Chocolate Pistachio Cookies

I have a book. A French Bakery book. I’d like to hug it all the time. I have a visual obsession with it! My mom and uncle gave me the book À la mère de famille and since then I’ve wanted to taste all those beautiful sweets! Everything looks so elegant and delicate that I’ve … Continue reading

Peanut Butter & White Chocolate Fudge

This is how I want my year to end. And begin! This is one of the most beautiful things I’ve made. They are fancy, bright and festive. Not to mention their flavor! They have a coconut taste and they’re sweetened with white chocolate. And the tart touch given by the dried cranberries is to die … Continue reading

My First Gingerbread Man Cookies

I’ve never baked or tasted these cookies before… And I love ginger! What a waste of time! This situation couldn’t keep going, so I decided to make Kristin’s recipe from The Pastry Affair because I’ve been reading her blog forever and it was about time to make one of her recipes. I loved these cookies … Continue reading

Turrón (my own way)

I love Spanish traditional Christmas sweets. Polvorones and turrones have been my weakness during the past three years. However, I wanted to try to make my own turrón this year since I’m no longer living in Madrid. I’ve been reading a lot of recipes but they all have a lot of sugar. As my stomach … Continue reading

Chocolate Pancakes

Everyone is preparing the huge Christmas dinner, right? Menu planning, grocery shopping, decorating dinner table, selecting your outfit, cooking… And what about Christmas breakfast? It’s exhausting but fun! These pancakes are the perfect option for chocolate lovers… Guess which was my pancake topping? Again PB and banana! My favorite!   Chocolate Pancakes: 7 pancakes of … Continue reading

Peanut Butter & Jelly Thumbprint Cookies

Today I had my last French conversation class of the year. Actually, I don’t think I’ve told you I’m in French classes, but I am!  I joined the American Women Club in Luxembourg a month ago and it has been great! They offer a lot of activities and I have been dusting off the French … Continue reading