Are you the happy owner of a cherry tree or have some beautiful cherries from the market? Try a lovely homemade cherry jam. As sweet as you’d like.
Have you ever had these amazing super crispy Dutch cookies? They’re called kletskoppen and are made with butter and almonds.
This super soft and fluffy pineapple bavarois is even more delicious with a hint of rum. Can also be made without rum for the children this Easter.
These delicious coconut-mango tartelettes are tiny refreshing pies filled with mango, coconut and a bit of white chocolate. With a homemade 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 sauerkraut and banana oven dish is a must try! With a crispy topping, soft and sweet bananas, ketjap, spices and mashed potatoes.
An easy dessert with oven roasted pineapple, warm the very best! Serve with some vanilla ice cream to complete this amazing dessert.
These brie and soft pear bites don’t need a lot of ingredients or time. Simple bites with brioche bread and juicy ripe pears.
French toast with raspberries is great for any day. Make them heart-shaped for a lovely and quick Valentine’s day breakfast.
A Feijoada stew can be made in many variations. Traditionally served with oranges, rice and cooked cabbage. Our version was made in a slow cooker.
This apple brioche looks festive, a delicious bread during Holiday brunches. Made with apple, cinnamon and homemade dough.