Tarte tropézienne, also known as “La Tarte de Saint-Tropez”, is a famous french dessert pastry. It was created in 1955 by Polish confectioner Alexandre Micka, a pâtisserie owner in Saint-Tropez, where he moved just after the war. Micka adapted his grandmother’s
Have you tried the rhubarb fritters? Rhubarb fritters are such a go-to recipe this spring! Only if you are a fan of rhubarb, of course ;). Make sure to sprinkle with icing sugar before serving.
In Poland, pączki are eaten on Fat Thursday (Tłusty Czwartek) in February to mark the last Thursday before Lent fasting begins. Pączki are made from especially rich dough containing a lot of eggs, butter, sugar, yeast and milk. Traditionally, they are filled
Apples coated in pancake batter – a childhood memory :). Yummy! This recipe is from a 30-year-old culinary book, so these flavours are classic and worth looking back at. A perfect afternoon dessert and a way to get rid of winter apples from the pantry ;).
Mini doughnuts stuffed with whipped cream and strawberries. Coated in sugar. They’re half the size of traditional doughnuts but don’t worry, the whipped cream with strawberries really fills you up ;-).
The best pumpkin and apple racuchy! You can also call them Polish-style pancakes. An addition of the yeast in this recipe creates super thick and fluffy pancakes. No eggs are added to the recipe because I didn’t feel that they were needed – the pumpkin puree