A bit fruity, a bit sweet, a bit salty, a bit crunchy, and a whole lot of chocolate. Now here’s something to salivate about.
Grandma’s juicy hazelnut cake, so easy to make, best enjoyed with a cup of hot chocolate or tea.
These classic German Christmas cookies (Zimtsterne) are similar to a macaron, but with more nuts, very chewy, and with lots of cinnamon!
A classic rhubarb tart but the frangipane filling is made with ricotta instead of butter. The pattern is super pretty, all you need is a little precision.
Sweet, spicy, juicy and crumbly. Try this garam masala spiced pear date and walnut crumble slice warm with cream or ice cream.
A classic strawberry galette, not so sweet, with beautiful light and flaky pastry crust and a hint of balsamic vinegar.
A decadent, rich banana bread, made with ricotta and anything I could find in the pantry, like chocolate chips, walnuts and oats. Beautifully moist and full of flavour.
Crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside. A cookie that satisfies us all! These chocolate cookies have an avocado in them, which clearly makes them healthy, right? Gotta eat your vegetables, and if it’s in the form of a cookie, even better!
This is my take on the classic Aussie biscuit ‘Iced VoVo’, with a richer and more flavoursome cookie base, and a marshmallow-ey topping. Who says these cookies always have to be square? They’re so much prettier as flowers!
One of the easiest recipes in the world: simply mix butter, sugar and flour for traditional melt-in-your-mouth shortbread. For a bit of green fun, we have added matcha powder and pistachios, which give these cookies their very distinctive flavour. Like a stronger matcha note? Add up to 3 teaspoons of the powder.