Ciambellone con glassa bicolore lo fa Pierina.

ciambelloniIl ciambellone con classa bicolore lo fa Pierina, si la mia amica Pierina anche mia  vicina di casa.  Si diletta a fare dolcetti casalinghi e fra le tante fa un buon ciambellone colorato, l’aspetto è invitante e gioioso così adesso lo voglio condividere anche con voi. E’ un dolce semplice e veloce da fare. Inzuppato nel caffè latte è una meraviglia, ottimo per la colazione e per una merenda in compagnia di amici.

Ingredienti per 8

  • 350 gr di farina 0
  • 4 uova
  • 200 gr di zucchero
  • 1 bicchiere di olio di semi
  • 1 bicchiere di latte tiepido
  • 1 bustina di lievito Bertolini per dolci
  • 1 bustina per glassa bicolore
  • 1 teglia per ciambellone con il buco centrale media grandezza

Il ciambellone con classa bicolore lo fa Pierina


  1. con una frusta battere le uova intere e lo zucchero per 10 minuti
  2. aggiungere tutti gli altri ingredienti continuando a mescolare
  3. per ultimo il latte tiepido con la bustina di lievito Bertolini.
  4. imburrare la teglia e spolverare con un po’ di farina.
  5. mettere il composto nella tortiera
  6. infornare a forno caldo a 170 gradi per 35 minuti.
  7. non aprire il forno prima di 20 minuti.
  8. assicurarsi della cottura introducendo uno stuzzicadenti.
  9. infine preparare la glassa seguendo l’istruzione sulla confezione e guarnire il ciambellone.

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