Gluten Free Vanilla Cookies

Christmas time is here! So time for some Christmas baking has come. First up, some delicacies for all celiacs. Gluten free vanilla cookies it is. And it is vegan friendly, too. What you need (aprox 16 cookies) 80g margarine 100g sugar 1 teaspoon vanilla extract dash of salt 1 spoon almond milk 200g gluten freeContinue reading “Gluten Free Vanilla Cookies”

Lemon Kitty Cookies (Gluten Free)

Christmas cookies part 2. Now we are making some treat for our celiac fellas without any gluten. What you need (20-30 cookies) 100g butter 75g sugar dash salt 1 egg yolk 140g gluten free flour 1 small spoon lemon extract How you do it Put all ingredients together in a bowl and knead. The doughContinue reading “Lemon Kitty Cookies (Gluten Free)”

Sablée Breton

Perhaps the most versatile French cookie dough ever. Starting from simple cookies or small cakes and ending up with large and fancy tarts. The Sablée Breton can be used to make almost everything when it comes to desserts ands sweet treats. What you need 90g soft butter 65g icing sugar 1 egg (small size) 20gContinue reading “Sablée Breton”

Economy Domestic – QANTAS

I did never expect to get on a short haul flight a box with some snaks that would really surprise me. But Qantas did surprise me. Stats: Airline: QANTAS Flight(s): QF 540 (11/04/2018) Itinerary: SYD – BNE Aircraft: Boeing 737-800   What I had: Something Sweet or something savoury? BOTH!!! The Byron Bay Snack Box!Continue reading “Economy Domestic – QANTAS”

Christmas Almond Cookies

Christmas time, cookie time. Yes having grown up in Germany practically obliges you to make typical German Christmas cookies. What you need  3 egg yolks 350g cold butter 200g sugar 4 spoons vanilla extract 200g grounded almonds (or 100g grounded almonds and 100g grounded hazelnuts) 1/4 teaspoon baking soda 400g flour How you do itContinue reading “Christmas Almond Cookies”

Christmas Hazelnut Cookies

Gosh…this time I am quite late to post the first Christmas recipe. It is December 11th and everybody is already in the Christmas rush. So, I guess I get started with the first time. This time we feature a traditional German recipe for typical Christmas cookies or also known as “Plätzchen”.   What you need:Continue reading “Christmas Hazelnut Cookies”