Pineapple, Mango and Coconut Fool

Nothing better than a fresh yet indulgent dessert (with some very nice South African dessert wines from Mullineux and Newton Johnson)…

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Greek Yoghurt with Mulled Pears and “Kruidnootjes”

A super way to start your day or as a dessert. Both the mulled pears and “kruidnootjes” will make your house smell great too!
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Malteser Tiffin

For Chantal’s birthday, I was looking for a recipe for one of those amazing cakes that are entirely covered in Maltesers, but along the way I got distracted by this “Malteser tiffin”

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Soufflé Cheesecake (a.k.a. Japanese Cotton Cheesecake)

My first attempt at a Soufflé CheesecakeThe taste very closely resembled a regular lemon cheesecake, but the structure is amazingly fluffy and light!

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Lakrids A by Johan Bülow

“According to many, Lakrids A is instantly addictive” it says on the label….

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Cherry Clafoutis

A French clafoutis tart really brings childhood memories of summer bakes with all kinds of fresh fruit, but the real classic is made with cherries. I used fresh ones in this recipe, based on Daniel Gritzer’s over at seriouseats.com.

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“Rochefort 10” Ice Cream and Strawberry Ice Cream

This Rochefort 10 ice cream is based on a recipe I found on the Belgian foodblog Hot Cuisine de Pierre. It’s a very nice beer and the idea of making ice cream with it is sheer genius…

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Churros Waffles with Cinnamon Sugar and Hot Chocolate Sauce

This a recipe from the Will It Waffle blog that was published on Serious Eats.

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White Chocolate Mousse with Cardamom Espuma and Clementine Sorbet

Making your own sorbet is – when you have an Icemaker that is – very easy and now is really the time for clementines. Zesting and juicing the clementines and lemon made the house smell yummy too. Continue reading “White Chocolate Mousse with Cardamom Espuma and Clementine Sorbet”