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)

Vegan Lemon Traybake

It can be quite difficult to find good vegan recipes in my opinion. When I finally get hold of one I am always deligthed as more and more people are vegan or intolerant / averse to animal products and therefore demand rises constantly for vegetarian or vegan products. The traybake is ideal for school functions, … Continue reading Vegan Lemon Traybake

Bavarian Plum Sheet Cake

Zwetschgendatschi is a south-german speciality, most specifically from Augsburg in Bavaria. It's a sheet cake made from yeast dough that is thinly spread on a baking sheet generously covered with pitted plums. As my family used to live in Bavaria when I was little we made Zwetschgendatschi on a regular basis. Big sheets of this … Continue reading Bavarian Plum Sheet Cake

Olive Cake

I love savoury cakes as appetisers or for picnics. They are extremely tasty and moist and will go with any wine, champagne or drinks. This is one recipe I have been making for years and it always disappears as soon as it reaches the table. Suivez moi sur Instagram @auxdelicesdecaroline (clique) and Facebook (clique) For … Continue reading Olive Cake

Moist Chocolate Cake – Moelleux au Chocolat

A recipe that in Belgium every chocolate lover knows by heart is the one for the famous "Moelleux au Chocolat" from the cookbook "La cuisine à quatre mains". Even my husband who usually leaves patisserie to me, knows this one by heart and makes it on his own if the mood strikes! Ironically the same … Continue reading Moist Chocolate Cake – Moelleux au Chocolat

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

Rustic Redcurrant-Meringue Cake

If you are like me, you might have frozen berries in your freezer. Some of them are very hard to use because they are extremely sour. One variety of those are the redcurrant berries. I normally don’t like them except in this cake – and I love this cake so much that I even planted … Continue reading Rustic Redcurrant-Meringue Cake

Gluten and Dairy free Lemon Cake

Sometimes my second son asks me for a lemon cake which he really likes. I have tried so many different versions over the years and now finally I am happy with the result! I have made a gluten and dairy free version but you can use regular flour without any problem! This cake is also … Continue reading Gluten and Dairy free Lemon Cake