In the USA Today it’s National Donut Day and what better way to celebrate than to make DONUTS!!! My husband isn’t a fan of jam fillings but I love the fruits taste. So I figured if I make a mousse filling he might actually eat it! And guess what! ITS WORKED! I made a raspberry mousse only because I love the tartness of the raspberries … Continue reading Raspberry Mousse filled Donuts
Who said bread can’t have chocolate in it?? ☺ here is an amazing recipe for a banana bread that has an amazing depth of chocolate in it! Yum! It’s moist, chocolate and full with flavor! Here’s how you make it! INGREDIENTS 1 cup plain flour ⅓ cup cocoa powder 1 teaspoons baking soda ½ teaspoon baking powder 1 teaspoon salt 6 large large bananas 1 … Continue reading Chocolate Banana Bread
Scones are one staple British breakfast/brunch/afternoon tea treat. It’s also commonly just a plain scone, and to be honest they are extremely tasty on their own, and without any additional flavoring. However, because I absolutely love chocolate, and had some chocolate chips left over from a previous bake, I thought why not change things up a bit. So in true Ammna ‘extra’ style, I’ve created … Continue reading Double Chocolate Chip Scones
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
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
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!
This is a very traditional Swedish bun, usually baked during Christmas season, when Saffron flavours are all over the place! 🙂 For those that are wanting to impress for Christmas abroad, or just wanting to bake some amazingly yummy buns with a little extra, try this out , trust me, Its ill go down amazingly! Dont forget to check out my YouTube channel : Click … Continue reading Swedish Saffron Buns (Lussebullar)
In Sweden every year on October 4th we celebrate the traditional cinnamon bun. However this year, ive decided to make a cinnamon & nutmeg knot – still juicy and fluffy like a cinnamon but with a twist 😉 Here’s how you make them! INGREDIENTS : 50 g fresh yeast 500 g full fat milk 1 kg flour – split into half (500 g + 500 … Continue reading Cinnamon & Nutmeg Knots (buns)
A babka can be considered to be a brioche, a sweet bread. Soft and fluffy. However my previous recipes for the Babka was a dark chocolate crunch Babka. And seeing that this is the perfect season for berry picking, I had recently picked over 5 kg of blackberries! And so decided to make a blackberry babka.. but not just with berries, with white chocolate cream … Continue reading Blackberry White Chocolate Cream Cheese Babka!
This is a bread thats truley one of its kind. The traditional Bulgarian Babka with a twist! It has the crunch of digestive cookies, and heaps of chocolate rolled in and drizzled ontop. It does take a while to make, but its well worth the time and wait! Plus you get TWO loaves with this recipe, save it for another day or give it to … Continue reading Chocolate Babka