This steamed lemon and thyme cake, is sweet with a hint of sour lemon. Because it’s steamed, it’s also pretty much impossible to overcook. How good is that?[Read more…]
Flan is a simple but tasty dessert. It has just four ingredients and the oven does most of the work. If you have a bunch of eggs that you need a use for, this is the recipe for you.
This recipe for classic chocolate mousse is super simple and you only need 4 ingredients. The taste of it is rich but it has a very light texture. It doesn’t contain a lot of sugar and isn’t overly sweet. Which gives the taste of the chocolate a real chance to shine.
These original Belgian waffles are crisp and fluffy. The batter has both beaten egg whites and yeast in it, which makes these waffles almost lighter than air.
This nutty polenta cake is lovely and crumbly. The various nuts in this cake add taste and texture. While autumn is the perfect time of year to use hazelnuts and walnuts, you don’t have to limit yourself to just those. You can use any nuts you like. Just go with what you like best.
Mandarin oranges are frequently made into bitter marmalade. This recipe is not like that though. This is a jam, a lovely and sweet jam. As a bonus, it also has a cheerful orange color. The perfect color for the Halloween season.
This chunky apple cake is super easy to make. You hardly need any skills at all. You just need to cut some apples, stir some ingredients and operate an oven. Piece of cake, right?
When it comes to baking sweet treats, I usually make cakes. They’re fairly straightforward and usually there’s not a lot that can go wrong. The downside is that cakes look rather plain. Sure, you can stick decorations on them afterwards. But I rather have a cake that looks pretty by itself.
One simple way of making an interesting looking cake, is by making it an upside down cake.
This dessert is a cross between a trifle and an apple crumble. The crumble and honey add sweetness, while the sour cream and apples add a bit of freshness.