The Wedding Post (and cake, there will be cake!)

So very much has happened in the last 5 weeks. On February 7th I married the love of my life, on February 13th we moved in with my parents (temporarily, until May 1st) and on February 20th I quit my job. In the span of two weeks, my entire life turned upside down, and I am very happy about it. I am thrilled to be married, I am thankful to my parents for letting us stay with them until our new appartment is ready and quitting my job was the right decision, however hard it was to come to the conclusion. I will probably cover the moving story and perhaps the job story in a different post, but for now, lets talk about the wedding! (and the cake). Continue reading The Wedding Post (and cake, there will be cake!)

Chocolate caramel cookies

The whole full-time job thing is really wrecking havoc with my blog schedule and my baking rutine. Besides the job, I have just been to Chile for ten days (lovely, lovely country, and the Dulce de Leche…! wow!) and the wedding planning is getting serious!

Chocolate caramel cookies

But still there is time for the Little Things, such as noticing that while I was in South America, Dr. Oetker has launched Fudge Chunks in Denmark! I stumbled Continue reading Chocolate caramel cookies

Lemon Curd Ice Cream (No machine needed)

Lemon Curd Ice Cream

The weather has been so lovely the last couple of days, and if the meteorological institute is right, it will be even better in the upcoming pentecoast weekend! So what better time could there be to make your own ice cream? I have an ice cream maker bowl for my kitchenaid, and I absolutely adore it, but since it has been living in Kristian’s bookcase for a couple of months Continue reading Lemon Curd Ice Cream (No machine needed)

Baking Book Review – Sugarbaby

My fingers are itching. They want to log onto my amazon account, and purchase cookbooks. Which, according to my bank account, is probably a bad idea. Also according to my bookshelves (a.k.a. the livingroom floor). And probably also a bad idea according to Kristian, who seems to think that more than a hundred cookbooks should be enough for a 27-year old (however, I might be able to pursuade him to get a chinese one, does anyone have a recommendation?).

So, instead of impulse-shopping cookbooks, let me look at one I already own! Today I review Sugarbaby by the amazing Gesine Bullock-Prado.


This fabulous book is a candy makers dream Continue reading Baking Book Review – Sugarbaby

Baking Book Review – Eat Me

Some years ago (before she actually moved there), my sister went to Britain. I don’t remember where or why, but when she came home, she gave me two baking books she had purchased while there. These were actually some of the earliest additions to my baking book collection. IMG_0846

The talented Xante Milton a.k.a. Cookie Girl is the auther behind Eat Me!: The Stupendous, Self-Raising World of Cupcakes and Bakes According to Cookie Girl. This lovely cookbook  Continue reading Baking Book Review – Eat Me

Baking Book Review – Marshmallow Madness

I’m back! After 3½  weeks of journeying through Russia, Mongolia and China, I am back home. It was an amazing trip, with so many impressions and experiences (If you want to read more about it, you can see my travelling blog here).

So, monday morning means a book review :) I have a soft spot for candy making, and own a few books dedicated to the art of melting sugar. This book combines three things I love in a cookbook; a sugary subject, a single focus and written by a favourite blogger! Shauna Sever, the writer of shaunasever, has written Marshmallow Madness!: Dozens of Puffalicious Recipes, a lovely book full of marshmallow recipes and inspiration!


The book is so lovely, even the cover is puffy like a marshmallow! Continue reading Baking Book Review – Marshmallow Madness

Baking Book Review – Juliette’s Speculoos

One of the newer trends is the food blogging world is Biscoff Spread, a spread made of hard cinnamon biscuits. These biscuits are known under a lot of different names, Biscoff, Lotus, Bastogne, Speculatie and Speculoos.

No matter the name, the biscuit is a traditional spiced biscuit from the Netherlands, and Brenda Keirsebilck has written a cookbook, Juliette’s Speculoos, dedicated Continue reading Baking Book Review – Juliette’s Speculoos