Recipe: Grandma’s Apple Pie

This apple pie recipe is extra special as it’s the recipe that Rody received from his mother who received it from his grandmother. It’s an easy recipe to make, preparing the apples takes some time but other than that it’s actually pretty quick too. We will share some tips for variations on this recipe at the bottom of the post.

Recipe: Fattoush

Fattoush is a fresh salad with fresh herbs combined with some crispy pieces of bread. You can eat it as a full meal or as a side dish. Another plus to this dish is that it's really easy to make (this was made in under 15 minutes!).

Quick Tiramisu

This recipe is an easy version of tiramisu, however, the taste really impressed us and our friends. We made this tiramisu recipe for a night with friends and we all loved it! So if you're still in need of a great dessert for Christmas and you don't know what you're going to make yet, here you go!

Christmas Dessert Recipe: Pavlova

With Christmas, we like to make a grand dessert at home and Pavlova is a good possibility for being a part of that composition. Pavlova is a dessert to impress with, it's actually not all that difficult to make, but it looks gorgeous! Today we will share this delicious recipe with you. Making the meringue takes most of the time, the good thing is that you can make this part a few days before you'll need the dessert.

Recipe: Speculaas (Ginger Bread)

Speculaas is a cookie that is mostly eaten in the Netherlands and Belgium as well as some other parts of Europe. In the Netherlands we eat it around November/ beginning of December due to a local celebration called Sinterklaas. This cookie tastes of cinnamon, nutmeg, cardamom and other winter-like flavors.

Recipe: Pear Cheesecake (with cottage cheese)

This cheesecake consists of cottage cheese, which is healthier than the regular version of cheesecake. In the Netherlands, we even have a different name for this type of pie, namely a kwarktaart (literally translated as cottage cheese pie). Usually, it’s made with strawberries, however, this time we made it with a fruit that’s currently in season: Pear!

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