• Pound Cake

    A star cake for all children who want to cook themselves, the pound cake is quick and simple to prepare and can be eaten from breakfast to dinner! Ingredients: 3 eggs 170 g sugar 170 g butter 150 g flour 11 g baking powder 1/2 teaspoon liquid vanilla extract Recipe: Pre-heat the oven at 180°C (355°F). Melt the butter in a saucepan. Combine all the ingredients in a mixing bowl. Grease a cake pan and pour the dough inside. Place in the oven and bake it for 35 minutes. When it is ready, remove from the oven and let cool down before removing from the pan and serving.

  • Tiramisu

    I really enjoy Italian Food, including desserts. Tiramisu is one of them and can be made with tastes of coffee, speculoos, strawberries, pistachios… and so much more. This recipe is not the original one because I added egg-whites whipped-up that create a beautiful mousse texture. This recipe is for 6 to 10 glasses (depending on their size). Ingredients: 250 g Mascarpone 3 eggs 15 cl coffee 80 g sugar 10 sponge fingers 3 teaspoons chocolate powder Recipe: Prepare your coffee in a bowl and let cool down. In two different mixing bowls, separate the egg-whites and egg yolks. Add the sugar and mascarponse to the egg yolks and mix to…

  • Strawberries Meringue Cake

    Finally we are approaching my favorite fruits season and to celebrate it, I have created my own dessert: a Strawberries Meringue Cake! If you try it, be advice that you will have a little more meringue and vanilla cream than needed to create the cake because I wasn’t sure about if I would like to cover the sides or not. You will need a blowtorch to burn the meringue and a circle cake pan between 20 and 25 cm size. Ingredients: 6 eggs 30 g flour T45 (+ 3 tablespoons) 165 g sugar (+ 3tablespoons) 40 cl milk 1 teaspoon liquid vanilla extract 5 g butter 6 strawberries Recipe: Prepare…

  • Canadian Sugar Pie

    The Canadian Sugar Pie comes from the French part of the country and is a traditionnal dessert during Christmas and in sugar shacks in springtime… I didn’t eat one since my last trip to Canada in 2016, so almost 4 years now! Since I had some mapple sugar at home, I have decided to make some for the first time! If you don’t have maple sugar, don’t worry, you can also use brown sugar (or sucre vergeoise in France). Ingredients: 270 g flour 155 g soft butter 1/2 teaspoon salt 5 cl water 1 egg 180 g maple sugar 25 cl liquid cream Recipe: Preheat the oven at 355°F (180°C).…

  • Meringues

    Last Sunday, I published the Hélenettes recipe telling you that you could use the egg white for Meringues, so, here is my Meringues recipe! This recipe comes from Italy and meringues are perfect for dessert (placed on ice-cream) or with coffee. I also enjoy to add 1 teaspoon dry thyme so you can use them with a cocktail, wine or champagne glass before your meal! Here, you can prepare between 60 and 80 meringues. Hope you will enjoy. Ingredients: 2 egg-whites 120 g sugar Recipe: Pre-heat the oven at 210°F (100°C). Whip egg-whites to a light mousse. Slowly add the sugar still whipping, stop when it became hard and bright.…

  • Hélénettes

    Those little biscuits are really easy to do and perfect for breakfast, tea time or with coffee in the end of your meal. You can use either whole almond powder or regular one (skin removed). Since you will only need egg yolk, you can use the white to make meringues, financiers or madeleines. Here, you can prepare 30 biscuits. Ingredients: 2 egg yolks 80 g butter 100 g sugar 100 g flour 100 g almond powder 1 teaspoon liquid vanilla extract Recipe: Pre-heat the oven at 375°F (190°C). Melt the butter in sauce pan on the burner. In a salad bowl, combine all the ingredients with a wood spoon; the…

  • Easter Eggs & Marshmallows

    As a lot of people in France and around the world, because of confinement due to coronavirus, I couldn’t get out to buy some chocolat Easter eggs this year. So, I have decided to do my own! Here is my recipe for home-made Easter Eggs filled with marshmallows! To make your chocolate eggs, you will need a special Easter Eggs silicone cake pan or at least, a pop cakes pan as me. This recipe is for 10-12 eggs (if using a pop cakes pan) and 35-40 small marshmallows. Ingredients: 15 g edible gelatine 6 cl water 125 g sugar 6 cl corn syrup (I used maple syrup) 1/2 teaspoon liquid…

  • Braided Brioche

    I really wanted to try to prepare some home-made brioche since a long time. After checking some recipes on the web, I finally found the perfect mix for myself, combining 3 recipes. There are many ways to form the dough in the end so I let you check on the web as well which one suits to you. Here, I decided to do a 2 braided brioche, quite easy to do and beautiful. Ingredients: 125 g flour T45 125 g flour T55 10 cl milk 40 g butter 40 g sugar 1 egg + 1 more for the egg wash 11 g baking powder 1/4 teaspoon salt Recipe: In a…

  • Amarettis

    Amarettis biscuits are Italian and perfect for breakfast or afternoon tea party. You can also use them with an expresso in the end of your meal. Ingredients for 40 biscuits: 3 egg whites 400 g almond powder 200 g icing sugar 1 teaspoon bitter almond extract Recipe: Preheat the oven at 375°F. Place a baking paper on a drip pan. Mix all the ingredients by hand in a big bowl, the dough has to be moist. Form small flattened balls (walnut size) in your hands and place them on the drip pan. Place in the oven and cook for 8-10 minutes until the borders are colored. Remove from the oven…

  • Apple Pie

    Autumn equals apple season! So many ways to cook them, salted or sweet and one of my favorite recipe is my husband’s apple pie…He uses Granny Smith apples for getting more sourness in the pie, moreover, the texture is better after cooking and remain easy to handle for creating a beautiful pie decoration. Ingredients: 5 Granny Smith Apples 1 puff pastry 1 egg yolk 1 tablespoon butter 1 tablespoon cinnamon 2-3 tablespoons sugar Recipe: Peel your apples and cut them in slices removing the core. Place a sauce pan on the burner at medium temperature. Add the butter and then, the apple slices. Stir in the apples in the butter…