Simple and very easy to make. Instead of whipping cream, you can use sour cream, and you’ll just need to add more sugar, around 200 g total for the cake. Use any nuts that you like. Also, you can bake two different cakes; one light and the other you add cocoa. Before putting the cream on the cake, I like to cut the...Read more
These 'cakes' I've loved since childhood. My family and kids love these as well! Don't be confused, these don't contain any potatoes and are a sweet dessert instead. It's another Slavic dessert dish with many options for cooking, with the addition of biscuits, breadcrumbs or cookies. They are usually in the shape of small potato and light inside...Read more
A favorite recipe from my childhood, this name came from the shape and how it looks when cut into portions this dessert. Delicious sweet dessert that can be prepared in advance and kept in the freezer. Adding nuts isn't necessary if you're allergic to them (or don't like them). Great idea for Christmas!
This cake can also be prepared with any other sour berries. If using sweet berries, add a little lemon juice and zest to the cream....Read more
Both types of sweets are prepared on the basis of condensed milk. Soft and very tasty candy and easy to prepare. 'Beijinho' translates roughly to 'kiss'. To decorate this candy use coconut flakes, but it can be replaced by fine-grained sugar. 'Cajuzinho' translates to 'little cashew'. Although the sweets are made from peanuts, they are decorated with cashew and...Read more