Buckwheat cake with plums

I was going through my pantry recently – early spring cleaning – and I discovered I still had one jar of plums my mum made me. I’ve been eating them whole winter with my morning oatmeal. However, I decided to use the last jar for a cake that I’ve been meaning to make for some…

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Brownie

This recipe had red wine it in – and you don’t have to tell me twice to open a bottle of wine. It also had dried cherries. But in the end I didn’t use neither wine nor cherries. The wine ended in the wine glas and the cherries stayed at the supermarket, when I read…

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Christmas gingerbread cake

What would Christmas be without gingerbread cake? This is a luxurious version with home-made plum marmalade, marzipan and chocolate ganache. Unlike many other versions, this cake does not have to mature for weeks, so you can make it at the last minute. One rainy afternoon is enough. Cake200 g butter150 g honey15 g gingerbread spice15…

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Belgian waffles

These waffles are light and crisp, and because they are made with baking powder and not yeast, they are ready in no time. Which makes them perfect for breakfast or whenever you have unexpected guests. Or expected, for that matter. 130 g butter 150 g wheat flour 110 g potato flour 1 tsp baking powder…

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Red smoothie bowl

I feel a bit silly posting a recipe for a smoothie. After all, you make a smoothie by blending whatever fruits or vegetables you happen to like and have. There are no rules. A smoothie recipe is just an inspiration. And so most of the ingredients listed below are optional, also the amount may vary.…

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Plum cake

I am getting quite fond of my sleepless nights. I get to do so many things. For example, I started playing piano again. And before you feel sorry for my neighbours, I’ve got an electric piano. Long, sleepless nights are also perfect when you’re baking yeast cakes. They don’t like hurry. So brace yourself for…

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