Daring Bakers · dessert

Daring Bakers – Karl-Gustav cake, a Prinsesstårta variation

I am a bit late with the post of this month’s challenge, but as the saying goes … better late than never, right? :o) Korena of Korena in the Kitchen was our May Daring Bakers’ host and she delighted us with this beautiful Swedish Prinsesstårta! I never heard of Prinsesstårta before this challenge, even though… Continue reading Daring Bakers – Karl-Gustav cake, a Prinsesstårta variation

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Ile flottante aka Floating Island

A dessert post for a change and a classic amongst my childhood favourites : île flottante or floating island, which is the literal translation and according to wiki also the correct English name. This dessert is sold ready made in the supermarkets, straight out of the factory. Heck, even Weight Watchers has commercialised its own… Continue reading Ile flottante aka Floating Island

Daring Bakers · dessert

Daring Bakers – White chocolate and parsnip cake

At the third attempt, my white chocolate and parsnip cake has finally left the oven in an edible version. Yes ! I think it might need a bit more tweaking as it still came out slightly too moist, but after my many failed vegetable cakes, you won’t hear me complaining (too much). The original recipe… Continue reading Daring Bakers – White chocolate and parsnip cake

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Daring Bakers – Avocado & Granny Smith Soufflé

Ruth from Makey-Cakey was our March 2013 Daring Bakers’ challenge host. She encouraged us all to get experimental in the kitchen and sneak some hidden veggies into our baking, with surprising and delicious results! A failed chocolate zucchini cake: too moist, didn’t rise, … the only thing kind of positive about it was the taste.… Continue reading Daring Bakers – Avocado & Granny Smith Soufflé