Easter is here so let’s bake some traditional Czech Easter Bread!
How are the preparations for Halloween going? This year, how about trying one of my realistic Halloween cakes that are so disgustingly looking but delicious on the taste buds?
Are you looking for an original idea for a card for St. Valentine’s Day, anniversary or birthday? Try to make this scratch off card with my tutorial.
How to make a realistic human heart cake. Something for real romantics.
Baking cookies at Christmas is like a national sport in my country. Housewives compete over who baked the most types and the most ridiculous amounts of each type. The Linzer cookies are something you always find on a Czech Christmas table.
“Braaaains!” – does this quote sound familiar? If so, maybe you know the movie that inspired this Halloween brain cake. We don’t really celebrate Halloween at home but we won’t miss an opportunity to put costumes on, make an original cake and have some fun. And so I bring you my first Halloween tutorial for …
Vánočka is a typical Czech pastry traditionally made at Christmas. It could be compared to the Spanish mona or the French brioche, although Vánočka is even better. It is rich in butter and eggs, lightly sweet and if you make it right, it smells and tastes fresh for two or three days (if it lasts that long). …
My attitude towards Christmas changed in time. I used to love this magical season when I was a child, later my excitement shifted rather towards the New Year Eve’s celebrations. And now, when I’m older and have kids, I’m excited about Christmas again, probably since summer. At our home, the season starts just before advent …
I did something different this year, it’s a very last minute but maybe it’s still helpful to someone
There are always the traditional brown eggs with floral print in our home on Easter. It’s an activity that kids enjoy from the beginning till the end. Many Czechs know this way of dyeing the eggs and so this tutorial is for those of you who don’t