So this is a yummy sweet bread that is baked during the fall in North America. A monkey bread is basically a sweet bread, made into small bite sizes pieces, covered in cinnamon and sugar and then out altogether into a bundt pan and baked. The best part of this bread is that its made in small bites and it becomes a pull-apart bread, so … Continue reading Monkey Bread
So while the fad of the charcoal is still high in the food and baking culture, i’m going to jump on it and try it out as well! Yes you read that correctly, charcoal, to eat, in like food and stuff.. 😀 And don’t worry, it’s ‘really’ a thing! Ive used ‘Activated Coconut Charcoal’ and decided to create something I know i’m super duper great … Continue reading Midnight Macaron – Dark Chocolate Charcoal Macaron
Marshmallows are always something that can never go wrong eating whether you are a child or an adult. There are an amazing amount of flavours and shapes around the globe that you can never get tired of them. The other day I was looking in my fridge for inspiration for baking something, and my eye caught the jar of salted caramel that I had made … Continue reading Salted Caramel Marshmallows
Brigadeiro is a Brazilian little treat. Its perfect for warm weather when you don’t want to use an oven – hence ‘no-bake’! Plus its a perfect little chocolatey treat with a nice coffee or a lovely tea! They are EXTREMELY easy to bake and they go really fast when you start eating them! 😉 Ive added a little extra Ammna touch to mine by adding … Continue reading No-Bake Brigadeiro with a Crunch!
It’s midsummer in Sweden on Friday, which means its a traditional day where every Swede is off, celebrating the midsummer eve with lots of food, family gatherings and of course, CAKE! The usual to be baked during midsummer is a strawberry cream cake, but I’ve notched it up a bit and created a lemon & poppy seed cake, with a strawberry mousse, and raspberry cream … Continue reading Lemon, Poppy Seed & Strawberry Summer Dream Cake!
A swiss roll or Rulltårta as we like to call it in Sweden, is a classic. Its a classic for any tea party, or any Fika, or get together. Granny always has one, neighbours always make one. Its just in everyones household as a classic little cake. Now, imagine you do the unspeakable, and change it! LOL well.. in true Ammna-style, thats what I did. … Continue reading Blackberry Swiss Roll
The weather isn’t settling in like it did last year in Sweden. One day its rain, one day it’s sunny, next is hailing, then the sum comes out. It’s confusing. However, there is one way to make my mind, my stomach and my soul believe it’s nearly summer. By eating this Rhubarb & Strawberry Meringue Pot!!! 😉 its absolutely delicious, the merengue is sweet , … Continue reading Rhubarb & Strawberry Meringue Pots
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
A lamington is an Australian cake, made from squares of cake (traditionally a butter cake or sponge cake) coated in an outer layer of chocolate sauce rolled in coconut. The chocolate sauce is absorbed into the (sponge) cake which then leaves the distinctive lamington texture. These tiny square cakes is something I grew up with. Even though I grew up in Sweden, one of my … Continue reading Triple Chocolate Lamington
So as it is my birthday today, it would be fitting for me to post a cake that I truly love! And there is nothing more that I live to eat than something chocolate! So here is my coffee chocolate cake which is decaf any full of white and dark chocolate and lots of layers with yummy goodness! I hope you enjoy it as much … Continue reading Decadent Chocolate Coffee Cake