Dutch homemade bitterballen are made with beef, it takes some time to create the beef stew but it’s definitely worth it! Fried beef with a crunchy layer, what’s not to love about that, right?
A delicious and refreshing pumpkin pie with candied orange and caramelised almonds. It needs some time to prepare, but that’s more than worth it! Without the decorations it’s still delicious!
A refreshing and quick dessert that’s even more delicious than the classic version, don’t you think? This limoncello tiramisu is perfect, with homemade lemon curd, mm!
This frangipane and passion fruit pie is a light kind of pie, so why not take another piece? Almonds, meringue and passion fruit, mm!
A very fluffy walnut pie, with a batter without butter or milk! Extra delicious with Noilly Prat, or use port instead. Ready within an hour.
A classic Dutch-Indonesian thousand layer cake a.k.a. spekkoek with delicious thin layers of vanilla and spiced cake, absolutely worth it!
An old-fashioned rhubarb meringue pie, with spelt flour and coconut sugar so it’s quite ‘healthy’. With a classic Dutch pie crust.
It takes a little practise, patience, time and love, but it’s so worth it! WOW, home made lemon macarons are awesome!
Recipes for Dutch (Limburgse) pies have been in my family for generations. For example this lovely rijstevlaai, one of my favorites!
A super delicious dulce de leche and vanilla cake is even better than a cake with caramel. Use some sugar stars to create some Christmas feelings.
Bitterballen with cheese and ham are deep-fried Dutch snacks. They are soft on the inside and crunchy on the outside, with a lovely goat’s cheese filling.
DE-LI-CI-OUS mocha and hazelnut meringue pie! It may seem a lot of work, but it really isn’t! Homemade hazelnut meringues and a mocha cream together, mm!