Since a lot of us are still in lockdown, and going out to eat and seeing a movie for Valentine’s Day is not an option, I wanted to share a Valentine’s dessert recipe that you can make with your partner, family, or even for yourself.
To followup my Valentine’s Day Gift Guide: Under £15/$20 post, I wanted to share a Danish dessert recipe for æbleskiver that is served with strawberries and whipped cream.
AD – PR Product | It is already feeling like winter here, but before the cold months come in full force, I wanted to take a moment to appreciate the remaining days of autumn and one of my favorite things – pumpkins.
To follow-up my Vegetarian Danish Lunch Smorrebrod Recipe, I wanted to share my take on a popular Danish dinner dish, frikadeller with potatoes. Frikadeller are pan-fried meatballs that can be made with beans, lentils, quinoa, potatoes, corn, cauliflower, or other vegetables. Along with potatoes, frikadeller is often served with red cabbage, peas, carrots, cucumbers, or broccoli. In this version of frikadeller, they are made using chickpeas and mushrooms and served with potatoes, corn on the cob, and a parsley sauce.
AD – PR Product | Smørrebrød is a popular Danish lunch that consists of a slice of rugbrød (rye bread) topped with meat slices and garnishes. I wanted to share my take on smørrebrød by sharing 3 vegetarian recipes featuring spices from Spice Way.
Earlier this week my daughter stayed home from kindergarten and we made matcha macarons and I wanted to share the recipe!
Last night it finally started snowing, and this morning there was a good amount of snow. To get in the festive spirit, I thought it would be a perfect day to make a Christmas dessert.