No baking, no water bath, no eggs. This easy no-bake cheesecake is light and airy, smooth and creamy. It sets up beautifully in the fridge and only requires 6 ingredients (already including the crust).
Eggs combined with prosciutto, sauteed mushrooms, fresh herbs and the ultimate sandwich sauce on a crunchy baguette. That’s what dreams are made of.
It tastes equally delicious warm or cold, it’s easy to wrap and it travels well.
As you may have noticed, I’ve been a bit less active on the blog lately. With a good reason. Now, I can finally let you know.
These lemon amaretti cookies have a crunchy crust and a chewy, soft center. They are a breeze to make, since this is a one-bowl recipe. You don’t even need a mixer to beat the egg whites or anything. A fork will do!
Easy salad with roasted potatoes and lentils. It’s a gorgeous pack-for-work lunch and ideal for meal-prep and making ahead.
Super chocolaty, chewy and fudgy poppy seed brownies, Austrian-style. These brownies contain ground poppy seeds, which make them moist and rich and simply delicious!
Austrians love poppy seeds. At least the majority does. So it doesn’t come as a surprise that there are a lot of dishes – sweet and savory – based on poppy seeds. That’s why I call them Austrian-style brownies :)
This iced tea is made of 4 different fresh herbs, and without any sweetener. This way it is a tooth-friendly beverage that is perfect for sipping all day long.
It is cool and refreshing and just perfect for a hot summer day.
This fluffy sponge cake topped with fresh apricots is one of Austria’s most beloved cakes. “Marillenkuchen”, as we call this light apricot sheet cake in Austria, is easily my favorite summer cake!
Ripe summer tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, and olive oil is all you need for this Italian caprese salad, also known as insalata caprese. Living just a short car ride from the Italian border, it’s no surprise that you’ll often find Italian dishes like this tasty tomato and mozzarella salad on my plate. This salad is so simple and yet so delicious and full of fresh flavors.
This rich-aroma linden flower syrup has a sweet-floral taste. Use it to sweeten beverages, drizzle it over pancakes and waffles, or to sweeten frostings. Making linden blossom syrup with fresh linden flowers is easy. All you need is linden flowers, sugar, water and citric acid (or lemon juice).
This perfectly smooth, tall and creamy New York Cheesecake is one of my favorite desserts ever. It’s rich and light at the same time with a simple graham cracker crust and topped with a 10-minute strawberry sauce. Simply delicious!
These healthy banana pancakes (one-bowl!) are naturally sweet and do not contain added sugar, honey, or maple syrup. They are fluffy, airy and delicious! And while there is no sugar in the batter, a drizzle of maple syrup on top is recommended :) Get ready for your new favorite breakfast!