This lavender honey cheesecake can get its lavender flavor in different ways; ground lavender, extract or whatever you have on hand.
A classic quiche Lorraine, with only a few ingredients; bacon, crème fraîche, eggs and a homemade pie crust. Very easy but so tasteful.
This French drink is a classic cocktail, with a twist. Lavender Kir Royal is sparkling with a bit of sweetness and still very refreshing.
The classic Brazilian caipirinha cocktail, super refreshing with all those limes! Make it into a caipirinha sorbet, perfect for hot summer days.
These fried goods are crunchy with a sugar coating, very sweet and delicious! This jalebi recipe is from India, but there are lots of variations.
This type of braised pork shoulder is an old fashioned French recipe with red wine and spices. The meat is very tender and soft.
You’ve probably seen these rolls before, but instead of wine leaves we’re making swiss chard sarma. Even better! Ready within an hour.
An old-fashioned rhubarb meringue pie, with spelt flour and coconut sugar so it’s quite ‘healthy’. With a classic Dutch pie crust.
This delicious sweet and sour stir-fry sauce is made in a jiffy. It makes all your easy stir-fry dishes even more amazing. Ready within 10 minutes.
Almond cruffins, a combination of a croissant and a muffin. Crunchy because of the almonds and the multiple layers and refreshing from the lemon.
Want to try a different kind of easy side dish? Then try these lovely curried green beans with cashews, with or without cheese.
Making your own caramel isn’t difficult at all if you know what to look out for. There can be many reasons why the first time making your own caramel fails. For example: fire too high or stirring too much. It’s important to not walk away from the caramel, patience is of utmost importance.