Naama Levy’s Orange-blueberry cupcakes


For the crumble:

½ cup flour
½ cup demerara sugar
¼ cup coconut oil

For the cake:

4 eggs
1 ½ cup sugar
1 cup oil
2 ½ cups of flour
1 Tablespoon of baking powder
½  teaspoon of baking soda 
Blueberries to taste
1 cup freshly squeezed orange juice
½ cup water
½ teaspoon of salt


To make the crumble:

Mix the flour, sugar and coconut oil and crumble by hand.

For the cupcake:

Mix the eggs and sugar. Add the oil and mix.
Add the dry ingredients – flour, baking powder, baking soda and blueberries and mix.

Add the orange juice, water and salt and mix a little until the batter is uniform.

Put the batter in the cupcake molds up to a height of 3/4 of the mold so that it does not overflow. Spread the crumble over the batter and bake in the oven at 180 degrees for 25 minutes.

Insert a toothpick and remove from the oven when the toothpick comes out dry. If required then add another three minutes each time until the toothpick is dry.

Recipe courtesy of Ayelet Zehavi

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Naama Levy (19)

Naama is a young girl who was kidnapped on 7/10 from Nahal Oz. Everyone knows the video where she is brutally dragged by her hair out of a jeep, her pajamas stained with blood. This is the last time we saw her. But we prefer to think about Naama from before October 7th.

Second daughter out of four siblings. A girl who at first glance looks gentle and quiet, but with a bit of patience you discover the light, joy of life, strength and determination. Like any girl her age, she likes to hang out with friends, laugh and have fun. But she is also strong-willed, making brave choices. An athlete who became a determined triathlete. After graduating from high school with a diplomacy major, she joined the "hands of peace" expedition designed to connect Palestinian, American and Israeli youth and encourage them to bring about change. She also managed to volunteer for a year at Be'er Ora in a kindergarten with refugee children. Recently, shared with her friends her desire to do something meaningful in life, something that would leave a mark.

We are so waiting for you Naama, may you continue to fulfill your dreams. But first of all Naamonet, sit with us for a moment. Let us wrap you up and make you your favorite dish.

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