Traditionally in France the first cake to make with your kids is a simple French Yoghurt Cake. It is very easy for children as there is no scale involved, no big numbers which often put them off recipes or cooking. All you need is an individual pot of plain natural yoghurt which you will use … Read More
This is our selection of delicious desserts from the most simple to the most intricate. All of them have one thing in common: they taste great! Every single one of them has been made several time, the recipes are thoroughly tested and approved by the whole family!
Far breton is a classic French dessert originating from Brittany. It is called farz forn in the local language which means wheat in the oven. It used to be a very simple and affordable dessert made of roughly ground wheat and milk. Later, raisins or prunes were added. Nowadays, it is common to … Read More
This is a special dessert, dear to my heart, and palate... I use my Magimix Cook Expert to make it but you can do it the traditional way. The vast advantage of using a thermo-machine (Thermomix also, or Tefal Cuisine companion, or KitchenAid Cook processor or any machine I studied HERE) is that you … Read More
Financiers are the same type of little cakes as friands. They are almond based tea party kind of delights :) Fancy French Pistachio Financiers are not rectangular as they usually are. I used fancy moulds to make them a bit different. These silicon moulds are easy to find these days, online or in … Read More
We had a fantastic pear season this year in Australia. Pears were pretty and very sweet. This gave me the opportunity to experiment with a few tartelettes recipes. These pear woven tartelettes are my final and most accomplished version. I couldn't resist but attempt a still life with these … Read More