15. 01. 23


Duo Penotti/nutella 


325 grams
236 gram
1 tsp
2 tbsp
200 gram


  1. Sift the flower into the bowl
  2. Add the sugar and the yeast to the flower and mix together
  3. Add the water and mix everthing for 7 minutes 
  4. Place the dough in a lightly oiled bowel and cover the bowl with plastic
  5. Put the dough in a warm place for an hour ( The dough has to be doubled size )
  6. Put flower on your work bench. Roll out the dough, make sure it is equally thick on all sides ( 15 by 20 cm )
  7. Let the chocolate melt in the microwave for 30 s. So you can spreading it much easier
  8.  Lubricate the chocolate and roll the dough 
  9. Now cut the roll in half, but keep on top still space left. Twist ends overtop each other, making sure to turn cut side toward the top
  10. Cover with foil and let it rest for 20 minutes
  11. Beat an egg and brush the surface of the bread with it
  12. Pre heat the oven to 350F
  13. Bake for 20 min
  14. Put the oven to 425 F and bake until lightly browned on top, 
  15. Let cool before serving 
15. 01. 04

For 32 cookies


Caster sugar (light)
Baking powder
Pumpkin pie spice

240 grams
100 grams
125 grams
170 grams
110 grams
1.5 tblspn
1    tspn
1    tspn

  1. preheat the oven to 160 degrees
  2. Put in a large bowl, the flour, the sugar, baking powder en de spice. 
  3. Stir together until eveyrthing is fully mixed. 
  4. Cut the butter in small cubes. Put the butter in this mixture and mix together. 
  5. Put the honey in a pan and heat it up. It should not boil. 
  6. Put the honey with the butter and the flower and mix together
  7. Make small balls and roll it through the sugar
  8. Put the balls on a baking sheet and bake them for 15 minutes. 
  9. Let the cool. Don't pick them up when they're  still hot, because then they will fall apart


14. 11. 11

This recipe gave me the idea to begin for this foodblog. We bake or cook something special on a regular basis here. The problem is that considering diets and avoiding diabetes. A great solution is giving it away. My parents live too far away but my boyfriend's parents or his colleagues at work are regularly suprised with baked goods. 

Most excess goes with him to his work. One of his colleagues is in to Spanish cooking, so we decided to try making cupcakes with a Spanish twist.

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14. 10. 14


Burgers, If I mention this to my preschoolers, all they think about is McDonalds or Burger King. They start a debate about what toys are in the happy meals or how many Big Mac's their dad can eat. I could give a plea about good food for young children, but this blog isn't about that.

 When I hear the word Burger, I have vastly different associations. My thoughts jump to my father's burger. My mom worked as an on call nurse. Often it happened that my mom suddenly had to start at 3pm on saterday. Well, what does that mean? My dad had to find a way to feed my brother and me. We never went to McDonalds unless we really had to. Like when we came back from a holiday, but usually we went for takeout chinese. 

But there is and always was one problem, my dad doesn't like cooking and baking even less. Because baking as you know creates a mess, which is so troublesome...... But still there's one thing my dad really know how to make, his burgers, 10 times as healty as McDonalds hamburgers and a way more delicious.I never realy asked him about how he got the recipe, but I'm afraid knowing would spoil the nostalgia. 

for my first blogpost i wanted to take it a stap further than just a store bought burger with some vegetables. So I decided to make my own burgers using my dad's old recipe. 



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15. 01. 23


Garlic clove
Olive oil


300 grams
1 tsp
1 tsp
1 Tsp
1 tbsp


  1. Cut the prok into cubes
  2. Put it in a bowl and mix all the spices  and 2 tbsp of olive oil together 
  3. Cover with foil and let it marinate for at least 2 hours, but anything up to 2 days is fine
  4. Take the meat out of the fridge
  5. Heat a little olive oil in the pan. 
  6. Fry the pork over high heat. Now that the crust is crispy turn to low heat and cook for 3-5 min.


15. 01. 23


Panko breadcrumbs
Chestnut Mushrooms
Olive Oil
Unsalted Butter
Garlic powder
Lemon juice
Salt and pepper


2 tbsp
250 grams
3 tbsp
60 grams
2 tbsp
1 tsp
1.5 tbsp

  1. Preheat oven to 200 degrees
  2. Heat the olive oil in the pan and cook the mushrooms cap-side down ( 3 minutes )
  3. Put the mushrooms in a cooking dish with the stalks facing up wards
  4. Mix in a bowl the butter, garlic, thyme, lemon juice and seasoning
  5. Put on every mushroom some butter and panko
  6. Bake for 15 minutes in the oven. 


15. 01. 04


For 3 - 4 persons


Minced meat ( beef )
Shawarma herbs
Sundried tomato tapenade
Parsley dried
Davory pie dough 
300 grams
2 cloves
1.5 tablespoon
1.5 tablespoon
2 tabelspoons
10 sheets
  1. Thaw the dough and heat the oven to 200 degrees
  2. Press the garlic
    Put a pan on the stove and heat it
  3. Put the chopped garlic, tapenade and the spices in the pan with the minced meat.
  4. Put 1/1.5 tablespoon of the minced meat on the dough. Fold the dough.
  5. Leave enough space between the empanadas on the baking sheet. They will grow in the oven. 
  6. Bake 15 minutes.
15. 01. 04


Dark chocolate
Sundried Tomatoes
Bread of your choice


75 grams ( 70%)
250 grams
3 strips
180 grams
75 grams


  1. Melt the chocolate au bain marie.
  2. The cheese has to be creamy, so put it out of the fridge early. At the cheese to the chocolate not the other way around. Mix the chocolate witch the cheese. Cool it down.
  3. Make the sandwich. First the chocolate, then the ham and the tomatoes. Put the arugula on top