• Coconut Macaroons

    I have cook so many coconut macaroons in my life, it was a huge success when I was in charge of the breakfast in a boutique hotel a few years ago. Sometimes, I could cook 800 per week! So I didn’t cook them anymore when I stopped this job and what a shame. It is so easy to do and so delicious… Here is my recipe for 15 little bites. You will only need the egg white so with the egg yolk, you can cook Hélénettes. Ingredients: 2 egg whites 115 g dry coconut powder 100 g sugar 1 teaspoon liquid vanilla extract Recipe: Pre-heat the oven at 190°C. In…

  • Almond Tuiles

    There is a particular cookie I really enjoyed when I was a child: almond tuiles. We used to have them with tea in the afternoon, most of the time when we were going to see our grand parents. It remind me all of those moments we shared together and I just realised that I never tried to cook some myself! So, here is my recipe for those little cookies that are perfect for tea time or breakfast… Ingredients: 50 g sugar 40 g all purpose flour 40 g butter 40 g flaked almonds 7.5 g vanilla sugar 1 egg 1 tablespoon sunflower oil 1 pinch of salt Recipe: Preheat the…

  • Cannelés

    Cannelés are small little cakes that come from Bordeaux, a beautiful city in France on the Atlantic coast. They are usually ate for breakfast, tea time or with a coffee in the end of your meal. Here is my recipe for 16 big Cannelés. You will need a Cannelés cake pan to cook them, I am using a silicone one because it is easiest to remove the cakes in the end but you can also use a traditionnal copper cake pan (if so, don’t forget to grease it and dust with flour before pouring the dough inside). With this recipe, you will have 2 eggs whites left so don’t hesitate…

  • Swedish Oatmeal Cookies

    Have you already been to Ikea? They sell delicious Swedish Oeatmeal Cookies I am in love with. I have been able to find the perfect combination of ingredients to make some on my own and it was a huge success! So, here is my recipe for 20 delicious cookies… Ingredients: 120 g brown sugar 85 g oatmeal 80 g butter 30 g all purpose flour 1 egg 1 teaspoon baking powder Recipe: Pre-heat the oven at 180°C. Melt the butter in a sauce pan and keep beside. In a mixing bowl, combine the oatmeal with sugar, flour and baking powder. Add the egg, then, the butter and combine evrything together.…

  • Orange Jam

    During winter, I really appreciate the orange jam taste. Moreover, it smell so good in my kitchen when I prepare some… You really should try my recipe which is not so easy and take a lot of time so be patient. For orange jam, the amount of granulated sugar must be half the oranges weight (Example: if you have 500 g of oranges like the 2 oranges I have here, you have to use 250 g granulated sugar). Something very important: use organic oranges because you will need to use the skin. Ingredients: 2 oranges (500 g) 250 g granulated sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract water Recipe: Wash your oranges…

  • Gingerbread Cookies

    Every year for Christmas time, I enjoy baking those gingerbread cookies. They are part of my routine for the holiday season since I am a child. We used to prepare those ones with my familly and this is a nice tradition to share with kids. This recipe is for 85 small cookies. Ingredients: 350 g all purpose flour 175 g brown sugar 125 g butter 1 egg + 15 g egg white 4 tablespoons honey 1 tablespoon cinnamon powder 1 tablespoon cacao powder 1 teaspoon ginger powder 1 tablespoon water 100 g icing sugar Recipe: Place the honey, butter, brown sugar and water in a mixing bowl and heat them…

  • Caramel Babka

    I discovered Babka on Instagram and I immediately felt in love this gorgeous brioche! It comes from Eastern Europe countries and it was so beautiful and seemend so tasty that I really wanted to make one too. So, when I received a large amount of salted caramel spread, I have decided to prepare a Caramel Babka… Ingredients for the Babka: 200 g flour T55 150 g flour T45 2 eggs 80 g butter 40 g sugar 90 ml water 5.5 g express yeast 1/2 teaspoon salt 3-4 tablespoons salted caramel spread Ingredients for the topping: 2 cl water 20 g sugar Recipe: In a bowl, combine the yeast with water.…

  • Gingerbread Muffins

    I really wanted to cook those delicious muffins since a while so when our weekend plans were canceled, I decided to make some for the very first time. If you are a gingerbread fan, you really should cook them too! Ingredients for 12 muffins: 115 g maple syrup 60 g butter 185 g flour T45 50 g brown sugar 11 g baking powder 50 g liquid cream or yogurt 60 ml milk 1 egg 1/2 teaspoon liquid vanilla extract 1/2 teaspoon grounded cloves 1/2 teaspoon grounded cinnamon 1/2 teaspoon grounded ginger Hard maple nuggets Recipe: Preheat the oven at 210°C. Pour the maple syrup and butter in a sauce pan…

  • Green Tomatoes Jam

    This autumn, we had a lot of tomatoes in our garden that would not turn red but remained green. I hate food waste so I when I heard about that green tomatoes could be cooked into jam, I have decided to make some with mine. Ingredients: 1.7 kg green tomatoes (not mature) 1 kg granulated sugar 10 cl water 1 teaspoon vanilla extract Recipe: Wash your tomatoes, remove the stem and cut them in big pieces. Pour them into a big sauce pan with the sugar, water and vanilla extract. Place the sauce pan on the burner at high temperature (but not the highest because it will burn). Mix with…

  • Almonds Crunch

    Those almonds crunch are perfect for tea time or with a coffee in the end of your meal. Crunchy and tasty, you will fall in love with them… Ingredients: 2 eggs + 1 egg yolk 125 g sugar 125 g flour 40 g soft butter 70 g almond powder 80 g whole almonds 20 g flaked almonds 1 tablespoon vanilla extract Recipe: In a mixing bowl, mix all the ingredients (excption for 1 egg yolk) using a wooden spatula. Place in the fridge for at least 30 minutes. Preheat the oven at 200°C. Spread the dough on a baking tray covered by a baking paper. Using a brush, spread the…