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

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

Healthy Chocolate Chip Cookies – Grain Free

My husband has a weakness for cookies late at night. Usually, after we have dinner we watch some movie or TV show and that’s the cookie-craving-moment for him. TV = Cookies, that’s his premise. As we’re not planning to stop watching our favorite TV shows (by the way, we’re still mourning Breaking Bad) I’ve been … Continue reading

Coffee Pumpkin Biscotti

To be honest, I started to drink coffee just because it felt cozy. It was all about the coffee-moment. When I was a little girl, my mom, sister and older cousin chatted for hours drinking coffee. I knew I had to learn how to drink it to really be part of these coffee get-togethers. I … Continue reading