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, 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
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
Clotted cream is traditionally eaten with yummy warm British scones. It’s a traditional and typical spread to have instead of butter for your scones. It’s thick and creamy and amazingly delicious! But what’s the difference between butter and clotted cream? Well butter is made by churning (or whipping) cream. Clotted cream, has to do with the separation of the fat in your cream. Leaving your … Continue reading Clotted Cream
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