Archive for May 2016 | Monthly archive page

Edible spoons

Seen at, personally tried and I must admit it really works. Fluffy, lightly crunchy spoons made with puff pastry and filled with a red pepper cream cheese and decorated with egg and tomato. Just snatch at them! One large pastry sheet will make 10 to 14 spoons. Flatten the sheet directly on your baking […]

Doily cutlery pouch

Easy but stunning. Cutlery pouches made with paper doilies having a 6″ or 15cm diameter. Fold each doily to make a cornet and fix the upper flap with a glue dot. Decorate your doily individually with different accessories. The following picture will show some suggestions. Fold all paper napkins to get a cornet shape to. […]

With all my heart

If anyone travels through the world, he will have to tell a lot that’s at least what’s said in one of Beethoven’s songs. My wish however ist that those travelling will knwo how much I miss them. That’s why until now I always smuggled a little bedtime treat into the suitcase. Two lovely heart boxes […]

Rhubarb and meringue

We already had our first rhubarb stalks this year – as fruit sauce with rice pudding. Today I tried a new recipe with a lovely short crust emphasizing the sweet-sour note of the rhubarb filling. It’s once again a recipe from Hefe-und-mehr and I recommend trying it. Ingredients for a 28cm tarte mold: 200g wheat […]