desserts


Finally! Here come delicious gluten-free and sugar-free cookies! It took quite a few experiments, but now I know that buckwheat flour is nutty and slightly bitter and sticks well whilst the coconut flour is sweet and fragrant as well as … Read more…


Apparently, it’s going to be one of the hottest Junes on record. Although as soon as I mentioned it at work, I was quickly reminded that we hear it every single year, and it’s always ‘apparently’. I think, apparently, the … Read more…


It’s a strawberricious weekend! A few months ago someone asked me about one food I could not go without. My answer, without hesitation and to their surprise was: tomatoes! Oh yes, I could have tomatoes in all forms: fresh as … Read more…


The best things in life are often the simplest ones. We tend to spend so much time and effort trying to come up with complicated plans, complex solutions and convoluted concepts, whilst the answer to many problems is often just … Read more…


One year ago was a very magical day. One year ago we celebrated our love with closest family and friends. One year ago we said ‘Yes, I do’ to each other. It hasn’t changed anything between us, but then we … Read more…


Continuing with the picnic theme and with the jars theme, it’s time for a dessert! May is the month for rhubarb, which always reminds me of my beloved granny and the desserts she used to prepare for us, from rhubarb … Read more…


Just a very quick and pretty unplanned post this time. Given that going back to work after long weekend also meant coming back to a new desk and new work neighbourhood (an office-wide desk move at work over weekend) I … Read more…


Can you eat a cake and have it? Not so sure about that. What I do know is that you can have a delicious triple chocolate tartlets that are light, full of wholemeal produce and fresh fruit. Looking appetising, tasting … Read more…


It’s a Pancake Day! In Poland we celebrate Fat Thursday, (which is the Thursday before the Shrove Tuesday, or technically the last Thursday before the lent period) which in principle is quite similar to Germany’s Schmotziger Donnerstag and Hungary’s Torkos … Read more…


I’m so excited about the upcoming winter holidays! Hoping for plenty of snow on the slopes that will act as a cushion for any falls and make them a little bit more fun. As we pack up, I’m also packing … Read more…