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Healthy 'Madeleine' with Dragon fruit powder

Updated: Nov 18, 2023

No added sugar 'Madeleine' by Chef Gunawan


The madeleine or petite madeleine is a traditional small cake from Commercy and Liverdun, two communes located in the Lorraine region in northeastern France. Madeleines are very small sponge cakes with a distinctive shell-like shape acquired from being baked in pans with shell-shaped depressions.


Here's a healthy Madeleine by Chef Gunawan with NO added sugar using our Dragon fruit or Pitaya powder, as we've just had World Diabetes Day held yearly on the 14th November. The primary global awareness campaign focuses on diabetes mellitus with a different theme each year. World Diabetes Day is an opportunity to raise awareness about the impact of diabetes on the health of people and to highlight the opportunities to strengthen the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of diabetes.

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Enjoy Dragon fruit Madeleine with a cup of warm Butterfly Pea tea

Dry ingredient: *60g flour *25g cornstarch *50g Lakanto Classic *4g Baking Powder *5g-10g @my.blue.tea Red Dragon fruit Powder




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Chef Gunawan Wu, who is currently Sweet Responsible Ambassador for Lakanto Australia, Chocolate Ambassador for Nestlé Professional Australia and also Chef Instructor at Scoffed Cooking School. He is dedicated to sharing his skills, passion and knowledge through his classes.


Chef Gunawan is generous and loves to share his healthy recipes. You might also like to try his Durian Bombe Alaska recipe and read about Chef Gunawan as he currently teaches baking online. You can also like and follow Chef Gunawan via his Instagram @awi_wu.





Wet Ingredients: *60g Lakanto Golden Malt Flavoured syrup *35g @my.blue.tea Coconut milk powder *75g melted butter


Method: (1) Pre heat oven at 170°c (2) In a bowl, Mix all dry ingredient together. (3) In another bowl mix all wet ingredient together, then pour into dry mix, then mix well.

(4) Chill in the fridge for about 30 mins, (5) Then scoop the batter onto Madeleine tray. (6) Bake for 15 minutes. Cool & serve


Why Dragon fruit Madeleine ?

Dragon fruit was chosen not just for it's pretty pink colour but did you know that dragon fruit has numerous health benefits such as :-

  • High in antioxidants such as flavonoids, phenolic acid, betacyanin

  • Naturally fat-free

  • High in fibre

  • Helps in digestion

  • Contains prebiotics that feed the healthy probiotics in the gut

  • Strengthen immune system

  • Helps stabilise blood sugar

  • Great for skin

  • May boost iron levels

  • High in magnesium



Tips:-

You can also create various Madeleine flavours with our products ie Pandan Madeleine, Butterfly Pea, Purple Sweet Potato and Jackfruit. Something exotic that you won't see much in the marketplace.


Dragon fruit Madeleine in the baking pan prior cooking. And do enjoy the final mini sponge cake along with a warm cup of Butterfly Pea tea with Chef.


Butterfly Pea tea was chosen to pair with this mini sponge cake because it may help with managing blood sugar as per our previous blog and for World Diabetes Day - "A healthy drink with proven benefits for diabetes, cancer, oxidative stress" - from a doctor's point of view, our beautiful Butterfly Pea tea is a great boost to health!




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