Put oil in a blender and keep adding the spinach until it has been mixed thoroughly.
In a larger bowl mix eggs, buttermilk, sugar and add the spinach mixed with oil. Finally, sift the flour (mixed with baking soda and salt) into the mix and blend everything nice and smooth.
Pour the dough into a 20 cm round mold, line the bottom with baking paper and bake at 350 F for about 45-50 minutes (test with a skewer to see if it is done).
Let the cake cool down, cut off the top and save it on the side for later.
Whip 100 ml heavy cream with 250 g of mascarpone, 10 g of vanilla sugar and 40 g of powdered sugar. First slowly, for about a minute and then whip using the highest speed for about 2 minutes. Slow down the blender again and mix in 125 g of Farmer cheese (adding it by spoons).
Put the frosting on the cooled cake.
Crumble the cut off top of the cake and sprinkle the crumbs over the frosting.
1. Mix all ingredients until you get a smooth, doughy texture. Wrap it with plastic wrap and leave it in a fridge for an hour (or overnight).
2. Roll out a thin layer of dough with the plastic wrap over the dough, preventing it from sticking to the rolling pin. Using a cookie cutter, cut the desired shapes and place them on a cookie sheet lined with a baking paper.
3. Preheat the oven at 360F and bake for about 12 mins or until done.
Beat 4 eggs and 200 grams of powdered sugar into foam. Add 200 grams of all purpose flour, baking powder and 6 tablespoons of oil. Beat until smooth.
Oil the cake pan (8 inch tall pan) and sprinkle with flour. Pour the mixed ingredients into the pan. Bake at 360F for about 40 mins or until done.
Mascarpone, heavy cream, Farmer cheese, powdered sugar, vanilla extract.
First, mix all the ingredients above in a bowl at a low speed, then slowly increase the speed to make the frosting thick.
Cut the cake in 3 equal layers. Spread the frosting and cut up fruit (bananas, strawberries), laying them on each layer. Cover the sides and the top of the cake in frosting as well.
Pour chocolate (diluted with milk) over the top of the cake.