Upgraded Marble Cake

Marble pound cake is already very known and good dessert which we all love. This Marble Cake with Marbled Frosting is an upgrade of it. It is composed of marble sponge cake and marble frosting with vanilla and chocolate pudding. Preparation of upgraded marble cake is more demanding and takes a little longer than simple marble pound cake, but despite this it is not too hard if you have experience at baking. Total making time, together with baking and cooking the puddings is about 1 hour and a half. Upgraded Marble Cake Ingredients (for a square baking tray 35×40 cm) […]

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Chocolate Berry Cake

This cake was designed for my husband’s bitrhday. He loves combination of chocolate and fruit in cakes. Do you, too? Keep on reading! Chocolate Berry Cake is composed of cocoa crust, jelly-like middle with whole berries, and mild chocolate mascarpone cream. Flavours of chocolate and berries complete wonderfully, and the cake is just sweet enough. The cake will be loved even by those who aren’t fans of classic layer cakes with sponge and frosting, and those who like creamy cakes. Chocolate cream resembles mousse by its structure but its preparation is much easier because you simply mix it, without any […]

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Pumpkin Hand Pies

This year’s Halloween recipe are pumpkin hand pies, filled with jam. I have wanted to bake a pumpkin dessert for a long time, and this year I finally tried it. All of you who worry about pumpkin taste, should be relieved because pumpkin itself contributes very little to the main flavour of the hand pies, but it helps to get a nice, yellow glowing baked dough and the juiciness of the hand pies. Pumpkin Hand Pies were so delicious that my husband and I ate all of them in one weekend. Pumpkin Hand Pies are made of cookie dough of […]

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Peanut Butter Apple Crumble

Apple Crumble is a typical fall dessert, made from baked apples, covered in buttery crumbles. This version of apple crumble is even more delicious and tempting for every nut lover. If you want to prepare a quick, but special fall treat, Peanut Butter Apple Crumble is a great idea. Add a scoop of vanilla or caramel ice cream and get the best fall dessert ever.  Total preparation time is 1 hour and 15 minutes, with 45 minutes baking time included. I suggest you make the apple crumble in a ceramic or glass baking tray so the apples don’t stick to […]

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White Chocolate Blondies with Macadamia Nuts

Blondies are simply chocolate-free brownies. Unfortunately, this makes them pretty underrated. But not with the right extra ingredients! I made blondies with melted white chocolate, white chocolate pieces and crunchy macadamia. Great dessert! Blondies must be prepared with brown sugar and vanilla. I also added rum to enhance those two flavours. Blondies can be baked only for 20 minutes to have a chewy structure. But if you want them completely baked, I recommend 25 minutes of baking time. The recipe does not contain baking powder because you don’t want your blondies to rise too much.   Ingredients (for 20 pieces) […]

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Apple Almond Cinnamon Rolls

 You can hardly imagine a more typical fall desserts than cinnamon rolls. They are very popular in northern Europe. Classic cinnamon rolls are made from yeast dough, filled with mixture of butter, cinnamon, and brown sugar. Apple Almond Cinnamon Rolls follow the original cinnamon rolls in almost every way, except I added some apples, almond butter, and chopped almonds. They quite well resemble apple pie. Dough is flavourful and fluffy, apples add juiciness, and cinnamon, brown sugar, and almond butter add a distinct aroma. Apart from original rolls, these don’t have a cream cheese frosting because I’ve found the filling […]

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Peanut Butter Brownies

Everyone loves a good brownie. Brownies are quickly prepared, chocolatey, and delicious dessert! This time I’ve decided to make them with peanut butter. The combination of chocolate and peanuts is absolutely amazing! Peanut Butter Brownies also have a nice texture. Top is crackly, and the middle is gooey. They are prepared very easily, in fact, you will need half an hour for preparation and less than half an hour for baking. I love to prepare them when I’m invited somewhere or somebody comes unannounced. But they are great also for Sunday lunch when you have many dishes to make and […]

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