Category Archives: Desserts

Coffee with baileys cream, a pharisee coffee


This pharisee coffee is made with Baileys Irish cream.

You ccan read the true story of this kind of drink here.

Double espresso with honey and a splash  of Baileys,  topped with whipped cream. Finish it with a splash of baileys,  caramel sauce and dust  with cinnamon.

Serve with home made cinnamon rolls.

This will make your day,  you will have a nice morning start.

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Cotton Cheesecake with Brandy sauce

Cotton Cheesecake with Brandy Sauce

Light,  low sugar high protein sweet for fitness fans and to those who want to burn fat.

The brandy sauce is a custard  made with brandy.


280 mml milk

100 g butter

400 curd (polish cottage cheese)

35 g custard cream

40 g flour

6 eggs

Sugar to your liking


Brandy sauce recipe


Bake at 150 C° for one hour than switch off the oven and let the cake cool down with the door ajar.

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Summer berries clafoutis



3 eggs


200 ml soured cream

100 g coconut flour

300 g mixed berries

Bake at 200 C° until needle probe.


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Christmas pavlova

Christmas star pavlova


This is a pavlova sandwich with chocolate mousse and mixed red berries.

Draw a David star on a baking parchment paper.


400 g egg white

400 g sugar

2 tbsp corn flour

2 tsp  vinegar

For the chocolate mousse

200 g Dark chocolate

500 ml whipping  cream

For the berries

500 g mixed berries

2 tbsp sugar

50 ml brandy


300 ml sweet whipping cream

Brandy to your liking

Heat the oven to 170 C°.  Prepare the meringue. Turn down the oven to 140 C°. Bake it or dry it at 140 C° for approximately  50 minutes.

Switch off the oven at leave the oven door ajar. Make the mousse.

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Christmas pudding frangipane tart


1 shortcrust pastry

For the pudding

Chopped dried






Bake in oven at 160 C° for 30-40 minutes

For the frangipane

100 g butter

100 g sugar

3 eggs

100 g almond flour

Almond flakes on top

Bake the tart at 160 C° for 25 minutes.

In half time arrange the almonds flakes on the top.

Serve with brandy custard.

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Brandy custard


To those who like custard on tart, I made a brandy sauce.

I used brandy in the christmas pudding in my Christmas pudding frangipane tart.

So the custard and the tart were in a perfect synchron.


250 ml milk

250  ml double cream

100 g sugar

4 egg yolks

50 ml brandy


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Rasmalai chocolate terrine

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Chocolate balls with rasmalai mousse

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Lime tart with lime jelly

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