Cinnamon plums with crumble

If you feel like having something sweet but you are definitley not into making a cake try this one! Cinnamon plums with crumble feel like a homemade cake but in fact are superquick and easy to prepare- IN TWO STEPS ONLY!

Polish krokiety with cheese and champignons

Yesterday I went to the local supermarket thinking what to make for dinner. Then, on the fridge shell I saw a few ready-made items. Let's see, I thought. Ready made pierogi, noodles, curry, krokiety! Yes that was it :) But then, there goes a long list of ingredients which I cannot even pronounce...I was definitely not gonna eat that but I already had the craving for krokiety. I mustn't be that difficult- thin pancakes with stuffing fried in crunchy breadcrunch. Man, it took me two and a half hours to make (probably because it was my first time), but was it worth it? Absolutely! Try out one of the traditional Polish dishes. Often served at Polish weddings along with red borscht soup.

Oreo Cake

Not only for the fans of famous Oreo cookies! Try and share with friends if you love chcolate, cream and cookies :)

Eclairs with vanilla filling

After watching an episode of the Polish edition of Masterchef in which the participants prepared eclairs I thought- well well, I have never made eclairs, how do they make them, anyway? I do not actually remember anybody inviting me and offering homemade eclairs. Indeed, hundreds of times there were cheesecakes, cookies, tarts, poppy seed cakes, and even donuts, but eclairs? My assumption was that you buy eclairs at the bakery...
Well, after conducting short interviews with friends and searching on the Internet I found out that ... people make eclairs! And they are not too difficult to make! So I accepted the challenge and this weekend I baked eclairs ... and they even turned out pretty good :) ... the disadvantage is that they are a bit time-consuming, but if you care about baking at home rather than buying it ready-made from the store ... it's nothing difficult!

Orange Hot Chocolate

Today morning on my way to the supermarket I heard a talk of two ladies: " I have magnesium deficiency...", "And what are you going to do?", "I am taking the magnesuim dietary supplements.". At once I thought about dark chocolate :) It's a rich source of magnesium. It also helps to improve memory, brightens your mind and boosts your energy level. It's also a good way to warm up in cold days. Besides, we cannot allow ourselves to let our magnesium level go rapidly down, can we? :) But seriously, we should not overuse chocolate of course, but today I allowed myself to have a moment of pleasure with a cup of orange hot chocolate. If you've never tried you DEFINITELY should!