Quick coffee dessert cream (Traditional & Thermomix) *

My quick vanilla, chocolate and caramel cream desserts are well known to my readers. But today I'm sharing my quick coffee cream with you. Also a big favorite with us, either as a daily treat, but also as an elegant dessert for a dinner with friends! Ingredients for 4 generous portions 250 g of liquid … Continue reading Quick coffee dessert cream (Traditional & Thermomix) *

Iced Strawberry Parfait with crunchy chocolate

A perfect dessert for hot days, easy to make, preparable in advance and without preparation on the day is this strawberry parfait (also available in other fruits) on the basis of this gorgeous Strawberry Mousse. More ice-cream and sorbet recipes here. For 8 - 10 (doable in any tin of 1.3 l) For the crisp200 … Continue reading Iced Strawberry Parfait with crunchy chocolate

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) *

Madeleines

Being a huge admirer of the great chef Philippe Conticini, I have let myself be inspired by his exquisite Madeleine recipe following at the same time his advice to try different versions and be creative. I think by now everybody who follows me has guessed my love for citrus hints in my baking. Be it … Continue reading Madeleines

Eton Mess

The British summer is coming closer and with it the hot weather, the roses, the lush gardens, the Wimbledon tennis tournament and with that the Great British classic, the mix of red juicy strawberries and thick onctuous cream. There are many variations to serve this but one of the big classics has to be the … Continue reading Eton Mess

Pavlova

I do very often have leftover eggwhites after my baking. As I hate wasting them I have started freezing them individually in an ice cube tray in order to have egg whites when I need them. This works absolutely beautifully! One of the desserts I can quickly whip up that way is the Pavlova. Australia … Continue reading Pavlova

Raspberry Chocolatemousse Cakes

I love serving these little cakes at dinner parties or for a posh afternoon tea! Very easy to make and such an elegant look! The association of velvety chocolate and tart raspberries is just heavenly. Tip for Easter place a couple of chocolate or sugar eggs on top instead of the raspberries to make an … Continue reading Raspberry Chocolatemousse Cakes

Clementine Tartelets

When it's cold and dreary outside you long for light and warmth. That is why I decided to do little clementine tartelettes. They have such a lovely colour and remind me of the sun. I was lucky enough to even have the sun out for a couple of minutes when I took the photo 🌞. … Continue reading Clementine Tartelets

Austrian Apfelstrudel

One of the most famous Austrian recipes is the Apfelstrudel. I am talking about the authentic one, not the versions with Filo or Puff pastry (these are certainly very good versions but can not be called Apfelstrudel). The Strudel dough is a very particular dough that needs to be stretched by hand. A well made … Continue reading Austrian Apfelstrudel