Come see us today now through noon in Oberlin at the Certified Farmers Market on 6th Avenue , Oberlin LA!!!
I could not find a recipe for persimmon bread pudding using coconut flour, so I decided to research equivalents. Coconut flour is gluten free, high in fiber, takes less baking time and coconut flour is very thirsty. So it takes less coconut flour than a grain flour, and more eggs than a grain recipe. (Typically one egg per ounce of coconut flour)
Try this recipe and let me know what you think.
- 4 eggs room temperature (another benefit of having chickens, the eggs you pick in the morning are room temperature!)
- 1 1/3 c. coconut sugar
- 1 TBSP. real vanilla
- 3 c. persimmon puree
- 10 Tbsp. butter melted (I used salted butter)
- 2 tsp. baking soda
- 1/4 tsp. salt
- 2 tsp. of cinnamon
- 1/2 c. coconut flour
Preheat your oven to 350 degrees, and prepare two loaf pans
Remove the tops of the persimmons with a butter knife, they are easy to pop off. Curt into quarters and puree in the blender.
Mix eggs, sugar and vanilla, then add the melted butter and puree.
Add dry ingredients together, then gently fold into the wet mixture but when using coconut flour make sure to get the clumps out.
Pour into prepared pans and bake for about 40-45 minutes, or until a knife inserted comes fairly out clean.
Cool in the pan on a wire rack for ten minutes, then remove from pan and continue cooling. This will be a moist loaf which makes it great as a bread pudding.
Cut into slices and drizzle the Spiced Rum Sauce over the top. See Ces’t Si bon for rum sauce recipe.
- 1/2 c. Sugar
- 1 TBSP of flour or cornstarch
- 2 TBSP butter, melt in a small saucepan
Add the sugar/flour mixture when melted. Then add
- 1 c. milk ( I used Almond Milk)
Bring to a boil then stir constantly with a whisk until thickened.
- Add 3 TBPS of spiced rum to thickened mixture.
Top this rum sauce over your favorite bread pudding, peach cobbler or whatever you choose.
LSU vs. Wisconsin at Green Bay today so it’s time to get you game gear on and root for LSU!!!
Here is a little sample of our game day snack – Muffuletta Sliders and so easy to make!
Take 2 jars of pickled vegetables and pulse in a food processor until chopped fine. Add 3/4 cup of chopped Spanish olives (with pimientos) and 2 tbsp of Newmans Own olive oil and vinegar salad dressing.
Place on each dinner roll cut in half (aka sliders) in this order: a tablespoon of salad mix, half slice of Swiss cheese, deli style ham slice, a slice of salami, and half slice of provolone cheese and the top of the roll. Wa la! Enjoy.
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Fruge’ Produce! If we get enough fall crop to offer, check us out at Iota or Jennings Farmer’s Market. In the meantime here is a list of local markets to visit for fresh produce or hand made items.
Jennings Farmers Market 7-10 a.m. every Saturday now through November. This is located on the corner of Main an Nezpique at Founders Park. Items available: eggs, fresh produce when available, (they have okra) sewing items and arts and crafts.
Lake Arthur American Legion Farmers Market 8-noon the second Saturday of the month. Located at the American Legion Post 403 parking lot, 701 Highway 26. Items available are: seafood, eggs, homemade arts, crafts, household items, sweet dough, jams, jellies, bbq’s, pickles and local produce when available.
Iota Farmers Market is from 8-12 on the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month on the gazebo right on Main Street. The have a variety of fruits and vegetables, in season, and usually some home made hot sauces.
Oberlin Farmers Market located at 228 W. 6th Street in Oberlin. This market is every Wednesday from 9a.m to 1:00 p.m. fruits and vegetables that are in season. Very sweet coordinator.
Ville Platte Farmers Market is going to start up at the end of September, through November on Fridays at 4p.m. to 6p.m. at 11 East Main Street in Ville Platte.
Welsh Farmers Market runs May to October on Tuesdays from 4p.m. to 6p.m. at the Welsh City Hall grounds.
Farm Market at Robin Farms open off and on throughout the year on Saturdays, with various vendors. Please call (337) 789-3776 to verify the time they are open. Church Point LA