These are perfect if you wanna decorate the cookies, or if you just wanna eat a cookie. You can use a cookie cutter to shape them, or a glass.
The season for eating “Semla” in Sweden is here. The bun is filled with almond paste and cream. (You find my recipe for almond paste in another post) The word Semla actually comes from the Latins Simila that means flour and was in the beginning just the word for the actual bun. Continue reading “Swedish semla”
I made some chocolate meringues the other day and topped them with some whisked cream and red currants. Every one loves this easy desert. And you can add any berries. Continue reading “Some nice meringue”
This recipe was created by Anna Broms for an KitchenAid event. The Choquette’s are so delicious! Continue reading “Chouette”