Hemp Leaf Quark Cake
Recommended amount of grass: 5g; makes 15 pieces, 0.3g per piece
For a deep baking sheet (a paper frame can be used if necessary)
grass, finely chopped
salt, 2 tablespoons of vanilla sugar, and juice of ½ a lemon
a small package of baking powder
For the Quark filling:
low-fat plain curd (or low fat ricotta cheese)
hemp oil or sunflower seed oil
packages of vanilla sauce powder
glass of drained maraschino cherries or other fruits
Melt 50g of butter. Add the finely chopped grass and let it cool. Mix in the rest of the butter. Stir the sugar, milk, eggs, and the spices in with the grass butter. Mix the baking powder and flour and knead them into the mixture. Lay out the dough on a baking sheet covered with baking paper and bake it to a light brown at 200 degrees Celsius in a preheated oven. Then reduce the temperature to 180 degrees.
For the filling, separate the eggs. Mix the yolks with half of the sugar and then mix them in with the rest of the ingredients. Beat the egg-whites stiff with the sugar and carefully fold it into the plain curd mixture. (At first just mix in a bit of the egg-white/sugar mixture in order to keep the mixture even.)
Bake on the middle rack of the 180 degree Celsius preheated oven for 35 minutes. Let the baking sheet cool and then spread on the frosting.
A tip for natural, healthy frosting: Agar-Agar is available in health food shops or for much cheaper in chinese grocery stores. It is made of seaweed, which can be helpful with hyperthyroidism. Furthermore, Agar-Agar frosting far outshines typical store bought frosting.
For a Baking Sheet Cake:
Bring the water, sugar, and agar-agar to a boil. Take it off the fire, and add the apple juice.
Test it, and if the frosting becomes to hard, add a bit of juice
Frosting for Diabetics for two tortes:
Bring it all together to a boil.