Monday, 03 de September de 2018

Torta fácil de morangos


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  1. Juliana
    03 de September de 2018 - 11:32

    Oi, na listagem de ingredientes tem açúcar 2 vezes,
    acredito que esteja errado, né?

    Att, Juliana

    • 06 de March de 2019 - 07:42

      Ju, ta certinho sim! São duas quantidades, pra usar em dois momentos diferentes, que nem os morangos!

  2. Nani Gonseski
    03 de September de 2018 - 11:55


    Vou fazer com morangos e aproveitar as ultimas cerejas da temporada pra fazer uma prova.
    Já te contarei….

    Super beijos.

  3. Catherine
    04 de September de 2018 - 22:32

    Ameeeeeeei essa receita Ju (e eu nem fiz ainda kkkkkkk). Adoro receitas fáceis, práticas e pelo o que percebi pode usar outras frutas tb. Parabéns pelo seu sucesso, você merece!!! Bjinhos

  4. Tatiane
    05 de September de 2018 - 08:23

    Fiz e achei ótima!!
    Será que outras frutas também dá certo? Pensei em framboesa ou então banana. O que vc acha, Ju?

    • 06 de March de 2019 - 18:40

      Framboesa deve funcionar, mas banana eu acredito que não… ela não solta tanta água quanto as demais.

  5. Amanda
    17 de September de 2018 - 10:57

    Não estou conseguindo imprimir… a página fica em branco! Será que é só comigo? =(

    • 06 de March de 2019 - 18:50

      Amanda, eu testei aqui e deu certo… talvez tenha pifado temporariamente :)

  6. Kel
    19 de September de 2018 - 16:23

    Amei a receita! A farinha em questão pode ser de amêndoas, Ju? Vc acha que dá certo? Grata

    • 06 de March de 2019 - 18:50

      Kel, acho que dá certo sim com a de amêndoas, mas talvez não fique tão crocante.

  7. Fran
    20 de September de 2018 - 13:46

    Fiz a receita. Realmente é muito fácil mas não fica saborosa não. A textura e o sabor dos morangos e da massa não me agradaram.

    • 06 de March de 2019 - 18:52

      Ahh que pena, Fran! Eu gostei muito… mas você pode mudar a receita e ver como fica melhor pra vc :)

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