Rose Water & Vanilla Macaron

Ever thought of havign something that doesnt only look fancy but has a ‘fancy’ taste as well. A little posh’ness to it 🙂 Well this rose water and vanilla macaron is all you will need to impress anyone! Here’s how you make it! INGREDIENTS: On a note – I will be making an Italian Merengue for the Macaron as I have felt through all my … Continue reading Rose Water & Vanilla Macaron

Dark Chocolate & Raspberry Macaron

One of my favourite berries are Raspberries. I love them so much! And theyre even better with dark chocolate! And you know whats EVEN BETTER than that!? A macaron with dark chocolate ganache and raspberry buttercream!..Oh Yeah…. froget chocolate coverd strawberries.. this is pure lush! Here’s how you make them! INGREDIENTS: On a note – I will be making an Italian Merengue for the Macaron … Continue reading Dark Chocolate & Raspberry Macaron

Lemony Lemon Macaron

So Spring is literally starting to shine through in Sweden, and what better way to celebrate than to have a an Extra Lemony Lemon Macaron!?? If youve been following me and have tried my Macaron recipe then this will be easy peasy for you! 😉 Here’s how you make them! INGREDIENTS: On a note – I will be making an Italian Merengue for the Macaron … Continue reading Lemony Lemon Macaron

Japanese Cheesecake

The jiggly fluffy cheesecake that everyone is talking about right now! Its the perfect start to calling in the spring weather and a perfect treat for yourself! Here’s how you make it! INGREDIENTS 250 g cream cheese 6 egg yolks 140 g castor sugar (split into to two, so two 70g sugar) 60 g unsalted butter 100 ml double cream 1 tbsp lemon juice 2 … Continue reading Japanese Cheesecake

Pretzel Pie with Peanut Butter Cream Cheese

The all time childhood favorite snack to eat was always peanut butter and jelly sandwiches. So I decided to take my childhood nostalgic flavor and convert it into a pretty amazing pie! A pretzel cookie base with dark chocolate and a peanut butter soft cream cheese filling topped with whipped cream.. Who wouldn’t like this! 😉 Here’s how you make it! INGREDIENTS 6 cups of … Continue reading Pretzel Pie with Peanut Butter Cream Cheese

Choux Sable with Rose Vanilla Pastry Cream

Petite choux’s are super cute and delicious to eat. However adding a sable ontop to give you a crunchy crispy top, with something really tasty and exciting piped inside! And youve got an entirely different desert! Here’s how you make it! INGREDIENTS  Choux Pastry 125g Water 125g Milk 112g Unsalted Butter 5g Salt 238g    Flour 250 – 275g Eggs (approx 5) Sable 100g Brown … Continue reading Choux Sable with Rose Vanilla Pastry Cream

Raspberry Caves aka HallonGrottor

This is a traditional Swedish cookie, its a soft and crumbly sugar cookie with raspberry jam in the center. You just cant go wrong with this one. Perfect for kids, parties, snacks, coffee and even adults eat it up like no tomorrow! HallonGrottor is the name and literally translates to Raspberry Caves 🙂 Here’s how you do it! INGREDIENTS 200 g butter – at room … Continue reading Raspberry Caves aka HallonGrottor

Super Quick & Easy Donuts!

Donuts is something that people either spend prepping for the night before or way early in the morning just to be able to have it by evening next day! I say NO WAY! I got this down for you guys in under 3 hours, and they will be amazing! Soft and airy inside, with a beautiful outer layer that you can cover in chocolate, sugar, … Continue reading Super Quick & Easy Donuts!

Entrèment – The White Chocolate Mousse with Raspberry Jelly insert & Salty Brownie base

The glaçage is a covering for the chilled cake underneath it. You can make any type of cake, however my preferences are always brownie bottom with a mousse and a slit of fruit jelly in the centre! Doesn’t that sound delicious! Here’s how you do it! INGREDIENTS White Chocolate Mousse 3 gelatine leaves 1/4 cup water 230 g good quality white chocolate   (finely chopped) … Continue reading Entrèment – The White Chocolate Mousse with Raspberry Jelly insert & Salty Brownie base

Galaxy Mirror Glaze

Many of the pastries found in a traditional French bakery have an outer layer of shiny glaze. This is called glaçage miroir, or mirror glaze. The main appeal of this glaze is that it’s gorgeous, but it also seals the inside of the cake. Some tips before we start : You can store your cake uncovered in the refrigerator or at room temperature. When glazing, … Continue reading Galaxy Mirror Glaze