Short but reeealy intense need to make some cheesecakes! That is why, two cheese-recipes coming up :)
Seriously though, there were several things that made me prepare this cheesecake… Firstly, never have I made mascarpone cheesecake sooo… high time :) Secondly, never have I made no baking cheesecake soooo… high time? :) Thirdly, the moment I saw the recipe and the photo presenting this cake, I knew it would be impossible to refrain oneself from making it, not to mention eating it! And finally, all the ingredients were patiently waiting in my kitchen to use them in a reasonable and… yummy way :) Coincidence? Doubtful :)
Oh, and above all, this cake was made to convince an Anti-Cheesecake Lady to cheesecakes in general! Was it successful? I guess it was :)
Toffi Cheesecake is quite creamy and very sweet :)
One piece of it will satisfy your belly for sure :)
If you have a really sweet tooth, this cake is certainly for you!
I’ve just realised there is no Classic Tiramisu recipe on Sarenka… What the…
Need to change it, right now!
My Tiramisu is really soaked… And when I’m saying soaked, I really mean it :) That’s the way we like cakes and desserts here in my family :) The cake should be soft, wet and mouth-watering. And that’s how this Tiramisu is :)
I made the cream without adding whipped egg whites. That is why, it was a bit more dense in its consistency. If you want it to be even more creamy and delicate, just add the whipped whites… and that’s all :)
The pictures may look a bit chaotic. It’s because they were taken in a hurry… Tiramisu started disappearing faster than I expected :)
To me, a perfect choice for Father’s Day :)
We’re changing Sarenka’s profile!
Butcher-like it will be ;)
That would be something, right?
While looking through some recipes on Moje Wypieki, I found information about Dorota’s favourite blog… It made me really curious… That kind of recommendation speaks for itself. I had to check on it!
It turned out that ChilliBite is a really yummy blog.
And the idea of making Chocolate Salami appealed to me the moment I saw it :)
What is more, only after some time did I get to know that this bar is also one of the traditional desserts of Portugal! Isn’t it nice? You know my adoration for this language :)
Well, a real piece of chocolate meat for you :)
That’s what you get when all of a sudden it turns out you have run out of all the necessary ingredients!
Quick improvisation and here it is :)
As promised, green and healthy once again.
This juice is to wake you up and help you to feel more energetic. All thanks to kiwi and its Vitamin C!
So far, three juice recipes I have checked on and no failure nor disappointment :)
Is it possible that all of them are so good..?
See you in April!
My wish is to say goodbye to March in a very healthy way, that is why this post and the next one will offer pure health found in the book I’d mentioned before :)
This juice is a bit thicker than the previous one. I think it can be compared to the consistency of a nectar.
Unfortunately, I didn’t have a fresh pineapple handy so I was forced to use the canned one. It’s possible the juice will be even more delicious if you decide to use fresh fruit only :)
Big thank you to a person who infected me with juicing :)
I don’t drink much water, which is bad for me, I know, I know :) But from now on, I’ll try to catch up with some vitamins by making home-made juices… They’re so so so good!
As I mentioned last time, I bought a really nice book and I’m planning to share all possible tastes that won my heart :)
So… paraphrasing The Beatles, all you need is… a juicer, some fruit and vegetables and… let the power of vitamins be with you!!!
Recently, I’ve received plenty of smoothie recipes.
I even bought a “juicy” book ;)
That clearly means I’ll be testing and tasting… The best recipes are going to appear here :)
To start with, something that looks like hot chocolate… yet, it is neither chocolate nor hot ;)
Healthy and yummy.
All you need :)
Like this popular candy bar. At least the author of the recipe says so :) Personally, I’m not so sure because… I’ve never eaten 3 BIT! :) But if the bar is as good as this cake, no wonder people all over the world like it so much :)
3 BIT cake… Hmmm, what can I say..? It is SWEET! But you know, dulce de leche – sweet, vanilla pudding – sweet and whipped cream… well, it’s not a secret, it’s sweet too :) So the cake is total sweetness :)
And I think I have noticed an interesting thing…I’ve got a complete weakness for cube cakes. All of them I had a chance to make and eat were really really tasty :)
Still in two minds whether to make it or not? Let me tell you another thing – you don’t have to use your oven to make 3 BIT! Now, that is convincing, right? :)
The original recipe you can find here but don’t ask me how long it waited to be made… Because it was too long ;)
If I had known this cake was so easy to be made!
I think what is the most time-consuming about this cake is laying the form with the biscuits ;)
Well, this won’t be a secret if I tell you I changed the original recipe… The thing is, I had to, I really had to… There were some extra products on the shelves waiting to be used ;P You know, priority thing ;P What is interesting is that adding amaretti biscuits gave a completely unexpected combination of flavours – a really good combination, that is :) To tell you, now it’s difficult to imagine this cake could taste in a different way!
If you ask yourself why Grasshopper..? Well, interesting thing again. Apparently, long time ago Filipino cuisine was known for adding real insects to this cake! Total craziness, one may say! But… I think I would be willing to have a go… or have a bite, to be more precise ;P
Below you’ll find the recipe the way I found it.
My alterations are given in the brackets.
Oh, no baking! Isn’t it great? :)