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This is my favourite cake, it’s just so comforting to eat for some reason, and easy to bake! I keep trying to add a little twist here and there to keep it interesting though. I love the taste of banana with spices like cinnamon and cloves and adding coffee makes a change too. The nuts give a bit of texture.
What to take for a breakfast? [Milky] Coffee [with a book] first! But then, there are choices that I love the most, croissants with confiture, or eggs with becon, or donnuts with cream, or toasts with butter. Whaterver! - Morning should be just lovely, tasty and colorful.
After my tea post, I felt coffee deserved one of its own. My favourite thing about coffee is the fact that just the idea of it sends me to a cozy place inside. It doesn't need company of another dish. Coffee itself is company.
Creating an illustration for this recipe was so fun! I'm currently missing Savannah (where I attend school), and there is this coffee shop I would always get lavender latte's at. So, while quarantined, I thought it would be a fun treat to recreate it at home! This recipe will be sure to soothe and warm your insides!
Tiramisù the most famous and copied Italian dessert
terribly simple and terribly delicious
two (but if you are really brave also three) layers of savoiardi biscuits soaked in coffee covered with a sweet cream cheese blanket made of mascarpone, eggs and lightly flavored with marsala (because everything is better gently tipsy)
everything sprinkled with cocoa powder to remember that life it's also bitter
Who doesn't love Italian coffee and treats?!
This design features a few of my favorites: Gelato, Biscotti, Latte, Macchiato, Cappucino, Mocaccino, Espresso Doppio, Pizzelle, Caffe Romano, Bomboloni, Affgogato al Caffe, Caffe Shakerato, Torta Caprese...
Time to book my next trip to Italy!
Recipe for "Limburgse Koekjeskoek", originates from the most southern province of The Netherlands (Limburg). Funny translated as Koekjeskoek, but correctly translated as a cake of biscuits. Drawn with mixed media (colorpencils, copic markers, ecoline and fineliners).