Boozy Rum Crescents (sweet party bites)

I haven't posted any new recipes for a little while because I was very busy dividing my blog into languages ​​(French, English and German) that you can choose through the menu, and writing my first cookbook that is at the moment only available in German. https://youtu.be/owPcLHH_LYI BUT today I'm making up for it. I'm sharing … Continue reading Boozy Rum Crescents (sweet party bites)

Simple eggfree Strawberry Mousse (fresh or frozen strawberries)

I love Mousse, all kinds of them. After a meal or for an afternoon treat I think it’s a real pleasure to have a spoonful of this beautiful texture melt in your mouth. These beautiful pots come from here! One mousse that never survives more than 12 hours in our fridge is my strawberry mousse. … Continue reading Simple eggfree Strawberry Mousse (fresh or frozen strawberries)

Lemon Mousse

Here is the recipe with which my collection started when I was 12 years old. I will not go into detail how many years ago that was! I had spent 2 weeks at my godmother’s house and one day the cook had prepared a Lemon Mousse that was just to die for. You’ll laugh but … Continue reading Lemon Mousse

German quark stollen

As in many countries around the world, the Germans are used to celebrate Christmas as a family around a hearty meal. It is not the Christmas pudding that closes the feast, but the stollen. This elongated cake would represent the baby Jesus wrapped in his swaddling clothes! It is found on all German Christmas markets, … Continue reading German quark stollen

Chocolat-yoghurt-raspberry Torte

One of the quintessential Austrian cakes made by the village women is this kind of cake, with a soft sponge base, a cool yoghurt cream filling and a fruit mirror on top. It is incredibly fresh and light to eat and melts on your tongue. The best part is you can even have this freshness … Continue reading Chocolat-yoghurt-raspberry Torte

Clementine Trifle

One of the most emblematic british desserts is the Trifle! It is served for festive occasions as it is a stunning creation. Who can resist layers of sponge, custard, fruit, jelly and booze?! If you make it for children, I suggest using orange juice in stead of Cointreau. Here’s my version of a perfect Trifle … Continue reading Clementine Trifle

Churros – spanish sweet fried treat (Traditional & Thermomix)

I don’t know many people who don’t love Churros – these are a Spanish snack consisting of a strip of fried chou pastry dough dusted with sugar. Normally this is just a holiday treat for my boys as I haven’t discovered a place hereabouts where you can get them. But now I have found a brilliant … Continue reading Churros – spanish sweet fried treat (Traditional & Thermomix)

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)

Une autre crème dessert que j’aime beaucoup préparer pour mes hommes est cette succulente crème au chocolat. Ceci est d’ailleurs une recette super simple qui n’emploie pas seulement que les jaunes d’œufs, mais qu’un seul œuf entier. En plus pas de cuisson supplémentaire nécessaire au four. C’est une de mes recette fétiches avec la délicieuse … Continue reading Chocolate dessert cream (Traditional & Thermomix)