After I turned my famous banana bread into a Kosher for Pesach recipe, and it became such a hit, I figured I should try more. I turned my oat strawberry jam muffins into this delicious Pesach friendly cake, which you can also make as muffins. The first few tries didn’t work but thankfully I managed to perfect it and I’m so happy it turned out well as a cake!
Strawberry Jam Cake
•2 1/2 cups of almond flour
•1/2 cup of sugar
•1 1/2 teaspoons of baking soda
•1/4 teaspoon of salt
•1/3 cup of vegetable oil/walnut oil/coconut oil/melted butter or margarine
•1 cup of strawberry jam (recipe for my homemade jam below)
•Fresh diced strawberries *(optional)*
•1/2 cup of powder sugar
•2 tablespoons of almond milk or regular milk
•1 carton of fresh strawberries
•2 tablespoons of honey or agave
•1/4 cup of coconut sugar or white sugar
•Juice of 1/2 a lemon
Preheat your oven to 350F/180C.
Mix all your dry ingredients together in one bowl, your wet ingredients in another, then combine.
Line your cake pan with parchment paper or spray it very well. Then pour your mix into the pan, and bake for 60-70 minutes. Let the cake cool down. Next, make the glaze. Combine the powdered sugar and almond milk, and pour over your cake (when cooled).
Enjoy on Pesach, and all year round!
*optional* Cut up your fresh strawberries and freeze them. Pour into your dough mix.
In a box pour all the ingredients and let simmer. Constantly stir it and smash the strawberries. Once the strawberries are soft turn off the flame and smush the strawberries. I like to use a glass cup. Then put in the fridge to cool over and thicken up, and enjoy!
Rebekah is originally from Memphis TN, and about 5 years ago she moved to Israel. There she started to learn more about Judaism and is passionate to show the world that it isn’t so hard living a kosher life. Rebekah also lives with Fibromalygia and is trying to raise awareness about it. She tries to make recipes that helps her chronic pain vs making it worse. Check out her Instagram @noshbyrebekah for some awesome recipes!