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
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)
A Babka is a Bulgarian Sweet Bread , kind of like a Brioche. I’ve edited a little bit and added an Ammna twist and making it seasonal by adding pumpkin purée, brown sugar and lots of warming spices. When it comes out of the oven, you just can’t resist, the smells are so inviting that all you want to do is cut it up fast … Continue reading Pumpkin Brown Sugar Babka
Nothing says breakfast like SCONES! And because it’s getting colder outside I’m starting to miss summer! Especially summer berries like raspberries! (My fav!) so here is a simple quick recipe for amazingly tasty raspberry scones .. with sour cream!! Here’s how you bake them! INGREDIENTS: 250g plain flour, plus a little extra for rolling out 40g cold butter, cut into small cubes 40g sugar 1 … Continue reading Raspberry Sour Cream Scones
In Sweden, October 4th is Cinnamon Bun day , aka. Kanelbullensdag! So basically every household is baking cinnamon buns, and every bakery is stocking up to be sold out by them by noon. Literally everyone has them! So in true Ammna form, I decided to make the American styled cinnamon buns, only because in my mind the Swedish cinnamon bun is really yummy but just … Continue reading Sticky Pecan Caramel Cinnamon Rolls
Theres nothing like a donut. And especially if you can skip all the oily part, then its even better! Here is a seasonal fall treat – a Pumpkin Baked Donut with some sugary pumpkin spice mix on top! Its made with pumpkin puree and is just super yummy to say no to! Its very easy to bake, and literally only take 10 min to make … Continue reading Baked Pumpkin Donuts!
Here is one of the worlds most easiest, fastest and yummiest cakes ever! It’s seasonal with the pumpkin and has lots of chocolate chips and moistness about it! I use pumpkin purée which ends up making the recipe literally 3 minutes to actually whip up and then put into the oven for 40 minutes! However, if you don’t have pumpkin purée (I make my own) … Continue reading Pumpkin & Chocolate Chips Pound Cake
Its Apple Season in Sweden! Thinking about something different to bake every time, and every year can be a bit challenging, however if you really look at bakeries all over, you find staple things such as tarts, buns, choux pastries, cream puffs, cookies and cakes. I mean generally these are the main genres, so this time I thought lets try baking a choux (I know … Continue reading Apple Caramel Choux
Donuts are amazingly tasty, however the part that I always dislike in baking donuts is the frying in the oil part! It’s just that i’m SO clumsy, always end up getting some sort of oil splatter on me. However, I do love eating donuts.. so I decided to bake them! Then I decided to turn into the flavour that one of my friends ABSOLUTELY loves! … Continue reading Red Velvet Baked Donuts!