The lemony season is upon us guys.. and what better way to celebrate it than a Soufflé .. but guess what.. you don’t have to bake it! It’s a chilled Soufflé which mean that it’s a cold dessert. It has a resembles of a mousse and the texture and look of a Soufflé especially the fluffy bit ontop! This recipe has extra lemony tang to … Continue reading No Bake Zesty Lemon Soufflé with Coconut Crumb
Even though its not quite spring yet, im getting ready for all the summery warm treats! I made this special kind of pavlova with hazelnuts in which I bake on top of a raw brownie base in the oven together. And because I’m always that little bit ‘extra’ in my baking, I decided to make two layers, and then fill it will mascarpone cream and … Continue reading Hazelnut Pavlova with Brownie bottom and forest berries
It’s March 14th today and that means it’s one of the most favorable days for all mathematicians, nerds, geeks, pie eaters, sweet lovers and anyone else. 😉 it’s Pi Day!!! 3.14 is the shortened version of explaining Pi, (there is no Pi emoji otherwise I would’ve inserted it here) and as the ‘3’ could translated into March (the third month of the year) and the … Continue reading Mini Juicy Apple Pie for Pi Day!
Now thats its extremely hot outside, and the only thing that can make the summer heat a little cooler is when you take a bite of something tart but sweet. Yes! That yummy feeling!! Well here is a Rhubarb and Strawberry Pie that is perfect for any summer dinner. To enjoy the tartness of the rhubarb and the sweetness fo the strawberries with the crunchiness … Continue reading Rhubarb & Strawberry Pie
So for the 2nd day leading up to Pi Day, I am sharing with you guys traditional Southern Style Coconut Cream Pie! YUM! It’s definitly not hard at all to bake, so make sure you give it a try! Here’s how you make it! INGREDIENTS: Half batch of Traditional Pie Crust -> Click here for the recipe (Super Easy!) 1 1/4 cup coconut flakes 1 … Continue reading Coconut Cream Pie, Southern Style
One of my favourite day of the year is coming up soon. Pie day! So to prep for this I have decided to bake a pie each day this week! Todays Pie is a peanut butter mousse pie! So for those nutty people out there, this one will really tickle your tastebuds! The crunchy, salty , chocolatey base made with oreos and pretzels really ties … Continue reading Peanutbutter Mousse Pie with Oreo & Pretzel base!
Have you ever eaten an amazing chewy chocolate chip cookie, and wondered, how do they make it so chewy, and chocolatey? Without making it too doughy or raw? Well here is a super easy, recipe to make your delicious go-to snack, after work treat or just a night time indulgent .. Enjoy! INGREDIENTS 2 1/4 cups all-purpose flour 1/2 teaspoon baking soda 1 cup unsalted … Continue reading Chewy Chocolate Chip Cookies
Its national pancake day today, and instead of the typical pancake, i thought how about I introduce to you guys a fluffy, light, moist, tasty, soufflé-like pancake..Yep you heard me, soufflé, Japanese people really know how to take baking to a whole another level! Its absolute delicious, and super fun to stack it up really high, because they are sooo fluffy and thick! But super … Continue reading Japanese Souffle Pancakes
The ultimate winter Macaron is here! and its here to stay! 😉 If anyone of you readers out there have tastes a Swedish dessert called a Semla (cardamom bun with almond paste and whipped cream) then your in luck! ‘Coz here is a Saffron version of it as a macaron! (minus the cardamom) Trust me this is a new thing, and every one will LOVE … Continue reading Saffron & Almond Cream Macaron (saffron semla macaron)
March 5th in Sweden is traditionally started with an amazing treat! Its actually one of my favourite deserts, one that I could eat for the rest of my life and never get sick of! Its called Semla (or fastlagsbulle), its a cardamon bun with almond paste and white cream, topped with a tiny bit of icing sugar. Its absolutely divine! Its take a while to … Continue reading Swedish Semla / Cardamon bun with almond paste and cream