The traditional Austrian Monarchy pastries brought together three cousin influences — Austrian, Czech and Hungarian. This unique combination makes Austrian Monarchy pastries outstanding from the other pastries in the world.
A rich, dark and moist Czech cake that is hard to resist. It contains up to 10 unique spices and is covered by dark Dutch chocolate with pistachios nuts and pomegranate on top.
A variation of the classic, Tuscan-born tart, Torta della Nonna. Give this Tuscan tart a delicious twist by adding Baileys, and you have Torta della Zia.
This nutty pistachio cake is incredibly flavourful with a hint of rose water and cardamom. The pink glazing on the top is also delicious.
A classic, Tuscan-born tart, it is one of the most popular and well-known Italian desserts. The top is studded with crunchy almond nuts and dusted with icing sugar.
Try this fabulous roulade with a variation of nuts and honey, finished with a cocoa powder topping.
A traditional Czech Blueberry Soufflé Cake with fresh blueberries is an elegant and light dessert. Absolutely delicious!
Delicious coffee flavoured brownies make for a special sweet treat. Dutch dark chocolate inside brings you a rich experience.
The classic Austrian ‘Guglhupf Cake’ is always a teatime winner, as every bite brings a taste of nostalgia. Share this delicious cake with friends on a Sunday Afternoon Tea.
A classic brown bread made with significant amounts of whole grain flour (usually wheat and rye) and cumin. Should not be missed at any morning breakfast.
A traditional Czech Strawberry Soufflé Cake with fresh strawberries is an elegant and light dessert. Simply heaven!
A simple, yet deliciously sweet and buttery biscuit. Carefully selected Vanilla and the best quality butter are the highlights of this recipe.
Apple cake is adored in Germany, and this moist ‘Apfelkuchen’ with fresh crunchy red apples and caramel glazing as a topping will show you why.
This deliciously moist loaf cake can be enjoyed daily. Its richness lies in ripest sweet bananas.