Maybe you have already guessed from my previous post what this year’s Christmas recipes could be? Starbucks brought back four Christmas beverages this season and I wanted to create a cake recipe for each Red Cup flavor. To make it more fun and festive, I created a cake ball recipe so you can eat and enjoy your favorite Starbucks flavor with your coffee at home.
I have a confession to make: I’m obsessed with candles. I go a bit crazy when buying candles but I also have a problem with burning new candles! I don’t know why it takes me so long getting over myself and actually burning them.
I hope you are spending a lovely day with your families and friends!
I made my very first gingerbread house! I wanted to do one for so long and this year I finally made one. I would love to tell that it was super easy to make it, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. It took me hours, endless batches of icing and I was on the verge of throwing everything away when my house collapsed for the fifth time. But then my boyfriend saved the day as he realized that I built it wrong! Please don’t ask how it possible to build a gingerbread house wrong, but I managed to do just that… All in all it was quite messy but I’m proud of my little house!
Sorry for being so late with this post! The Christmas madness has caught up on me..
Are you ready for silky, smooth chocolate mousse with chestnut purée, topped with a homemade marrons glacés brittle? This recipe is super easy and quick to make. It is great if you need a last minute dessert for your Christmas party. I would recommend filling the mousse in small cups, as it is quite rich and filling. My mom had these beautiful vintage cups that I’ve used.
If you are already bored of classic gingerbread cookies by now, try these soft and chewy gingerbread-spiced cookies with a delicious caramel filling. Trust me they are highly addictive! :)