In Holland we celebrate King’s Day next week. So that’s why we made a lovely Dutch King’s day tompouce. Filled with custard, mm!
Zandkoekjes are easy little cookies everyone should make some day. Very easy to make into any shape you want!
Slow-braised beef is an old-fashioned Dutch stewing meat, this recipe comes from my grandma. My dad stills cooks it quite often, love it!
The Dutch crumb pie, or kruimelvlaai in Dutch is a classic ‘vlaai’ from the South of the Netherlands. Delicious layer of custard topped off with crumbs.
Recipe for a traditional Dutch pie, it has been in my family for generations. Kersenvlaai is another classic one! Made with a heart of peaches.
One of the most well-known pies from the south of the Netherlands: Dutch apricot pie. The diamond-shaped top is very authentic.
Recipes for Dutch (Limburgse) pies have been in my family for generations. For example this lovely rijstevlaai, one of my favorites!
This Dutch cookie is loved by many. Home-made bokkenpootjes (goat’s feet) are even better! Almonds, chocolate, custard and crunchyness. Delicious!
Typical old-fashioned Dutch recipe for delicious appelbeignets to serve on new years eve. Ready in less than half an hour, recipe for 6 people.
Ever heard of boterkoek? It’s a very easy to make Dutch butter cake using only a few ingredients. Recipe for 8 people, ready in 40 minutes.
Have you ever heard about Sinterklaas, a feast for children with lots of sweets here in Holland? We made a Dutch tiramisu with pepernoten, cool right?
Kale and potatoes, or better known as boerenkoolstamppot in Holland is a winter dish that goes way back in time. Served with an onion sauce.