Madeleines with Amandín Teff Drink

  • Prep Time : 1:15 h
  • Cook Time : 15m
  • Ready In : 1:30 h

Today we suggest an absolutely traditional dessert: madeleines. But we’ve decided to experiment with our new Organic Teff Drink, the smallest cereal with the most properties, to make some madeleines in the most original way.

This tasty little cake of French origin, from the Lorraine region, is traditionally said to have been invented by a young cook named Madeleine Paulmier, who first made them in 1755 for the king of Poland, Stanislas Leszcynski, who had a palace there. Others claim that its origins go back to the time of the pilgrimages to Santiago de Compostela, where a young woman named Magdalena served pilgrims with a cake in the shape of a shell, the symbol of this pilgrimage.

Ready to make some delicious madeleines?


  • 350g flour
  • 200g cane sugar
  • 1 lemon / orange peel
  • 4 eggs
  • 250ml sunflower oil
  • 120ml Amandín Organic Teff Drink
  • 1 sachet of baking powder


Step 1

Preheat the oven to 200º

Step 2

Grate the orange or lemon peel and mix it with the sugar and the egg yolks.

Step 3

Mix it all together until it rises (about 15 or 20 minutes in the mixer).

Step 4

Add the Amandín Organic Teff Drink, the oil, the sifted flour and the sachet of baking powder.

Step 5

In another container, beat the egg whites with a pinch of salt until they form stiff peaks and carefully add them to the dough.

Step 6

Finally, fill the moulds, sprinkle sugar over them and leave them to stand for about 15 minutes before baking. Then bake in the oven for about 10-15 minutes.


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Amandín Product Advantages

  • Bebida ecológica de Teff

    El teff es rico en fibras, carbohidratos y minerales entre los que destacan el calcio, el hierro y el magnesio, y es muy apreciado por los deportistas porque contribuye a reponer fuerzas.

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