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It’s Valentine’s day.
Valentine’s Day – Day of Love. Flower Day. In general, this day is probably more for marketing and industrial purposes, because love should bloom every day instead of only on a certain day of the year. Nevertheless, it is a nice occasion to cook together, pamper yourself and become aware of what you have in common. Breakfast in bed will be a bit difficult on a Friday, but a braided marzipan – rose petal braid is more than wonderful for a Saturday morning, don’t you think?
I agree with you.
You can also prepare the dough tonight, so all you have to do is fill, bake and enjoy it tomorrow. And do you know what? It is vegan – but you don’t have to tell anyone, because nobody will understand it, I promise. It is a fluffy and juicy dough that, in combination with the marzipan, melts gently on the tongue. And when the fine scent of rose petals is added …
If you don’t like marzipan, you can fill it with a cinnamon mix instead. You only need a little (vegetable) butter, raw cane sugar and cinnamon. Incredibly simple and heavenly delicious. Or you don’t fill it at all and enjoy the braid as it is. With homemade jam, this taste is hard to beat.
We wish you a wonderful Valentine’s Day and have fun braiding together.
Marzipan brioche with rose petals
This beautiful brioche with marzipan and rose petals will not only inspire you for Valentine's Day, but also for Mother's Day. Promised.
Keyword: Baking, braid, Dessert, Marzipan, Mother’s day, Roses, Valentine’s day
Prep Time: 30minutes
Resting time: 1hour30minutes
Total Time: 2hours
Author: Joelle Berchtold
520gSpelt flour type 630
30gRaw cane sugar
1tsp.Beetroot powdere.g. from Sonnentor "beetroot latte"
1A handfulRose petalsroughly crushed
5 tbsp.Icing sugar
A couple ofRose petals
Preheat the oven to 45° C (top / bottom heat).
Put the flour and cinnamon in a large bowl.
Warm the almond milk to body temperature with the sugar and the coconut oil. Then crumble the yeast into it.
Warning: the milk mixture must never be too hot.
Knead all ingredients into a homogeneous dough for 10 minutes. It shouldn't be stickz anymore, otherwise ad a slight bit of flour.
Place the dough in a large bowl, cover with a cloth and place in the preheated oven. Leave the oven door open a bit, otherwise it will be too hot. A warm place, e.g. a heater or a sunny spot also does it.
Let the dough rise for about 1 hour.
After the hour, it should be at least twice the volume.
Remove from the bowl, knead briefly and let rise again in a warm place for 30 minutes.
During this time line the baking tin with baking paper. Cut the baking paper into a wide and a narrow strip so that the shape can be laid out optimally and without kinked baking paper.
Warm the marzipan together with the almond milk and the beetroot powder slowly in a small saucepan and stir until a homogeneous mass is obtained. It shouldn't boil. Finally, add the crushed rose petals. Then set aside.
Preheat the oven to 200 ° C (top/bottom heat).
Take out the dough, knead it and then roll out a rectangle with the rolling pin on a floured work surface. The dough should be a maximum of 0.5cm thick.
Brush with the marzipan mixture and roll up lengthways.
Then cut the roll apart in the middle lengthwise with a sharp knife.
Now press the two rollers together at one end and then screw them around each other. Then press the end together again.
Carefully place it in the tin and put itin the oven.
Mix the sugar with a little water so that a thick icing is created. Spread this over the braid and sprinkle with decorating sugar and rose petals.
The baking time can vary depending on the oven. It is best to never let the braid out of your sight. If it turns brown too early but still feels too soft, the heat is reduced to 180 ° C.