I posted a recipe years ago. When I was decluttering my blog a few weeks ago, I deleted the original one, rewrote the recipe to make it vegan and now I’m posting it again. Using pickled cabbage in a casserole might sound weird, but it’s going to be good. I promise. The key to making …
I haven’t posted a recipe for a long time, so this is what I planned for the week of Easter. If you’re interested in the recipe for this simple chestnut cake that can be made in a sugarfree version, keep on reading.
I haven’t posted a recipe for ages, but in October, I will have some that I want to share with you. In this post, you will read the recipes for two dishes – both of them were inspired by a picky toddler.
I love this cake because not only it is heavenly delicious but it is also very easy to make. In addition, it has a sugary and sugar-free version, so it’s good for everyone. If you’re interested in the recipe, read this post.
In this post, you will read the recipe of a very simple, yet very delicious peach curd cheesecake.
I haven’t posted a recipe for ages, so it was time to do one. I have the recipe for a braided yeast bread for you.
For me, apple cake is an inevitable food during the holidays. I like the way the smell of cinnamon apple fills the house. In this post, you’ll read the recipe for a diet-friendly version.
Originally, I wanted to bake this cake for myself last year but it couldn’t do it at that time. This year though, I could!
Today is a special day and I baked this cake for a very special someone.
Black and orange – this dish couldn’t be more autumnal. How was it made? You can learn it from the recipe.