I’m a huuuuge fan af doughnuts of all shapes, colors and flavors. However, there’s something quite unique about mini sized doughnuts. I think there’s a rule saying that when things come in mini sizes, it’s alright to eat more… Am I right?!
Anyway, I’ve shown doughnuts a few times on the blog before, and I’m quite certain I’ll probably do it agan (and again, and again).
I L O V E them!
I really must insist that if you haven’t tried baking them before, just go ahead and get baking! Now! These doughnuts are SO easy to bake and they turn out perfect every time. Continue reading →
Here’s an idea for the perfect “clean you kitchen cabinets”-project: Granola bars. The delicious snacks can be made in sooo many different variations, just to your liking.
Once again I’ve invited a camera crew into my tiny little kitchen to show you guys how I handle my baking process. In a collab with the wonderful Danish new concept “Mig og min mad” (My food and I) a range of cute videos have been born, and I’m so proud to be a part of the project. This video actually turned out even better than I’d hoped, if I may say so. I really hope you’ll like it. Continue reading →
I want to thank you all so much for the wonderful feedback I got since releasing my first video recipe (the infamous layered carrot cake, mmmm….).As you may have guessed, this video thing was not a one-time story – I have even more videos to show you. And now I can finally release the next in the serial. This time we’re looking at something purple pastel colored and meringuey crisp: I call them meringue popsicles.
These meringue popsicles have become quite a fun little baking project, that I tend to spend some time doing every now and then. They’re actually so quick to whip together, and the great thing is that I really enjoy the creativity that this project allows me to explore. There’s absolutely no right or wrong when piping – everything is possible.
Take a look at the video here below. It’s in Danish, but as you know a picture speaks more than a thousand words.