Raspberry Wrap Cake

The swiss roll is one of my favorite cakes, not only because of its soft taste, but also because of its versatility. The basic cake, the jam swiss roll can be prepared with many different jams in just 20 minutes, the fruity Swiss Role (for example blueberries) or the appetizing summer tartelettes, the selection is … Continue reading Raspberry Wrap Cake

Bohemien bread dumplings

What can we prepare with the leftover white bread from the previous day🤔 well there are several things like Bruschetta, vegetarian Cesar salad and french onion soup, but here I offer you something that in my opinion is almost unknown to most of you. A lovely stew with a fresh salad! A traditional dish from … Continue reading Bohemien bread dumplings

Mole Cake (traditional & Thermomix)

A very popular cake in Germany is the mole cake. As a great classic, it was developed a long time ago by Dr. Oetker as a cake mixture. Now there are hundreds of different recipes on the internet, as it is really very popular at children's parties. The cake looks like a molehill and shows … Continue reading Mole Cake (traditional & Thermomix)

Express Houmous / Hummus Trio (Traditional & Thermomix)

In our immediate environment it is a well known fact that I really love what the French call apéro and often replace a starter with a great set of appetizers. There is a whole category for appetisers, quick appetisers and food out of shotglasses on the blog. Served here with the delicious homemade breadsticks 😍. … Continue reading Express Houmous / Hummus Trio (Traditional & Thermomix)

Hazelnut nougatine meringue cake

I'm always looking for recipes using egg whites. In all the pastry that I make regularly I use a lot of yolks and much less whites. So I have whole bags of frozen egg whites in my freezer, which must be used at all costs. This delicious cake, that is utterly gluten free to boot, … Continue reading Hazelnut nougatine meringue cake

Hazelnut, almond, etc nougatine

Nougatine has a simply wonderful taste and gives pastries, ice cream, etc. a strong nutty taste. You can of course also use the same procedure for walnuts, almonds, pecans, pistachios, cashews, etc. You must first peel the almonds and then toast them. Walnuts, pecans, pistachios and cashews are only toasted. You can of course vary … Continue reading Hazelnut, almond, etc nougatine