This apple brioche looks festive, a delicious bread during Holiday brunches. Made with apple, cinnamon and homemade dough.
This garlic and herb bread is extra delicious because of the crispy cheese layer on the outside and the soft bread on the inside. Serve as a side dish.
Appetizers with marinated salmon are even better than smoked salmon, don’t you think? These salmon and yuzu blinis are also great for the Holidays.
This Easter bread has to rise twice, so that will take up some time. It’s definitely worth it! A soft and tasteful bread, including hard boiled eggs. It’s a bit similar to brioche bread.
Delicious chocolate beignets with a fluffy homemade yeast dough. After frying, the dough is being filled with soft dark chocolate, mm!
A Dutch peach pie – perzikvlaai, is a classic pie from the South of the Netherlands. It looks pretty and is very fruity and refreshing.
An old-fashioned rhubarb meringue pie, with spelt flour and coconut sugar so it’s quite ‘healthy’. With a classic Dutch pie crust.
Almond cruffins, a combination of a croissant and a muffin. Crunchy because of the almonds and the multiple layers and refreshing from the lemon.
A homemade lemon quark bread, delicious, refreshing and its a great start of the day. Combines perfectly with a fruity jam.
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.
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!