Which Christmas menu for children?Avocado puree with clementine, shortbread with Parmesan


Clementine provides a touch of vitamin C. It can be replaced by orange or pomelo wedges, but it has the advantage of being softer and appreciated by children. Shortbread can be cooked the day before and stored in a metal box.

Which Christmas menu for childrenAvocado puree with clementine, shortbread with Parmesan


.for shortbread.200 g of flour

.1 egg yolk.75 g of soft butter

.3 tablespoon(s) of white sesame seeds

.60 g of grated Parmesan cheese

. for puree

.2 avocados

.4 clementines

.1/2 shallot

.1/2 lemon

.3 sprigs of coriander

.1 tablespoon(s) of olive oil


1. In a bowl, mix with your fingertips the flour and butter cut into small dice. Add the Parmesan, sesame seeds, salt, and pepper.

2. Bind the dough with 1 egg yolk and 4 tbsp of cold water.

3. Form a ball and let stand in the cool, covered with stretch film.

4. Peel and finely chop the shallot. Rinse the coriander and strip it. Peel the clementines, separate the quarters and remove the film around them (optional). Peel the avocados cut them into pieces. Drizzle them with lemon juice.

5. Crush the avocado with a fork, pour the olive oil, salt, pepper, add the coriander and shallot. Divide the puree into 4 small bowls. Add the clementine weds on top. Place in a cool place.

6. Preheat the oven to150°. Spread the dough and cut shortbread with a cookie cutter. Arrange the shortbread on a baking sheet lined with parchment paper. Cook for 10 minutes and let cool on a rack. Serve the avocado puree with the cookies.