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.
Making your own bread is so delicious, and the smell, mmm! This no-knead bread is ready in less than 2 hours. Worth 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!
A Turkish pide is a Turkish bread that’s traditionally made with ground lamb. Filled with lots of herbs, definitely worth a try!