Heidi's Raspberry Torte Recipe ❤️
➤ by Oma Gerhild Fulson
Heidi's Raspberry Torte recipe, aka Himbeertorte, is SO very easy ... and pretty ... and super delicious. Use a variety of berries to change it ... or just raspberries.
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Heidi is a dear German friend that is a fantastic baker. She'll take recipes and change them to suit her style. Here in this fruit torte, she used a combination of raspberries and blueberries (a Canadian addition!)
Love this. It's such a great example of a quick German recipe that's so traditionally German :) A fantastic raspberry cake recipe, for sure!
My first taste of Heidi's Torte ...
Here Heidi used a combination of raspberries and blueberries.
Above is that first piece of Raspberry & Blueberry Torte that Heidi served me. Wunderbar! I knew I just had to have the recipe. Thankfully, Heidi loves to share!
It comes from the "Kochbuch der Frauengemeinschaft Wettrup" and is subtitled "Freude beim Zubereiten" meaning "it's fun to make."
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You'll see by the difference in the torte colors, that Heidi and I used different nuts. I used ground hazelnuts and she used ground almonds. Both delicious, yet slightly different in taste.
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Heidi's Raspberry Torte Recipe
Heidi's Raspberry Torte, aka Himbeertorte, recipe is SO very easy ... and pretty ... and super delicious. Use a variety of berries to change it ... or just raspberries.
Makes 10 - 12 servings.
- ¾ cup granulated sugar
- 4 eggs
- 7 ounces ground nuts
- 1⅔ cups whipping cream
- 2 packages whipping cream stabilizer (such as Whip It)
- About 1½ lb berries
- 1 cup juice
- 1 package red glaze mix
- Preheat oven to 400°F.
- Prepare a 10-inch springform pan by greasing and using parchment paper if desired.
- Mix the sugar and eggs until they are frothy. Fold in the ground nuts. Spoon into the prepared springform pan.
- Bake, about 20 - 25 minutes or until done.
- Let the cake cool thoroughly.
- Remove the cake from the pan. Place the cake on your cake plate. Return the outside edge of the springform pan to the cake.
- Beat the whipping cream and the stabilizer until stiff. Spread on top of the cake.
- Spoon the berries over the top of the whipped cream.
- Prepare the glaze with the juice and pour over the berries.
- Place in the fridge to chill.
- To serve, use a knife to loosen the cake from the springform side and carefully lift the springform side off.
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