Make some delicious poppy seed rolls for breakfast or snack. You can eat them with butter, marmalade, dipped in tea or just like that without anything.
Goat Cheese and Beetroot Puff Pastry is easy to make and it just melts in your mouth.
Potato-Mushroom Soup served in a loaf of bread is an absolute show stopper so here’s the recipe!
Easter is here so let’s bake some traditional Czech Easter Bread!
Homemade cacao-coconut cookies are delicious with tea, coffee or as cake decoration.
Beehive cookies are one of the most traditional Czech Christmas cookies. They are partly baked and bring that delicious walnut scent to the table. In the Czech Republic baking Christmas cookies is a national sport. The ovens are on all the time during the Advent time and there are just so many cookies to taste! …
Trdelník is one of the most popular Christmas desserts in the Czech Republic. It’s simple but delicious and I’ll show you how to make this traditional pastry at home.
Did you know that focaccia art was a thing? It is and it’s really fun. So let me show you how to make an impressive picture of a poppy field made entirely from vegetables, herbs and seeds. Nothing like a painting-like homemade focaccia!
Do you have an chocolate lover at home or are you one yourself? Then try my Flourless Chocolate Cake, the ultimate guilty pleasure.
Hot Milk Cake is an old-fashioned, fluffy and soft dessert is the perfect ending to any meal.
Sometimes, when the st. Valentine’s Day is close and I see all those hearts, chocolate pralines and pink things around I feel like making a little fun of it. And sometimes I see it through and do something “different”. Last year’s also very bloody Valentine cake was a great success in that department and this …
“Mommy, I’d like a bunny cake,” said the upcoming birthday girl and she had me at bunny. So I planned the cake, the decoration and everything. Long story short, it was one fail after another until there was nothing left from my original plan and I had to come up with a new one a …
At Christmas, the nut cookies are one of the stars of many Czech dinner tables. And not just for their resemblance to real walnuts but also for their delicious taste. They taste of nuts and caramel which makes them the ideal cookies for this winter holiday. If you’d like to learn how to make another …
Why a rainbow bread? Why not?
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.
We are all big fans of Totoro in our home, especially Mina who would love to watch this beautiful Japanese tale every day. She wished a Totoro cake for her birthday and it was up to me to deliver.
If you ask me, one of the greatest Austian inventions is the Sacher cake. So why not make Sacher cake pops?
“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 …
Koláče (read kolache) are a traditional Czech pastry traditionally baked at Easter or kermis, nowadays any time. They are made with yeast-dough and filled with marmelades, poppy seeds, cottage cheese and povidla (thick plum marmelade without gelling agent).