Instagram : @bakedbyammna YouTube : Baked By Ammna So in Sweden it’s not common we use pumpkin purée for much. In North America it’s easy to just go to the store and buy a can or two of the ready made stuff which works absoulty great and is fast. But here we need to make our own. Especially during fall when all the buss is … Continue reading Homemade Pumpkin Purée
This is a very traditional American pie, that is commonly baked during the fall season. Its full of pumpkin spice (which is also a very common spice used in baking, cooking and drinks in north America during this season), pumpkin and lots of yummy sweetness. It may not sound like a super sweet dessert, and it actually isn’t. So for those of you that always … Continue reading Pumpkin Pie
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
So spring may still be here but i’m already in Summer Time! And what better way to get in the mood for the sun to be shining all day, than to bake something Sun time worthy! Here is a mousse cake with layered goodness.. It starts with a pistachio dacqouise, with a raspberry mousse followed by a raspberry jelly insert, then a lime & thyme … Continue reading Raspberry Lime Thyme
So one of my sisters favorite fillings to eat is my Salted Caramel Buttercream. It’s great in cakes and Macarons! Loved by all and not very hard to bake either!
Here’s how you make it!
- 115 g unsalted butter, softened
- 150 ml salted caramel – Recipe here!
- 200 g icing sugar
- 2 tbsp heavy cream
- 1 tsp pure vanilla extract
A Babka is a sweet bread, kind of like a soft buttery brioche, but without heaps amount of butter! This specific recipe doesn’t need an overnight proof (like most Babka recipes do) plus you can easily make it in one evening and enjoy it the same night! I absolutely LOVE this bread, and decided to pair it with the obvious choice of chocolate as well … Continue reading Chocolate & Almond Babka
My background is Pakistani, and having come from such a beautiful background it has allowed me to be influenced by amazing ingredients, flavors, smells. One of my favorite things to eat is a Kulfi ice cream. It’s traditionally made from heating milk for hours and hours, adding flavors of saffron, pistachio and cardamom. It’s indulgent in its ingredients, and in its taste. Now let’s face … Continue reading Kulfi Ice cream
Instagram: @bakedbyammna | Youtube: Baked By Ammna Its EID tomorrow, and I have been thinking about the perfect little treat for me and my husband to share during this beautiful and blessed day. Under the current COVID situation I am unable to visit my family in the UK (as I live in Sweden) so I decided to just keep things a bit simple and small. … Continue reading Lavender Macarons
It’s 30 C degrees in Sweden!!! And oh my gosh is it lovely! The one thing every house has for dessert is pavlova! Or at least once or twice during the summer. It’s a perfect summer dessert with fresh fruits and cream and the crunch of the merengue … just mouthwatering and lovely!!! You can make a pavlova in anyway but I’ve decided to make … Continue reading Summer Pavlova Cake
Instagram: @bakedbyammna | Youtube: Baked By Ammna Passionfruit! Its one essential fruit I always have during summers and warm weathers. Its tangy with a side note of sweetness, and is goes great with merengue, chocolate, other fruits, literally anything in my opinion. So this time I decided ot bake macarons with a passionfruit buttercream. I wanted the merengue flavour but with that almond taste and … Continue reading Passionfruit Macarons