Myofusion 2-ingredient Grandmother’s Tart

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This is a traditional Italian dessert – more precisely from the region Tuscan. The original, high-calories recipes is a combination of rich short pastry, custard and toasted almonds, all dusted with confectioner’s sugar. I pushed the envelope in my Fitness Cooking Laboratory and not only I healthyfied it but I got the same delicious result with only 2 ingredients (OK, 3 if you count in the water!). After all, even everyone’s Italian grandma makes this recipes slightly different!

Myofusion 2-ingredient Grandmother’s Tart
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For the “pastry”
  1. 1 scoop Myofusion vanilla flavor
  2. 2-3 Tbsp water
For the “custard filling”
  1. 1 scoop Myofusion vanilla flavor
  2. 6-8 fl oz water
For the topping
  1. 1 oz almonds or pine nuts or both
  2. 1/3 tbs Myofusion vanilla flavor
Instructions
  1. To make the “pastry” for the base[1], mix the Myofusion scoop with 2-3 Tbsp of water. Start with 1 Tbsp and increase but try to get a thick mixture you can “knead” and press.
  2. Press the mixture in a silicone mold and cook: 1) you can bake it for 5-10 minutes in a 350° F over – check it often! 2) you can nuke it in the microwave oven for maybe 60-90 seconds – check it often and proceed in small addition of cooking seconds; 3) you can cook it on a antisticking pan like you do for pancakes.
  3. Let cool and put in the fridge for 10-15 minutes.
  4. Make a sludge with the second Myofusion scoop and 6-8 fl oz water. It must be a bit less thick than the first sludge – namely, the texture of a custard.
  5. When the pastry has rested in the refrigerator, assemble the tart: pour on the “custard” sludge. Sprinkle with almonds/pine nuts. Dust with the 1/3 tbs Myofusion.[2]
Notes
  1. You can also use my Myofusion short pastry recipe. It is in the Myofusion Series and it has some more ingredient added.
  2. It could be helpful to use a strainer not because of clumps but just to dust it in a nice manner if you are not very skillful. In fact the good thing is, Myofusion never clumps.
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