I’ve been making versions of Babka for years. It’s very similar to a Romanian staple – cozonac. I shared the recipe for a traditional cozonac, which is very similar to Babka, both in ingredients and how it is made, in a braid. Furthermore, I shared the recipe passed down in my family, from my great-grandmother
Churros sundae is from a new cookbook, Epic Vegan by Dustin Harder. Check the link if you fancy reading more about the book on my book blog. The churros can be either baked or fried. I tried both version and they are really good either way. You can use the remaining sugar from the coating
I made banana bread a few times while in lockdown, as one can easily assume. I thought of an alternative for my very ripe bananas and that is a banana and apricot crumble. It was delicious and I plan to make it again this week. I did not add any sugar in it, as both
Victorian Macaroni pudding is actually called Sweet Macaroni Pudding in the well known Victorian cookbook – The Book of Household Management, by Mrs. Isabella Beeton. I read the book recently, here is the review, if you are curious. And so I’ve decided to make a recipe from her book as a prop for the book.
This coconut squares, and the next two recipes I’m going to share on my blog are from Romania. They also are recipes I used to have as a child. I made some modifications to them, as my diet has changed and now I’m having a dairy free diet (with the rare exception) and I’m also
Chocolate Hot Cross Buns after Yellow and Green Hot Cross Buns? Well, why not. I usually try to mix the recipes I’m sharing, but with Easter approaching, I thought is better to share them now. I saw some similar hot cross buns last year somewhere (can’t remember where, or I would have linked), and I
I was very pleased with how my Yellow and Green Hot Cross Buns turned out. Their taste is great too. The only issue is that the colour is not very intense, but that might be because I used no food colouring, only superfoods. For the yellow one I’ve used turmeric and for the green one