Seksi keksi is the name I gave to a simple childhood snack my husband asks me to make every once in a while when he is craving a little something sweet without the calories and guilt. Comprised of only two ingredients–petit beurre cookies and apples–it’s shockingly delicious. The apples bring a wonderful sweetness that balances out the rather neutral flavour of the keks–sexing them up a bit, I guess you could say. I usually like to make this in the fall when apples are in season, but since I’m still able to get some from the local farmers, I made it today. You can experiment with your favorite apples, but I know from experience that the macintosh, gala, and elstar varieties work well.
- 2 apples, quartered
- about 10 petit beurre cookies/biscuits (the Croatian brand Kraš works best, and can be found at a lot of Central or Eastern European food stores and even on amazon.com, but other butter biscuits, like maria crackers, can be substituted)
Place the cookies in a food processor and pulse to crumble. Next add the apples and pulse well to combine. Enjoy using a cookie as a spoon!