apple galettes (with carbalose flour)

the flaky crust is really good served with milk…

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Ingredients

For the dough:

4T (32g) carbalose flour

1t (5g) Truvia

2T (28g) cold butter (cut into small cubes)

1/6 (5g) egg yolk

ice water (1/2-1t)

For the filling:

1/4 of a small apple (28g),  cut into small slices

1/4t (0.5g) cinnamon

1/4t (1g?) truvia

1/2t (2g) melted butter

xanthan gum

 

Directions

Mix Carbalose flour and Truvia.  Place the flour mixture, butter, and egg yolk in a food processor and pulse to make crumbly mixture. (or quickly combine using hand, but you need to work quickly so the butter does not melt).

add ice water a little at a time to make dough.

wrap the dough in plastic wrap and place in the freezer for 5 minutes.

Mix all the ingredients for the filling

break the dough into four pieces.

Between two parchment papers, roll out each dough to a circular shape.  place 1/4 of the apple filling on top and fold in the edges.  repeat for the remaining three.

place on a parchment paper lines baking sheet and bake at 350F (preheated) for 13-15 minutes, until the crust is golden brown.

 

Notes

Ratio 1.5:1

Makes 4 mini apple galettes

For each apple galettes (2.5g carb, 91 calories)

Please check with your dietitian before using carbalose flour to see if it is allowed for your diet.

**PLEASE READ DISCLAIMER BEFORE TRYING THIS RECIPE**
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2 thoughts on “apple galettes (with carbalose flour)

  1. Where can you buy this carbalose flour and if I can’t get what nut flour do you think would be comparable to it? I need it today if you can hopefully help me that quickly…Thanks!

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