Vanilla Butter Ring Cookies or Vanillekranse, is one of my absolute favorite cookies. They are normally made and served during the entire December for Christmas celebration and is a part of the huge traditional assortment of Danish Christmas cookies. The cookies are sweet, crispy and crunchy from the chopped almonds.
Bring your kids to the kitchen and let them help making these wonderful Coconut Tops – and maybe dip the bottoms in chocolate?! (We do that from time to time 😋) I actually totally forgot about these munchkins until my very good friend brought a bunch of these one day, at the neighborhood pool. It instantly brought me back…
I love French Macarons – especially these fresh and delicate mini-mini French Macarons with Lemon! Macarons always makes me dream myself back to the fantastic macaron boutique Pierre Hermé in Paris – sigh! If you’d never tried making macarons before, don’t hesitate – try it, and try it now! You will only be amazed!! (-and don’t worry if they…
These Crispy Oatmeal Cookies are one of my childhood favorite cookies!! It is a very classic cookie from Denmark and we eat them with or without filling. We call them Havregrynskager and they are known for being a very thin and crispy cookie.
These Raspberry Bites reminds me so much of my childhood! The most fantastic thing was to walk down to the baker and push my nose flat against the window – and not being able to choose between all the delicious cakes.. – and then again, I almost always ended up whit this beauty! :o)
Who doesn’t love French Macarons? Try making french macarons with licorice ganache. A beautiful and delicate cake for dessert. Oh, I’m in heaven. But I’m also a big licorice fan, as a true dane!
As a funny and easy-to-make Easter snack – try making these Rice Krispies Treats. It takes a few minutes to mix the ingredients and shape the treats – and that can be neat when cooking with kids ;o)
These Madeleines are not just totally amazing and beautiful – but also super easy and quick to make. -And It may well be very nice, if you suddenly have unexpected guests… ;o)
Enjoy these Italian Biscotti with pistachio and anise, with a good cup of espresso – or just your favorite one ;o) – and you’ll see what I mean. Biscotti can be made in thousand of ways – but they are always twice-baked, dry and crunchy! This is Italy when it’s best!