Brioche Salted Caramel Donuts!

Here’s the thing, i’m not a huuuuge fan of donuts, BUT sometimes i get an intense craving for one, and the ones that i usually go for take a VERY long time to bake, but are so amazing its worth it. And they are – Brioche Donuts. Yes.. if you have never had a brioche donut, then you are missing out in life. lol No … Continue reading Brioche Salted Caramel Donuts!

Vegan Mango Coconut Slice

I have so many people around me these days that are going vegan or have been vegan. I think its great that we challenge ourselves and try and change up our eating habits. Which means it could be a bit harder for me to bake with all the time which is why I am not vegan , however I love trying out new things. Hence … Continue reading Vegan Mango Coconut Slice

Miso Chocolate Chip Cookies

Mi-soooooo-hunnnggrryyyy! Ok I just HAD to say that..:) couldn’t help myself. Anyways.. onto the cookies! Yes, so miso is starting to be some sort of 202o baking trend.. and I absolutely LOVE Japanese food and flavours.. so of course I was the first to hop on that bandwagon! 😉 Miso is a paste made from fermenting soybeans with something called fuji (which is some sort … Continue reading Miso Chocolate Chip Cookies

Strawberry & Vanilla Macaron Trifle

So as the Hallmark Holiday – Valentines Day is creeping up on us.. I thought it would be best suited that I bake something extravagant. I am not a V-day person to be honest, never really understood it, because I love my loved ones and appreciate them all year round, not just one day.. However.. that being said .. I do know and understand many … Continue reading Strawberry & Vanilla Macaron Trifle

Semla Choux – A choux with almond & cream

It’s February! The month which I look most forward to as its SEMLA month in Sweden! Semla is one of my favourite Swedish desserts. Its a cardamom sweet bun, with almond past in the middle topped with whipped cream. It may not sound complicated, and it isnt,  sometimes simple just works best! It takes a little time to bake because of the bun, but its … Continue reading Semla Choux – A choux with almond & cream

Chocolate Sablé Cookies

Theres nothing than a good chocolate cookie. And while I was searching for the perfect cookie, I thought of the sablé, which means ‘sand’ directly translated from french, is a shortbread cookie, and is usually flavoured with something (most commonly almond and lemon). Because i love the texture of a sablé cookie, i decided to bake a chocolate version ( i LOVE chocolate lol). This … Continue reading Chocolate Sablé Cookies

Cardamom Blondie with a Tosca Topping

In sweden today is Kladdkaka day – which is the swedish version of a brownie, but way more gooey’er. Instead of doing the traditional kladdkaka i decided to mix it up and do a white version (essentially know as blondie to you and I) but with a hint of cardamom to give it that Christmassy warm wintery feel. And to make it even more Ammna, … Continue reading Cardamom Blondie with a Tosca Topping

Cinnamon Marshmallows

There’s nothing like a cozy hot chocolate in this wet cold fall weather. So what better way to enjoy that hot chocolate than with marshmallows! Ive made tiny cute little cinnamon marshmallows just to give the hot cocoa an extra Ammna kick! 😉 Give it a try! Heres’ how you bake them! INGREDIENTS:   gelatin leaves 6 (10g) –I use Halal gelatin leaves silver grade, click here … Continue reading Cinnamon Marshmallows