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Nama Chocolate is a traditional japanese sweet that is quite popular on valentines day.
I was lucky enough to try it while in Japan, and booi is it yummy!
You've got the creamy sweet ganache on the inside and the extremely bitter matcha coating on the outside, and together they're an absolutely delicious pair!
I live part-time in the US and part-time in Sweden and every Christmas my mother-in-law makes Knäck and we sit around the kitchen sucking on these Swedish toffees. She makes her quite hard so they're good for sucking on but they may rip your teeth out if you chew! ;)
This is my families traditional Christmas cookie recipe that we’ve used ever year for as long as I can remember! We make yummy cookies and then decorate them with lots of frosting and sprinkles. These cookies are definitely one of the best things about the holiday season.
This Pavlova is a traditional New Zealand Christmas dessert, and it is also my favourite! It was named in honour of the Russian ballerina, Anna Pavlova. And one hotel Chef in 1929 in Wellington, New Zealand who was inspired by the touring ballerina and created a dish with clouds of meringue to mimic her tutu and kiwifruit slices were copying the green roses that were into her costume. I hope you like it!
Glühwein, or mulled wine is a staple on german Christmas markets. Most of the time red wine is used to prepare it. But my husband and I are from wine growing regions, which means an abundance of white wines. It is not very surprising that there is a variation that uses white wine for mulled wine. It is easy to make at home. So why not make a lockdown version of it. Make some mulled wine, decorate your balcony with fairy lights and play some Christmas crooners while sipping your white mulled wine bundled in your coat and scarf and enjoying the crisp air outside on your balcony.
With all the yummy desserts and baking in the cold season, I thought it might be nice to share my recipe for vanilla sauce. Vanilla sauce goes so beautifully with lots of desserts, and adds just the little extra ooomph, right? The combination of starch and yolks makes it foolproof and uncomplicated.
And as there always is a scraped out vanilla bean left behind, I decided to add the way I make all my vanilla sugar as well. Have fun baking and creating!
My Great Grandmom used to make these pizzelles in huge batches every year around the holidays. She would wrap them up in little plastic bags and give them out to everyone in my family. I love these pizzelles, they always remind me of family and home. I hope you can make this recipe and enjoy these pizzelles with your families as well!