Salted Caramel & Chocolate Ganache Macarons

I LOVE macarons! They were literally the first things I started baking with an obsession. Literally baked over 200 macarons a day until I perfected them! (No that’s not a joke, it’s for real, my husbands weight proves it 😁). I decided this time that I would put together two of my favorite flavors – Salted Caramel and Chocolate Ganache! Do I hear a ‘YUM’!! … Continue reading Salted Caramel & Chocolate Ganache Macarons

Raspberry Mousse filled Donuts

In the USA Today it’s National Donut Day and what better way to celebrate than to make DONUTS!!! My husband isn’t a fan of jam fillings but I love the fruits taste. So I figured if I make a mousse filling he might actually eat it! And guess what! ITS WORKED! I made a raspberry mousse only because I love the tartness of the raspberries … Continue reading Raspberry Mousse filled Donuts

Double Chocolate Chip Scones

Scones are one staple British breakfast/brunch/afternoon tea treat. It’s also commonly just a plain scone, and to be honest they are extremely tasty on their own, and without any additional flavoring. However, because I absolutely love chocolate, and had some chocolate chips left over from a previous bake, I thought why not change things up a bit. So in true Ammna ‘extra’ style, I’ve created … Continue reading Double Chocolate Chip Scones

Swedish Semla / Cardamon bun with almond paste and cream

March 5th in Sweden is traditionally started with an amazing treat! Its actually one of my favourite deserts, one that I could eat for the rest of my life and never get sick of! Its called Semla (or fastlagsbulle), its a cardamon bun with almond paste and white cream, topped with a tiny bit of icing sugar. Its absolutely divine! Its take a while to … Continue reading Swedish Semla / Cardamon bun with almond paste and cream

Moist Carrot Cake with Mascarpone & Cream Cheese Frosting!

February 3rd is carrot cake day in Sweden (where I’m at these days 😉 ) and what better way to celebrate than BAKE A CARROT CAKE! Well no ordinary carrot cake, the Queen of all carrot cakes that exist! Haha! No but seriously though, there is pineapple in it, which makes it super moist, and pecans nuts which gives it the ground earthiness, and then … Continue reading Moist Carrot Cake with Mascarpone & Cream Cheese Frosting!

Swedish Saffron Buns (Lussebullar)

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)

Cinnamon & Nutmeg Knots (buns)

In Sweden every year on October 4th we celebrate the traditional cinnamon bun. However this year, ive decided to make a cinnamon & nutmeg knot – still juicy and fluffy like a cinnamon but with a twist 😉 Here’s how you make them! INGREDIENTS :  50 g fresh yeast 500 g full fat milk 1 kg flour – split into half (500 g + 500 … Continue reading Cinnamon & Nutmeg Knots (buns)

Salted Caramel & Honeycombe Donuts

There isnt anything better to brighten up your day, when fall is around the corner, than having a scrumptious fully filled salted caramel donut with a crunchy & chewy honeycombe peice ontop! YUMMMMYYYY ! This recipe maybe take a while to make (prove time is a looong) but you can make then same day too, however if you wait, you wont regret it! For Sure! … Continue reading Salted Caramel & Honeycombe Donuts

Fluffly Vanilla Pastry Cream

If you are in search of  a rich frosting or filling but not too dense or heavy. Well a vanilla pastry cream is your go to! You can easily fluff it up even more by adding more whipped cream (this makes it into a diplomat cream) and add it into your tarts, cakes, donuts, coux buns, literally anything! But the regular old vanila pastry cream, … Continue reading Fluffly Vanilla Pastry Cream

Sweet Simple Scones

Its the flu season and the holidays are over. everyone wants to just curl into bed and wake up when the cold wintery weather is gone! Well I’ve got something fluffy, yummy warm and a little sweet to lighten up these gloomey mornings. Try this simple one bowl scone recipe, and enjoy it with butter, cheese, clotted cream, jam or just on its own! Very … Continue reading Sweet Simple Scones