Bavarian Cream with Berries (traditional & Thermomix version)

One dessert that I love because of its simplicity is the Bavarian Cream. This dessert is simply perfect for your guests! It is quick to prepare (preparations can be done the evening before), beautiful to present and can be served all year round with seasonal fruit. It is similar to Panna Cotta but has a … Continue reading Bavarian Cream with Berries (traditional & Thermomix version)

Quick caramel dessert cream (traditional & Thermomix)

Many of you were asking me for a recipe for a caramel cream after I posted my quick vanilla dessert cream, my coffee dessert cream and my chocolate dessert cream. So I am sharing with you my recipe for the quick caramel dessert cream, making you a short time-lapse film to show the steps to take. The caramel … Continue reading Quick caramel dessert cream (traditional & Thermomix)

Chocolate dessert cream (Traditional & Thermomix)

Another cream dessert that I love to make for my men is this luscious chocolate cream. This is a super simple recipe that uses not only the egg yolks, but one whole egg. And it doesn't require any additional cooking in the oven. This is one of my favourite recipes, along with the delicious and … Continue reading Chocolate dessert cream (Traditional & Thermomix)

Quick vanilla dessert cream (traditional & Thermomix)

I posted a recipe for a super decadent vanilla dessert cream 2 weeks ago. This cream is incredibly delicious and will always be one of my favorites. The difference with the recipe that I post today is that we put only one egg and that the cooking is faster, without passage in the oven, like the chocolate dessert … Continue reading Quick vanilla dessert cream (traditional & Thermomix)

Express crunchy fruit pie

A wonderful recipe for the super-fast preparation of a crispy and fresh cake, perfect if you have guests. Everything is prepared in advance and the assembly takes 2 minutes. As a topping, you can use any fruit of your choice or even use a compote such as cherry or rhubarb etc. 1 rectangular or round … Continue reading Express crunchy fruit pie

Jam roly poly/Swiss Roll

The jam roly poly is, after the moist chocolate cake, my husband's favorite cake. For me it reminds me of my childhood home, where a woman from our village in Austria prepared it once a week for us. My recipe is ultra simple, in fact it is one of the few recipes that I have … Continue reading Jam roly poly/Swiss Roll

Quick caramel dessert cream *

Many of you were asking me for the recipe for a caramel cream after I posted my quick vanilla dessert cream and my chocolate dessert cream. So I am sharing with you my recipe for the quick caramel dessert cream, making you a short time-lapse film to show the steps to take. The caramel cream … Continue reading Quick caramel dessert cream *

Quick vanilla dessert cream – (Traditional & Thermomix)

I posted a recipe for a super decadent vanilla dessert cream 2 weeks ago. This cream is incredibly delicious and will always be one of my favorites. I found my fun little pots here. The difference with the recipe that I post today is that we put only one egg and that the cooking is … Continue reading Quick vanilla dessert cream – (Traditional & Thermomix)

Quick chocolate dessert cream (traditional & Thermomix) *

Another dessert cream that I like to prepare for my men is this gorgeous chocolate cream. My lovely little pots come from here. This is also a recipe that does not only use the egg yolks, but only one single whole egg. There is also no additional cooking in the oven required. It is one … Continue reading Quick chocolate dessert cream (traditional & Thermomix) *

Dark chocolate Panna Cotta with its orange fillets

Perfect for ending a festive dinner, delicious and decadent with a very pleasant fruity note 😋. For those who can not eat Chocolate Mousse because of its raw eggs, here is a delicious alternative that will appeal to Panna Cotta lovers as well as chocolate mousse lovers! For 6 - 8 people 240 g dark … Continue reading Dark chocolate Panna Cotta with its orange fillets