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Brownie cookies

Ingredients: 70g butter 200g dark chocolate 2 eggs 100g brown sugar 1/2 tsp baking powder 1/2 tsp vanilla paste 3 tbsp Schär Mix C flour 2 tbsp cocoa powder + sea salt for sprinkling Method: Melt the dark chocolate and the butter. Whisk the eggs with the sugar into the foam. Slow down the speed on the mixer and add the melted dark chocolate, butter…

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Skonsi

Skonsi se istorijski vezuju za Škostsku, Irsku i Englesku. Negde se vode kao Škotski brzi hleb, dok ga drugi izvori  vezuju za kraljevske porodice i čaj u 5. U početku su se pravili sa ovsom, ali danas je ovas zamenilo obično pšenično brašno. U našem bezglutenskom slučaju, ovas je zamenilo Schär Mix B brašno, mešavina za hleb. Moderne verzije ovog kolača uključuju dodavanje suvog grožđa,…

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Peanut butter bars

Bars or cookies, pralines, sweets .. it is hard to decide because it looks like all of it. Lately, I’ve been more in the mood for simple and quick recipes. Since I am nine months pregnant, staying longer in the kitchen makes me exhausted a lot. This is one of those recipes that you will make in record time, the only thing is that you…

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Macarons

How to start this post to not be the same as any other posts about macarons. I don’t think there is a person in the world who didn’t fail first time. They seem so light and simple, but when you start making them, you lose hope with each next step you take. I thought it was impossible for me, who make new recipes every day,…

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Bounty chocolate bars

Chocolate bras and candies are always great challenge in the kitchen. Although we can go out at any time of the day and buy them in the nearest store, it is still better if we can make them by ourselves. This is a recipe from only 4 ingredients and it is very similar to the original Bounty chocolate bar. Some would say that there is almost…

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Gingerbread

Gingerbread was part of the holiday rituals long before Christmas. Back in ancient Egypt, there was a tradition of making honey cookies. Honey was the only available sweetener. It is also a natural preservative, which allows these cakes to stay fresh for a long time. The tradition of making honey cookies came to Europe from two different directions. One came from Egypt through Greece and…

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Strudel with walnuts and apples

When summer ends with all its refreshing, fruity flavors, beach time and the sun, even thinking  of rain, clouds and temperature drop is getting hard for us. However, already after the first yellow leaf, the smell of green walnuts and ripe quince, we begin to enjoy the magic of this golden season. Autumn has always been a favorite season to me, but not because I adore…

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Urmašice

This summer, Schär introduced the new Mix C – Mix Pâtisserie flour for sweets and cakes. It was an honor to try new flour for our market and write 3 sweet recipes that will be on the packaging of new flour. One of the recipes is this one – Urmašice. Urmašice, a delicacy of oriental origin, is a traditional recipe in Serbia and Bosnia. There are…

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Peach cake

During hot summer days, a light sponge summer cake is all that you need. Soft sponge biscuit, sweet vanilla cream and cold fresh fruit – anyone interested? This is traditional cake in my family. We love to make it almost during whole year. In winter we make it with bananas or preserved fruit such as pineapple, peach etc. In spring there are berries, in summer…

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Gluten free Brownies

Cocoa powder and dark chocolate are very common ingredients in my sweet recipes. When I need something sweet, first thing that comes to my mind is a very chocolate cake, something that will satisfy the sweet hunger but without leaving the guilty taste in your mind. If you have similar desires, then this is a recipe for you. In addition to irresistible taste, this sweets…

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Raspberry cookie cake

We are all familiar with how expensive gluten free products are. Therefore throwing something that we can’t eat to the trash is out of the question. I love cookies without any filling inside or outside the cookie, and I am giving that kind of cookies to my son too. One day I realized that I have a full bowl of opened cookies that nobody will…

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Pumpkin cookies

I am thinking about sweets a lot these days. That is the reason why I am posting much more sweet recipes. Because I am a big fan of sweets, I am trying to make something “not to much sweet” from time to time. Everyone asked me is this sweet or salty cookie. That can tell you a lot of this cookie. It is definitely not one…

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Homemade Nutella

Today when we have an enormous selection of sweets in stores, someone may seem absurd to make homemade Nutella. But for those who have children, I’m sure this idea will not sound bad. My son is a 1 year and 4 months old. We still do not practice giving him industrial sweets, because we think he’s still really small. There are so many other healthier…

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Banana Pie

Since our son started eating solid food, our house is always full of bananas! If I show him the apples he adores and the banana at the same time, you can assume that the banana always wins. That’s why we always have plenty of them. This is also one of the reasons for the creation of this recipe – to spend old bananas because a…

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Pumpkin pralines

Sweet pralines whit no sugar … is it even possible? I am really trying to replace white sugar with some natural sweetness like dates, banana, honey … Of course, there are some recipes which require sugar. In those cases, I put brown sugar. Last few months, since my son started eating solid food, I am avoiding too much sweet recipes. He was the reason and…

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Muffins

Muffins are always a good choise when we are talking about sweets. They are great for any occasion.. picnic, kids birthday, wedding, school break … They are decorative and delicious and great fun in the kitchen. It tooks me quite long to create right recipe, to find perfect combination of ingredients and their amounts. I think that my husband won’t eat muffins ever again, given how…

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Malva pudding

How this love started … Malva pudding It was my best friend bachelor party. Our third friend and I was supposed to organize everything, and the food of course. She insisted to make Malva pudding. I didn’t know what she was talking about, but I said ok. She was constantly talking about it and how amazing taste it has. We started to make it and…

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Gluten free Chocochip cookies

If you are a fan of crispy, chocolate cookies, this is a recipe for you!   Originally, I call these cookies “Rustico  cookies” because of their simple, raff look and the amazing Mediterranean smell of fresh oranges, almonds, and dark chocolate. Not too much sweet, but enough to satisfy all your senses. As you can already guess, this is not ordinary choco chip cookies recipe….

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