Vegan Apple & Oat Tartlets + Giveaway


A while back we were asked to come up with a recipe that could illustrate the different functions of an immersion blender and food processor. Considering that we use ours everyday to blend soups, making pesto and mixing date truffles, you could say that we are somewhat experienced on the subject. After some twisting and turning we decided to make an apple tartlet. Our flour free version is made on oats, sunflower seeds and dates. Topped with toasted nut butter, beautifully arranged thin apple slices and a touch of cinnamon. It’s vegan. Gluten free. Delicious. And oh so simple. Hit your local market, load up on apples, oats and seeds – and you’ll have friends and family beaming from ear to ear. Recipe at the bottom of this post.


Electrolux used our recipe for their video campaign Now you’re cooking, which basically is a marketing event for the Ultramix Pro. All of the videos in that series are actually really beautifully done. It was fun to see how they interpreted our recipe. All the photos in this post are our own, but the video is entirely produced by Electrolux.

Now to the groovy part – Hey hey, we’re doing a Giveaway! 
Update – The giveaway is now closed. We will notify the winner within a few hours.
Together with Electrolux we are giving away a Ultramix Pro ESTM6600. A stick mixer that comes with all kind of accessories. A 10 inch (25 cm) extra long mixing bar, double whisk, food processor, blades and the new slicer accessory which we used to make the apple slices.

To participate, just leave a comment with your name, where you are from and your favorite recipe from our blog (we’re sooo curious!). The giveaway is open for all our readers worldwide. We will draw a winner randomly on Tuesday March 26th. Good luck!




Vegan (and G-F) Apple & Oat Tartlets
Makes 4 tartlets

½ cup gluten free rolled oats
½ cup raw sunflower seeds
8 fresh soft dates, pitted
2 tbsp coconut oil, room temperature
a pinch of salt

4 tbsp almond butter


3 small red apples
½ lemon, juice
1 tbsp maple syrup or runny honey
1 tbsp cold pressed olive oil
2 tsp ground cinnamon

Serve with
Organic vanilla ice cream (or vegan alternative)

1. Preheat the oven to 200°C / 400°F.
2. Place rolled oats and seeds in a food processor and grind on high speed for about 30 seconds or until you get a crumbly oat & sunflower flour.
3. Add pitted dates, coconut oil and salt and blend for another 30 seconds until the mixture comes together to a sticky and crumbly mixture.
4. Grease four 4-inch / 10 cm tartlet pans with coconut oil. Divide the mixture evenly in the pans and use your finger to flatten it out on the bottom. It should be quite compact. Pre-bake the crust for about 10 minutes.
5. Meanwhile prepare the apples by dividing them in half and removing the core. Mount the thin slice blade on the food processor, and use it to slice the apples halves into thin wedges. Remove the lid and squeeze some lemon over the apple wedges to prevent them from turning brown.
6. Add 1 tbsp almond butter on each crust, then arrange the thin apple wedges in a circular shape on top. Tuck in the last piece under the first so it forms a seamless circle. Brush with maple syrup and olive oil and dust cinnamon on top.
7. Place the tartlets in the oven and bake for another 10-15 minutes, or until the apples are golden on top. Let cool slightly before serving.
8. Serve as they are or with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, nice both ways.


  • Line Stenholt Jokumsen
    My name is Line, and I'm from Odense, DK. My all time favorite is the seven minute choko-almond truffles. I make them for christmas, and whenever I need some healthy sweets. Thank you for sharing your brilliance.
  • Katja
    I love the video and will animate my little daugther to try the recipe with me tomorrow...Yummie! My favorite recipe so far is beetroot soup :-) We are based in Berlin, Germany.
  • LeeAnn
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  • Gözde
    Wow, what a great initiative! I became a vegetarian quite recently, only a few months ago, and discovered your blog in search for healthy vegetarian recipes. Quite soon it became my favorite blog. I admire your passion for healthy yummy recipes and all the love you have for cooking and of course for each other. My favorite recipe is "Yoga Pot", both because I love to do yoga and have a healthy meal that energizes me after my classes, and because it's oh so yummy and super duper healthy. Moreover, when you cook this recipe you get a lot of food. By cooking some bulgur next to it, and some natural yoghurt with a bit of mint on, we get 8-9 portions out of it. We are only two at our home and I am a student, so you can imagine how amazing it is for me.As I mentioned earlier I am a new vegetarian and a student, which means I am actually in need of a mixer but can't afford it at the moment. So I thought why not give it a shot. I live in Hägersten, Stockholm but I write in english since I moved to Sweden only 4 years ago (even if I can speak swedish, english is much easier). Oh, and by the way, it is totally irrelevant but Elsa's clothes are always super cool&cute. Where do you buy them? In case I have a kid some day... =)
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  • Lika
    Hey! I read your blog from far away Austria and I love it! Also my children love the taste oft your recipes. Yesterday your cookbook "The green Kirchen" arrived and my husband and I nearly fought for reading it first :-) I like the recipe for the decadent beetroot and chocolate cake very much! Best wishes, Lika
  • I love soup so much, so when you posted about the bean and barley soup I had to try it! Yummy!
  • Francesca
    Hello! First, this looks absolutely delicious -- I can't wait to try it! My name is Francesca, I'm from the United States but study in France. My favorite recipe is the Herb & Pistachio falafel -- I can't get enough of it!! I've made it for friends many times and we're all hooked!
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  • Sandra
    This is a tough question . . . I love the apple & oat biscuits and the portobello & peach burger, but today's recipe looks like it is going to rank high on the list. Thanks for sharing the recipe and the opportunity to win! I'm from Georgia, the peach state.
  • Sabrina
    Hi,this is Sabrina from Germany and I love your pumpkin pasta! So simple and delicious!
  • My name is Nina, I'm from Denmark, and my favourite recipe is the raw buckwheat-walnut-porridge :)

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