it from that flour u used or the pepitas. Would go nicely with a cup of tea

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Nammi 15/9/16 13:31

I love that green. Is it from that flour u used or the pepitas. Would go nicely with a cup of tea

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Nancy Chan 15/9/16 14:58

I think they will make great snacks! Have a fantastic day!

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Anne Regalado 15/9/16 15:09

I thought there's a matcha in these little cakelets :D It certainly looks quiet delicious and perfect with a cup of tea !

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Jean | DelightfulRepast.com 15/9/16 15:59

Angie, this is another of your unique creations that has me wanting to reach right into the computer screen and grab one!

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Liz Berg 15/9/16 16:14

What beautiful mini cakes! Perfect teatime treat. I love that mold, too---such lovely shaped treats!!

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Eva Taylor 15/9/16 16:17

I just love the colour. And that it is not too sweet, a perfect treat. It's brutally hot 28C so I'll have to bookmark for later.

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lisa is cooking 15/9/16 16:28

I'd love to have one of these pretty cakelets with a cup of tea today! The pepitas look great on top.

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Evi @ greenevi 15/9/16 17:15

I've just bought a big bag of pumpkin seed flour and was wondering what I should do with it. Now I know :)
Thanks for the inspo!

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Mindy Boyd 15/9/16 17:49

Rustic and beautiful. I just love your recipes!

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Hema 15/9/16 18:12

The cakelets look so cute, so pepita seeds are pumpkin seeds..

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Geraldine Saucier 15/9/16 18:44

Pumpkins seeds are great for this time of year. Love these cakes. Perfect for an after school treat.

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beena stephen 15/9/16 19:32

No words, Looks really tempting

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fimère .b 15/9/16 22:00

ils sont si gourmands et appétissants
bonne soirée

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Shashi at RunninSrilankan 15/9/16 22:38

I so need to get my hands on some Einkforn flour so I can try making these low sugar, GORGEOUS and tasty little cakelets! Adorable, Angie!

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Pamela @ Brooklyn Farm Girl 16/9/16 02:06

Love the touch of color on these beauties! They look so tasty too!

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Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 16/9/16 02:40

I LOVE pepita's! I can only imagine what amazing flavor these cakelets have with the pepita seed's being ground into a powder!

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mjskit 16/9/16 04:24

What a great idea to make a powder from the pepitas and them to turn it into a cakelet. A very unique and tasty recipe Angie!

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Ivy 16/9/16 05:07

These are so unique. I know I would love them!

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Elin Chia 16/9/16 10:17

Such healthy tea cakelets :) drooling !

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Harriet Emily 16/9/16 14:01

These cakelets are so beautiful Angie, I love their shapes and the photos are stunning! Thank you for sharing :)

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Karen (Back Road Journal) 16/9/16 16:22

I always have pumpkin seeds in my freezer…these sound like a good way of using them.

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Anu - My Ginger Garlic Kitchen 17/9/16 14:23

Love all your einkorn recipes and these cakelets sound and look fabulous. Such a perfect way of using pumpkin seeds. Hope you are having a lovely weekend.

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Catherine 17/9/16 15:09

Dear Angie, You always make everything look so tempting and delicious. My daughter would be in love with these muffins. I would enjoy them as well.
Have a wonderful weekend. xoxo Catherine

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 17/9/16 16:21

Angie, these look and sound delicious! I love pepitas and your idea of grinding them into flour was a great one. Anything with nuts and seeds and I'm on board :) There is something going on about disappearing comments in blogland these days! I wrote a comment yesterday and didn't know what happened to it but came back today just to check and see if it appeared. Nope.

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kitchen flavours 17/9/16 16:59

Very pretty cakelets! And looks very moist, tender and delicious!

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Kushi S 17/9/16 19:38

WOW! Another interesting and delicious recipe!

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nadia 18/9/16 23:01

I don't think I've ever come across Einkorn flour, but these cakelets look so good!

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Gloria Baker 19/9/16 02:22

These look beautiful Angie !

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Megan - The Emotional Baker 19/9/16 12:58

I love these cakelets! I'm really intrigued by this combo of ingredients and can't wait to give them a shot :)

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Yi Reservation 19/9/16 19:58

These look healthy and delicious and I'd love to skip lunch just for these! Great recipe!

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Amy (Savory Moments) 19/9/16 20:22

OK I'm loving the word "cakelet" right now! It sounds so fun and cute. These look great, Angie.

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norma chang 19/9/16 23:54

Love the color of your cakelet, such an easy recipe saving for future.

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tigerfish 20/9/16 00:45

Cakelets! I like the sound of them :P and I am a big fan of pumpkin seeds

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Dawn Yucuis 20/9/16 03:20

These little cakelets are so cute.They sound yummy too.

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Tania | My Kitchen Stories 20/9/16 14:01

Oh lovely Angie. i never thought to chop up pepita seeds like that.

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Jeanette | Jeanette's Healthy Living 20/9/16 14:54

These are so cute and I love how you used ground pepitas - the color is beautiful!

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Susan 20/9/16 16:42

I've never heard of Einkfom flour, but these look delicious. If I can't find this flour, is there a good substitute?

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Juliana 20/9/16 19:29

Angie, as usual so creative...I have pepitas every morning and never though in grinding it to make cake...these look awesome, easy and great for anytime!
Have a wonderful week ahead :)

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Angie Schneider 20/9/16 19:30

@Susan Spelt flour would work too, Susan.

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Maha Gadde 20/9/16 20:58

beautiful pictures..cakelets looks delicious.

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Rebecca Subbiah 21/9/16 01:02

fun recipe and seasonal for autumn

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Marcelle @ A Little Fish in the Kitchen 21/9/16 15:52

These look simple and sweet and like they will pair up perfectly with some tea or coffee! Perfect treat :)

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Reeni Pisano 22/9/16 03:49

These little cakelets are so cute! I love pepitas - I could easily eat a bunch of them!!

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Emma @ Bake Then Eat 22/9/16 21:22

These sound perfect for that mid afternoon pick me up!

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Sharon D 24/9/16 03:34

Oh my, this would make tea so much more exciting for me, Angie. It's something different and I love how it looks! ^^

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My Inner Chick 24/9/16 22:42

these muffins look scrumptious! May I have 1 or 2, please? xx

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