It’s nearly New Years, and I kept thinking what to bake.. and well all I actually wanted was a traditional yummy moist red velvet cake with some fluffy cream cheese frosting. And yes, that’s exactly what I made! This cake is fluffy, soft, moist, creamy and verrryyyy delicious! The ingredient list might look long, but trust me it’s the easiest cake ever! And loved by … Continue reading Incredibly Moist Red velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Fluff!
There is nothing like biting into a delicious macaron with a cup of coffee. So what better flavour to have in your macaron than a lovely strong cappuccino!!! I know that macarons aren’t many people’s favorite to bake because they are so ‘sensitive’ but if you just follow the instructions slowly and work with precision, it will work! I promise! And won’t be so hard … Continue reading Cappuccino Macaron
It’s December 23rd today and is one of the busiest days of the year, where everyone’s panic last minute shopping before the stores close for Christmas Day in Sweden. So in order to add to that craziness I decided to bake some biscotti. It’s fast to make and all you do is pop it in the oven (twice) while doing all your other errands easily. … Continue reading Chocolate Almond & Cranberry Biscotti
Theres nothing like whipping up a great breakfast! Especially on a lazy sunday. Here are my simple 5-minute almond scones, which you can of course add any flavour to. They are simple, quick, very yummy, and super perfect to bake on a lazy day! Here’s how you bake them! INGREDIENTS: For the Scones- 360g Cups Flour 50g Sugar 1 tbsp Baking Powder 1 tsp salt 300ml Cups Heavy Cream 100ml Almond milk 2 tsp Almond Extract … Continue reading 5-Minute Almond Scones
Cake pops are so awesome. They basically save left over cake or cake that didn’t turn out super perfect. In Sweden (where I live) a version of the ‘cake pop’ has been around for ages.. called the ‘dammsugare’ which translates to vacuum cleaner.. not really sure how the name came about but I’m guess it’s the way it looks .. resembling a 60-70’s style vacuum … Continue reading Gingerbread Cake Pop Log
This is the ultimate December Cake! Filled with gingerbread spices, tart cherries and a fluffy whipped cream cheese! I mean who could say NO?! I am lactose intolerant so I used Aito oat whip which worked great! A lot of my recipes show lactose products but I just substitute them for lactose free for myself and they are lovely! This is a very easy cake, … Continue reading Ultimate December Cake – Gingerbread, Cherry, Whip Fluff
So one thing I absolutly loves is Chocolate, and one thing my husband really loves in baklava. I like it too, but im a through and through chocolate fan! So I decided to create my own version of this middle eastern dessert by putting the two together, adding some hazelnuts for crunch and espresso as the sticky syrup component. And voila! You got yourself one … Continue reading Chocolate & Hazelnute Coffee Baklava
I love surprises. Especially when they come in the form of CHOCOLATE! I recently recieved a HUGE bag filled iwth lindt chocolate and what better way to celebrate this delicious surprise than to bake with it! Now I spent a while thinking of all the creative and amazing things I coudl bake but ultimatly my thoughts always lead to to the chocolate cake. I know … Continue reading Triple Layer Lindt Chocolate Cake
In Sweden during Christmas you are bound to find saffron in pretty much every baked good! So why not play with this idea and upgrade the traditional Swedish saffron bun to something that even suits the millennials! 😉 I have created my own version of the saffron bun with a twist of adding almond paste and chocolate chips! Originally I decide for white chocolate only … Continue reading Saffron Buns with Almond Paste & Chocolate Chips!
*Recept på Svenska nedan* A Classic Swedish Christmas cookie. This is one of those table desserts that practically every houehold in Sweden has at home. They either bake it themselves or theybuy it. But its deffinitly there! Klenätor or Klenor, is made from a doughnut-type of dough and then fried in coconut oil, and covered with a little icing sugar. its absoluty delicious, and mine, … Continue reading Klenor – Swedish Christmas Donut