Orange Semolina Cake (Ravani Greek Cake)
Dessert

Orange Semolina Cake (Ravani Greek Cake)

This Greek semolina cake is light, with an intense orange flavor and completely soaked in a honey syrup. I love traveling to other countries through food. Desserts from Greece fascinate me. Phyllo pastries, nuts, and honey. I have a long list of recipes I want to try in the future. This month we are back on […]

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White Chocolate - Raspberry Pie
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White Chocolate – Raspberry Pie

{updated recipe from July, 2012} With a crunchy base, a creamy filling with a hint of orange flavor, this raspberry and white chocolate pie will have your guests daydreaming. I published this recipe on my old blog 6 years ago. Our bushes are full of raspberries right now, so I thought it was time to […]

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Creamy Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge
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Creamy Chocolate Peanut Butter Fudge

This fudge is so creamy. It melts in your mouth. It’s peanut butter heaven. Want more? it’s mixed in only one bowl! What is fudge? Fudge is a creamy but firm candy and its basic ingredients are sugar, milk, and butter. By varying the kind of sugar, replacing milk with cream, butter by other fats, […]

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How to Make Homemade Marshmallows
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How to Make Homemade Marshmallows

Homemade Marshmallows are made with gelatine and a simple syrup. They are fluffy, melt in your mouth little treats. Marshmallows are sweet, spongy desserts. In Bolivia, we have something very similar, so these marshmallows bring a lot of childhood memories. It was sold at the bus terminal next to a bunch of other amazing treats. […]

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No-Bake Dulce de Leche Cheesecake Pie
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No-Bake Dulce de Leche Cheesecake Pie

This No-Bake Dulce de Leche Cheesecake Pie is creamy, melt in your mouth dessert. Wow! This easy peasy cheesecake turned out perfect. Creamy and silky. Not overly sweet. Makes you go for another slice without feeling you are overindulging 😁 I just love cheesecakes ❤ Cheesecakes are creamy, with a crunchy crust. Flavors can vary a lot. You […]

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Koeksusters (South African Donuts)
Bread | Dessert

Koeksusters (South African Donuts)

These South African fritters or donuts (koeksusters) are a little crunchy on the outside and soaked in a delicious cinnamon-ginger syrup. A few months ago I posted this recipe on the Spanish side of this blog. I was participating in a culinary challenge, where a food blogger chooses a country and then we all try […]

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Nutella Stuffed Banana Donuts
Breakfast | Dessert

Nutella Stuffed Banana Donuts

Weekends are for trying new recipes, don’t you think? or at least for baking what we’ll be eating during the coming week. And this week we have plenty of bananas. A problem/blessing that we have very often. I like to let some ripen until they look like they need to be trashed. Those black ones […]

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Tangerine Bread
Bread | Breakfast | Dessert

Tangerine Bread

Spongy, light and with an intense tangerine flavor. We are right in the middle of the citrus season in Paraguay. So many fruits on the floor and on the trees. It seems that we can’t consume everything in the short time they are ripe. We use them in everything that comes to mind; jams, cakes, bread, […]

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Banana mug cake with dulce de leche drizzle
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Banana Mug Cake with Dulce de Leche Drizzle

This banana mug cake with dulce de leche drizzle is light and not overly sweet. Dessert in less than 10 minutes? yes, please! In January of this year I made my first mug cake, and let me tell you, there is no going back! Cake in less than 10 minutes? and just one dish for […]

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peaches and cream sponge cake
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Peaches and Cream Sponge Cake

Spongy and soaked with delicious peach syrup. This cake is pretty enough to be the centerpiece on your Mother’s Day table. This is one of my favorite cakes. Brings back memories of my childhood. My mom used to make something similar for my birthdays, she added a few layers of meringues that really takes it to […]

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