A Dutch plum pie - pruimenvlaai is a classic pie from the South of the Netherlands. You can use all kinds of plums that are available.
This mirabelle plum pie is made with a basic pie crust and topped with a creamy layer and fresh fruit. You can also use cherries instead.
This recipe for a basic pie crust is amazing, because it's easy and cheap. You can fill it with all kinds of great things, such as you favorite fruit.
A basic vanilla cake is easy to create and can be served at any occasion. An easy slice of cake or as a luxury cake topped with whipped cream and fruit.
A jam sponge cake with a super fluffy texture, you can use any jam you'd like. This sweet cake is so light, you can easily get another slice!
This tiramisu cheesecake is extra delicious with a cookie crust and can be made without eggs. An easy no-bake pie, but can you wait?
This peanut and chocolate meringue roll looks festive and it's also super tasty! A perfect combination of crunchy and sweet.
These delicious coconut-mango tartelettes are tiny refreshing pies filled with mango, coconut and a bit of white chocolate. With a homemade pie crust.
This chocolate and malteser pie is soft, creamy and extra delicious in combination with crunchy maltesers and an easy cookie pie crust.
An easy lemon cake with lots of lemon. Super refreshing with a hint of sweetness. This cake doesn't need much time because of the thin layer of batter.
This kiwi meringue pie is made with a homemade pie crust, soft and refreshing kiwi cream, ripe kiwi and a thick layer of meringue.
This apple brioche looks festive, a delicious bread during Holiday brunches. Made with apple, cinnamon and homemade dough.
This apple meringie pie has everything you want in a perfect autumn pie. A crunchy pie crust, creamy apple filling and soft meringue.
A banoffee pie is a well-known pie with banana, caramel and cream. Easy to create, but you'll have to wait a bit before it's ready to serve.
This no-bake pumpkin cheesecake is a delicious fall pie. Perfect if you haven't got an oven. But can you wait until the pie is firm?