Archive for the 'recipes : sweet' Category
This year's most baked cookie – Florentines Dec
24th,
2015
Somehow we manage to crown a new favorite Christmas cookie each year – this time around it was the lacy Florentine Cookie, the one I perfected to my liking some years ago.
Elderberry Jelly – Save the Best for Last Aug
27th,
2015
So we rarely leave Lake Neusiedl without loads of elderberries to be turned into this divine jelly. Forget the praised health benefits, we love it for its exquisite flavour alone… tastes sublime not only on bread and toast, but on pudding, ice cream or yogurt, too.
Coconut macaroons - Undercover stars on the cookie plate Dec
10th,
2014
If you love SOFT, JUICY, COCONUT as cookie attributes – these are for you! Totally.
Woodruff ice cream - Wait for it! May
30th,
2014
Tell me, what is the very first thing you think of, when you see or hear the word “woodruff”? Probably the same I connect it with, a pretty nasty green color. For sure if you grew up in the 70s and 80s. Woodruff Ice Cream Recipe source: own creation Active prep time: about 15 min., chilling: […]
As long as the season lasts - Blood orange & grapefruit sorbet Mar
18th,
2014
And the sorbet gods seem to have had mercy – or how else would you explain the fact, that my favorite grocery shop had the best blood oranges of the whole season that week?
Rice pudding - A classic in a league of its own Feb
11th,
2014
It is filed under “winter comfort food” in my private recipe repertoire and it’s my absolute favorite rice pudding to date: Coconut milk, white chocolate & blood orange. Skip at own risk.
Sablés with mandarin jelly - My Christmas cookie repertoire Nov
27th,
2013
This is the reason why the latest addition to my must-have Christmas cookie repertoire got away with just a slight dust of confectioners’ sugar. Its crumbly consistency and the freshly made mandarin jelly filling were all it took
T-H-E Nut Braid - As close as it gets Oct
18th,
2013
I used my grandma’s recipe for a soft yeast dough (very sticky to handle, but so worth it) and have experimented with the nut filling for the last years, and I think I finally found my favorite.
Bye, bye summer - Roasted cinnamon plum ice cream Sep
13th,
2013
Cinnamon & plums always has been one of my very favorite flavor combinations, they work especially great together during colder months.
The time is now - Stock up your jam pantry Jul
30th,
2013
I’ve, once again, been on an extensive canning spree! With all the juicy stone fruits and plump berries available, one would be a fool to not stock up for those dreary winter months.
Scarlet Rose and Berry Pudding - "Bakeless Sweets" by Faith Durand Jul
6th,
2013
“Bakeless Sweets”, the complete title covers everything from pudding, budino, jelly to panna cotta, icebox cake, mousse and so much more – both classics and modern recipes alike. Perfect for those hot summer months, when heating the oven is not an option.
Poached, roasted & drunk - The stone fruit jar in our fridge Jun
27th,
2013
Of course, you can use perfectly ripe and sweet stone fruits as well – it’s just that this whole poaching-roasting part brings out the best in them, so it doesn’t really matter, if the fruits lack any tenderness or sweetness.
Pink in Disguise - The Tipsy, Nutty, Chocolatey Cake May
6th,
2013
Days later it won over Lena, who meanwhile bakes it all by herself. And it is now a proud member of my everyday-cakes-repertoire, because it stays amazingly moist for days!
Meringue-Tarteletts with Passion Fruit Curd - Recipe with Video Mar
31st,
2013
It is one of my favorite recipes from my new cookbook Sweets- if you need to impress or win people over with a sweet treat, these tarteletts are a sure bet.
Fried snowballs (!?) and a brand-new feature on delicious:days Feb
19th,
2013
We’ll kick off with a regional sweet delicacy called Schneeballen (translates to “snowballs”), which is pretty common in various parts of Bavaria, especially during winter season.