I’ve had recently some pretty delicious apple crumble at a restaurant. My husband loved it too, so I thought I should make my own version of a crumble. It’s not something I bake often, so I can say that the lovely lunch inspired me. To give it a twist, I made Apple and Pineapple Crumble.
With Easter approaching, I’ve seen lots of recipes for brownies with the well known brand of eggs cut in half and placed on top of the brownie mix. I’m not using that brand because, despite them using Fair trade cocoa and vanilla, they use palm oil obtained through deforestation. Obviously, I don’t want to be
Baked Pineapple with Custard, doesn’t this sound delicious? I do love cooked pineapple, from the first time I’ve tried it, I just loved it. You can see some similar recipes on my blog, including pineapple grilled on the BBQ or as a dessert, grilled in the oven and served with a bit of whipped cream.
I was in the mood for a semolina pudding for a while. My mother made puddings like this when I was a child, but not as exotic as this one though, orange blossom semolina pudding with rose jam. But she did serve them with jam. From what I’ve seen online, while I was looking for
I came up with the idea for these Black Forest Energy Balls after thinking of a fast dessert I could prepare in the morning, to have a small treat after breakfast. The balls need around 20 minutes to harden a bit in the fridge, so they will be ready for you after you finish your
Salami Biscuit is a dessert I used to have as a child, growing up in Romania. It’s not something I’ve prepared regularly, but I do love it. My husband is keen on Salami Biscuit as well, so I’ve made it recently and now I’m sharing the recipe. If you haven’t had it before, do make
Macarons have a fascinating history and they are also delicious, thus I’m very excited to share this recipe with you. They are not very difficult to make, if you follow the steps and weight in all the ingredients. If you love Macarons, do try to make them yourself, you might be surprised how amazing they