So these cookies have been with me since I was a little girl. Growing up, I went to an international school in Malmö where we had students from all over the world. An Australian student brought in Anzac biscuits and I fell in love. These thin oat filled caramelly cookies are just to die for. You can make them a bit thicker to make them … Continue reading Anzac Biscuits
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
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
During the summer, you want to have something a Little bit tangy and sweet but nothing to overpowering. You don’t want a full cake but you want something substantial like a cake… right? So here is my take on a cake that’s not so much like a cake but it is like cake … you with me? 😉 My Lemon & Poppy seed butter laof … Continue reading Lemon & Poppy Seed Butter Loaf Cake
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
Its Apple Season in Sweden! Thinking about something different to bake every time, and every year can be a bit challenging, however if you really look at bakeries all over, you find staple things such as tarts, buns, choux pastries, cream puffs, cookies and cakes. I mean generally these are the main genres, so this time I thought lets try baking a choux (I know … Continue reading Apple Caramel Choux
An amazing amazing little latin treat, that is loves by many and adored by many more! I absolutly love these delicious delights, and I know you Will to! I was recomended by a fellow baker about using Cajeta, which is goats milk caramel, so ive added that as the main filling for these cookies, however, IF you can’t find goats milk, or simply just want … Continue reading Alfajores Con Cajeta – Vanilla cookie with goats milk caramel
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
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
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