Spelled butter cake and chamomile tea

By Floor Tuinstra

Spelled butter cake and chamomile tea

Spelled butter cake & chamomile tea during baby reflexology

For my baby reflexology course I always make something tasty for the mothers and fathers. Most people can smell the smell on the street when something is in the oven before they even get inside. I had spelled butter cake on the menu today. One piece is quite filling, but a second piece would have been nice.

250 grams of spelt flour
200 grams of sugar
200 grams of butter
8 grams of vanilla sugar
2 eggs
pinch of salt

Use a butter cake pan or a 24 or 26 centimeter springform pan.

Mix the butter and both types of sugar in a bowl. Add 1 egg and a pinch of salt. Finally, add the flour and mix it well into the dough.

Grease the baking tin and divide the dough over the bottom. With the rounded side of a spoon you can smooth the dough in the mould. Brush the dough with a beaten egg and make a pattern in the cookie with a fork. You can remove the excess beaten egg, otherwise you will get hard pieces on the top of your butter cake.

Bake the butter cake for 25 minutes until golden brown at 170 degrees.

Let the spelled butter cake cool and cut off whatever you like. Serve with a cup of fresh chamomile tea.