Dutch Hangop is a deliciously thick and creamy dessert that is made by straining yoghurt. This yogurt dessert recipe is very popular here in the Netherlands and it is pretty versatile because it can be dressed up with many different toppings such as fruit, nuts and honey.
In addition to being a great dessert, it also makes a good nutritious breakfast. Just throw in a little muesli, drizzle a little honey and top it with some fresh fruit – this is really delicious!
This Dutch Poffertjes recipe is really easy and is guaranteed to go down a storm when you serve them at a party or as a treat for the kids.
They are amazingly versatile and once you have mastered this basic dutch poffertjes recipe, the tasty ingredient combinations and topping ideas are endless! Savoury or sweet? It doesn’t matter, you can serve them with either!
This traditional Dutch Spice Mix Recipe(aka speculaaskruiden or speculaas spices) is so easy to make using ingredients that you probably already have in your store cupboard (if you bake regularly). And with a batch of this on hand, you are set to go with a staple spice mix that is used in many popular Dutch sweet baking recipes.
This traditional Scottish Fruit Loaf Recipe (aka Tea Bread) has got to be one of the easiest ever. It is a cross between bread and cake with a little bit denser texture and rather delicious when spread with butter and served with a nice cup of tea!
Do you want to know how to make delicious smoothies for kids! These fun (and healthy) kid-friendly smoothies are such a great way to sneak extra fruit and veg into your little ones’ diets. With so many possible combinations it’s always possible to find one to include your children’s favourite foods and adapt recipes to suit their personal preferences. Read more