This recipe for elderflower syrup doesn’t require citric acid – just lemons. It will keep 1 year. The only ingredients needed are elderflowers, sugar, water, and organic lemons. The syrup is perfect to dilute with water (at a 1:10 ratio) for a summerly, non-alcoholic beverage, or in cocktails like Hugo.
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 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). Linden flower syrup – ready in 2 days was last modified: June 25th, 2021 by Ursula
Fluffy buns with a super nutty and moist walnut-cinnamon filling. The easy sugar icing takes the buns to the next level. These walnut rolls are just like the ones you’ll get at Austrian bakeries. They are one of the most beloved baked treats in Austria. I dare to say, that every Austrian bakery offers them. In German, they are called ‘Nussschnecke’. Yes, that’s three s. Walnut Cinnamon Buns – with… continue reading »
Recipe for a delicious hot punch just like the ones served at Austrian punch stalls in winter. This fruity punch is called ‘Orangenpunsch’ in German, which translates to ‘orange punch’. It celebrates the season with a blend of tea, orange juice, spices, a bit of sugar, and rum if you are up for it. Viennese Hot Christmas Punch – with Video was last modified: December 17th, 2020 by Ursula