Simple rhubarb tart (Traditional version & Thermomix)

This recipe is for true rhubarb lovers! There is a very real danger of addiction! The slight acidity of the rhubarb against the caramelised crunch of the pie crust is simply mouth-watering! TO THE SHOP Recipe  Feel free to follow me on Instagram @auxdelicesdecaroline (click) or Facebook (click) Shortcrust pastry 250 g flour175 g butter5 g salt10 g sugar1 … Continue reading Simple rhubarb tart (Traditional version & Thermomix)

Blueberry Swiss Role

With a little more training of the jam Swiss Role there are a multitude of recipes that can made based on it. One very refreshing cake that I really like is the Blueberry Swiss Role. Very little sugar and fresh, I also love its beautiful colors. Make the Swiss Role according to the basic recipe. … Continue reading Blueberry Swiss Role

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

Halva

In this difficult time, when governments around the world ask us to stay home to save lives and make fractionally easier the work of the medical staff that I admire, we are all looking for recipes that use few eggs , little flour, little butter etc. Please treat this more like a piece of chocolate … Continue reading Halva

Apple Meringue Pie with its strawberry rhubarbe variation

Always looking for ways to use egg whites, and big fan of all meringue pies, I love combining an apple pie (like the recently posted vegan and gluten-free apple crumble pie) with an Italian meringue topping. Apple Meringue Pie (rectangular mould 36 cm) If you choose another mould you might find the conversion table cake … Continue reading Apple Meringue Pie with its strawberry rhubarbe variation

French Three King’s Cake with almond cream filling

The Galette des Rois is a French cake that is shared on January 6 to celebrate the Epiphany. A galette des rois is a puff pastry cake that is often filled with frangipane (a filling made from almonds). A miniature porcelain figure or a bean, called "fève", is then hidden in it. Anyone who finds … Continue reading French Three King’s Cake with almond cream filling

Rhum – Coconut bites

The Austrians have a luscious treat that consists of two ingredients that go great together. This is chocolate that envelops a liquid core of Caribbean rum, which is then wrapped in a layer of finely grated coconut. Obviously, for Christmas, the Australian cake, the Lamington, has a crazy success with its squares of chocolate cake … Continue reading Rhum – Coconut bites