Try this recipe for delicious carrot cake!

Carrot cake is one of the favourite cakes in UK. Also, outside the British islands, carrot cakes gained popularity and can be bought in cafe, bakery or regular shops. The main ingredient of the cake are, of course, carrots. But the mix of nuts and spices make the carrot cake a perfect treat for afternoon…

Are you addicted to coffee? Check it!

Many people start their day with a mug coffee. It provides us with energy and is tasty. However, too much coffee has also negative effects. If you can’t imagine your day without even a small cup, it can mean that you are addicted. Coffee is a very popular beverage in all over the world. Millions…

American Pancakes for vegans and not

Originated from America. Well-known and loved by everyone. Tasty and easy. Good for breakfast, lunch or dinner. Served with syrup, fruits or powder sugar. Yes, I’m talking about pancakes! Although it’s a common knowledge to believe that pancakes come from America, it’s proved that Greeks and Romans have consumed them. Over the last century pancakes…

Hot days? Try this frozen yogurt recipe!

Hot days can finish us off. Frozen yogurt is a good alternative if you are diabetics, watch your waistline or just want to try something new than just ice creams. Frozen yogurts appeared on the market in 1980. In the recent years, they have gained popularity as a healthier alternative to ice creams. It contains…

Good Mornin’ Granola!

“Good mornin’, good mornin’” sang Gene Kelly in Singin’ in the Rain. But what does a good morning mean without a good breakfast? Granola is a perfect breakfast for those who have enough of boring cereals for breakfast. This delicious and consists of rolled oats, nuts, dried or fresh fruits and honey or other sweeteners….

Quick and Tasty #4

Chocolate Cupcakes Quick and tasty to make can be not only the main dishes or sandwiches, but also desserts! Word “cupcake” could scare off a lot of young adults since it sounds like it would be quite complicated to make, however, it’s the complete opposite! In this edition, we present you the easily made, but…

Quick and Tasty #3

Chicken Burger Preparing a burger might seem like a lot of work, but actually it’s the opposite! Delicious chicken burger, prepared in under 20 minutes, features in the third edition of our Quick and Tasty week! Skim through the recipe and dig in! The Recipe Preparation 20 minutes Serving 1 person Ingredients 1 chicken breast…

Quick and Tasty #2

Chicken Mac and Cheese Mac and Cheese is one of the most popular American home-made dishes, since it is very easy to make and tastes wonderfully. Today in the second edition of “Quick and Tasty” we are presenting you the “advanced” Mac and Cheese recipe, which includes chicken. It is still a simply made dish,…

Quick and Tasty #1

Potato pancakes One of the first reality-hits for almost every freshman student who just left their beloved home and started coping with the real-world situations of living alone, with one of the main ones being learning to cook. Added to constant lack of time because of studying and outdoors’ activities, but the remaining wish to…

French fries

Having been originated from Belgium, but generally referred to as invented in its neighbouring country, French fries is something almost whole world longs for, even though its preparation could not be easier. French fries are served hot, either soft or crispy, and are generally eaten as part of lunch or dinner or even merely as…

Fried ice cream

FRIED ICE CREAM RECIPE Although stories can vary on the origin of fried ice cream, you are more likely to find this crispy-cold treat in Asian and Mexican restaurants as both nationalities want to appropriate the recipe, which we can understand since it is so tasty! Fried ice cream is a dessert made for people…

Lavender Ice Cream

Lavender Ice Cream If you want a hint of spring during summer and feel like you’re having a floral scent at the lavender fields of South of France, then this ice cream flavor in the way to go. You will go on holidays only by the means of a spoon. Another alternative can be violet…

5 tasty recipes for Chocolate lovers

Chocolate For about 4000 years ago, chocolate was more considered as a bitter beverage rather than as a sweet treat. Evidence have been found that chocolate was produced by pre-Olmec cultures living in present-day Mexico in the early 1900 B.C. They first cultivated cacoa plants found in the tropical rainforests of Central America, roasted and…

Waffel iron

The earliest waffle irons are from the 14th century and were originated in countries like French and Belgium in western Europe. Those waffle irons were attached to tongs with wooden handles and to heat them they were held over an open flame, or set on a stove. In the 19th century, the design of waffle irons changed so…

Pineapple

Pineapple Pineapple is said to be originate from the area between southern Brazil and Paraguay In South America. Christopher Columbus brought pineapples back to Europe after an expedition to South America. Because the fruit was rare in the United States, pineapple was served only on special occasions, so it became a symbol of hospitality. Nowadays people…

Strawberry parfait

Parfait is originated in France and is a traditional French dessert. The oldest known recipe dates back to 1894. The word Parfait is a French word which means simply ´perfect´. In France parfait refers to a frozen dessert made from a base of sugar, syrup, egg and cream but the American parfait includes more ingredients…

Pralines

It’s believed the praline was created by Chef Clement Lassagne in the early 17th century, which was employed by master Maréchal du Plessis-Praslin. The candy got it´s name from Lassange´s master where the word praline is derived from the name Praslin. Chef Lassagne’s original praline combined almonds, not pecans, and a caramelized coating.  French settlers brought the recipe…

Chocolate éclair

Chocolate éclair Éclair is an oblong pastry with whipped cream or custard filling. Not much is known about the origin of it, but it is known to have originated in France. The first known recipe for éclairs appears in the Boston Cooking School Cook Book by Mrs D.A Lincoln, published in 1884. Many food historians…

Appel Strudel

Appel Strudel Appel Strudel or Apfelstrudel is a typical and beloved Austrian dessert. Appel Strudel is believed to have originated during the Austro-Hungarian Empire that ruled around 1867-1918. Though it originates from Austria and aswell is their national dish this pastry is enjoyed by many countries across Europe. Traditionally it has a filling of grated…

Fudge

History of Fudge The most convinsing claim of fudge origins lies in a letter from 1886 written by Emelyn Battersby Hartridge, a student at Vassar College in New York. Before that time the origin of fudge is unclear. In this letter Emelyn wrote that her schoolmate’s cousin had been trying to make carmel but the…