Strawberry Einkorn Slices with Almonds | © 2015 | | © 2015 |

This juicy, crunchy strawberry einkorn cake is both dairy and refined-sugar free,it’s also quick and simple to prepare using whatever fruit is most plentiful at the time, making it a great option for a healthy dessert.

Strawberry Einkorn Slices with Almonds

inspired by Cranberry Jam
  • 180 g Einkorn, ground into flour
  • 100 g Almond meal
  • 7 g Baking powder
  • 120 g Homemade applesauce
  • 3 package NuNaturals white stevia powder
  • 3 Medium eggs
  • 1 tsp Vanilla extract
  • 125 g Coconut oil, melted
  • 500 g Strawberries, trimmed and quartered
  • 45 g Einkorn, ground into flour
  • 50 g Coconut oil
  • 1-2 tbsp Coconut blossom sugar
  • 50 g Flaked almonds
  1. Line a 28cmx25cm baking tray with parchment paper. Preheat the oven to 180C/350F.
  2. Whisk together the ground einkorn flour, almond meal and baking powder in a bowl. Add in NuNaturals white stevia powder, applesauce, eggs, vanilla extract and melted coconut oil. Stir with an electric hand mixer until just combined. Spread the batter into the prepared pan and top with quartered strawberries.
  3. Place all the topping ingredients in a bowl. Rub them together between your fingers until you have large crumbs. Sprinkle the crumbs over the berries and bake for 35-40 minutes. | © 2015 | | © 2015 |


Unknown 8/4/15 08:07

This cake looks lovely Angie. Very soft and moist. Beautiful presentation. Very tempting and super yummy. Love it :)

Emma | Fork and Good 8/4/15 10:14

Wow, I'm never disappointed by your blog Angie. These look so pretty, I can only imagine that they taste just as good. I love cakes that are mostly sweetened by apple sauce, I know there's stevia in it as well, but it just makes me want to eat it all!

jasna varcakovic 8/4/15 11:05

Crunchy and fruity, can't ask for better desert Angie. Bonus is that any fruit can be used :-)

Medeja- CranberryJam 8/4/15 11:40

Another great and healthy recipe! Strawberries and almonds..yummy!

Sam Hoffer / My Carolina Kitchen 8/4/15 11:44

I wish I was at your house for breakfast this morning Angie :)

ami@naivecookcooks 8/4/15 14:28

Angie I have still not used einkorn flour! Need to get it so I can make this delicious looking cake! I love your photography girl :)

Gloria Baker 8/4/15 14:48

What lovely strawberry cake Angie!
Look delicious!

Tricia Buice 8/4/15 15:01

What a beautiful cake Angie - the strawberries add such a great touch of color. Healthy and delicious - a winner all the way around. Love your flowers - you must have a lovely garden.

Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake 8/4/15 16:20

What gorgeous cake!! Perfect way to feature all the lovely strawberries at the market!

foodtravelandwine 8/4/15 17:25

What a delicious treat! inviting to have it with a nice cup of tea!.......Abrazotes, Marcela

Koko 8/4/15 18:21

This is a beautiful recipe Angie! I'd like to try baking with stevia more often.

Choclette 8/4/15 18:26

You have me stumped Angie. I've no idea what Einkorn is! I'm sure it's something I ought to know about. These slices look totally delicious.

BTW I've moved my blog to Tin and Thyme - chocolate still features, but much more besides ;-)

Monica 8/4/15 20:21

That looks so inviting. I love the almonds and I adore the crunchy top and the moist cake. : )

Unknown 8/4/15 21:01

Looks wonderful Angie! I love how the berries peak through the crumb topping.

Viviane Bauquet Farre - Food & Style 8/4/15 22:02

I love the way the red strawberries show through the top crust -- like the first shoots of spring :)

Ashley@CookNourishBliss 9/4/15 01:52

This cake looks so lovely! And with the strawberry / almond combo sounds fantastic!

mjskit 9/4/15 03:24

Always looking something up when I come here. Had to look up einkorn. Had no idea what it was. What a beautiful cake it makes with the strawberries! Thanks for sharing Angie!

Abbe@This is How I Cook 9/4/15 05:04

Spring has arrived when I see recipes like this! Looks so perfect for the season, Angie!

Sharon D. 9/4/15 05:27

Ooo..this is such a gorgeous treat, Angie. You have a way of making food look magical. ❤ ❤

Geri Saucier 9/4/15 10:14

This looks delicious. Strawberries are one of my favorite fruits.

Beena 9/4/15 10:47

Really tempting yummy cake. Pass me a piece of cake

Joanne 9/4/15 13:23

Such a lovely snack cake! i've been very into strawberries good!

grace 9/4/15 16:33

sliced almonds are the best--so crunchy and packing so much flavor! this cake is undoubtedly as tasty as it is beautiful!

Pam 9/4/15 17:15

It looks so pretty and delicious.

Sokehah cheah 9/4/15 17:16

I've learnt something new today....einkorn, and your cake looks so lovely, like the topping!

Kelly Mulcair Registered Nutritionist. Content © 2011 Trinity Nutrition. 9/4/15 17:40

Now this is my kind of cake Angie! You've got all the elements here - texture, color, taste, nourishing ingredients. It's just gorgeous too - love the rustic, earthy appearance and I would welcome a slice with my afternoon tea :). Almond meal is one of my favorite flours to work with in baking. It lends just a subtle coarseness to the texture of cakes/loaves that we love and find rather addictive. Beautiful.

Unknown 9/4/15 19:13

That looks delicious!! My daughter is really into strawberries right now too! <3 -

Alida 9/4/15 22:30

Fresh looking and healthy. They look just so perfect for spring! Very nice Angie!

Marcela 10/4/15 00:18

omg. This is just too delicious! I love it! So healthy!
Awesome recipe, Angie!

Unknown 10/4/15 01:42

You did it again! Einkorn - is something totally new for me! Now I wonder-))



GlutenFreeHappyTummy 10/4/15 05:59

wow this is almost too beautiful to eat! love that deep red color!

Honey Bee Sweets 10/4/15 12:11

This looks amazing Angie! The overflowing toppings and the wholesome ingredients you use everytime makes it even better. Bookmarked!

Kathy 10/4/15 16:34

Looks gorgeous, Angie! Love the crumb topping with the berries…luscious looking!

Sandhya Hariharan 10/4/15 16:36

What a gorgeous treat Angie !!!

Delectably Green 10/4/15 20:37

These slices look so gorgeous. I've never cooked with einkorn flour but pretty sure I've seen it - looking forward to giving it a go!

Kelly 10/4/15 20:38

This looks gorgeous, Angie! Fruity snack cakes are my favorite especially strawberries right now! The pretty topping is definitely calling my name! Love this!

Emma @ Bake Then Eat 10/4/15 21:04

This is certainly beautiful looking slice!

fimere 10/4/15 21:30

quel magnifique gâteau aux fraises
bonne soirée

Amy 10/4/15 22:28

This is gorgeous! I would love a big slice, too! :P

Pachecopatty 11/4/15 00:10

Gorgeous cake Angie-love the strawberries and so happy it's the season for these beauties ;)

mui mui 11/4/15 06:39

Hi Angie,
This dessert is such a beauty.
I love the generous topping of almond flakes!
Simply delicious!

Gourmet Getaways 11/4/15 14:18

Nie looking soft cake with crunchy and juicy toppers, you really don't need sugar. Great job, as usual, Angie!

Julie & Alesah
Gourmet Getaways xx

Cathleen 11/4/15 14:29

This looks so good. And so spring too! I love it!

Dawn @ Words Of Deliciousness 11/4/15 17:58

The cake is amazing Angie. I love the pictures. I wish that I could have a slice of it right now.

Sweet Posy Dreams 11/4/15 23:12

I learn about so many new things from you. Einkorn -- that was new to me.

Unknown 12/4/15 12:29

One other new ingredient for me, Einkorn, the cake looks fantastic..

Barbara 12/4/15 14:19

I would have loved a slice of that at breakfast this morning, Angie. Love all those crunchy almonds in your crumble and the cake looks so moist!

All That I'm Eating 12/4/15 17:15

I love einkorn so it's great to see it used in a recipe like this, sounds so good.

SavoringTime in the Kitchen 12/4/15 18:48

You find such wonderful ingredients to bake with, Angie! This cake looks delicious and so pretty too.

Beth 12/4/15 21:44

Lovely photographs, Angie! Your plate is so pretty.

Sandra 13/4/15 01:32

Oh!!! Angie!Angie! You made my mouth water... I love the idea that it's so healthy yet looks amazingly delicious. Fantastic recipe!!!!

motherrimmy 13/4/15 04:17

I always learn something new when I visit your blog. I had no idea what einkorn was, so I googled it. I've used farro before, but in whole grain form. It certainly didn't look as delicious as this!

Bakericious 13/4/15 04:38

Angie, this looks yummy especially with the crust topping!

Sue 13/4/15 06:47

This looks so delicious! We have lots of strawberries straight from the fields around here, so I always love finding another great recipe using them, :) Thanks, Angie!

Gwen 13/4/15 20:53

I thought I already commented on this one. ;/ maybe it's just that I've been dreaming of it since I last saw it. 😍 pinned to make soon! oxox

tigerfish 14/4/15 03:20

I am actually quite new to einkorn. Thanks for sharing.

[Reply] 17/4/15 03:50

Such a beautiful dessert. Perfect for the spring with the strawberries and almonds!!

Alida 19/4/15 18:27

Beautiful slices!! They look really inviting and delicious, Almonds are so good in baking!

Roz | La Bella Vita Cucina 19/4/15 20:52

Absolutely scrumptious and perfect for fresh strawberries! Love this Angie (pinned and printed immediately!) xo Roz

Paula @ Vintage Kitchen 21/4/15 04:07

A combination that I never thought of! Strawberries and coconut together, really gorgeous Angie! I always look for ways to use coconut. I have tons and no matter how much I bake with it, there's always a lot left , haha!

Big Rigs 'n Lil' Cookies 21/4/15 04:40

This looks amazing! I haven't heard of Einkorn before, I will have to look at my co-op and see if they have it.

Kiran @ 21/4/15 19:51

Looks divine!! Love the strawberries here. I need to try einkorn though :D

My Little Space 24/4/15 12:02

Oh man, this looks so gooooood ! How I wish I can grab a few slices from here. >o<

Anonymous 25/4/15 10:25

I made your delectable amazing cake & loved every bite!
It was ooh so delicious & I sued the 1st Belgian strawberries of the Season in here!
Divine! xxx


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