Klejner

Klejner – Deep fried Christmas cookies!

Klejner is a Danish traditional Christmas cookie that you deep fry in palm or coconut oil. It is a fairly easy recipe with a twist, literally You roll out the dough, cut the diamond shapes and a hole in the middle, then you twist it as we will show you … Continue Reading →


Liver pate

Liver Pâté with Thyme and Orange

In Ayoe’s family it is tradition to eat liver pâté around Christmas time (and also some other times a year). We make it either from lamb or pig liver, or do a mix of both. In this recipe we use pig liver, but you can substitute as you like. If … Continue Reading →


Risalamande

Risalamande – Rice porridge dessert with Cherry and Raspberry Sauce

The most yummy Christmas dessert you will ever find This dessert has a French name, however it is completely Danish of origin. It is made from the left over Risengrød – rice porridge that Ayoe’s family eats the evening before Christmas. Then they, as most other Danish families, make risalamande … Continue Reading →


Risengrød

Risengrød – Sweet Rice Porridge with Cinnamon-sugar

Every year for Christmas in Ayoe’s family Risengrød is served the night before Christmas (Dec. 23rd in Denmark) with cinnamon-sugar and a lump of butter that just melts in the hot porridge. Uumm! The porridge has been a tradition in Danish Christmas for many years since the beginning of the … Continue Reading →


Fig and Walnut cookies

Walnut and Fig Christmas Cookies!

We just love Christmas because it is a wonderful time of year and it means more “hygge” (coziness) and more yummy food and treats. We have been playing around with different flavours of the well known White Christmas Cookies recipe and came up with this delicious flavour. Walnut and Fig … Continue Reading →


Acorn Squash Soup with Kale and Bacon

Acorn Squash Soup with Kale and Bacon

Fall is coming and that means lots of pumpkin and squash recipes. This one is great with those early acorn squash. They are a bit smaller than other pumpkins, but have a great taste and mixed with kale and apples, you’ll have a lot of amazing flavours in this soup. … Continue Reading →


Pasta with homemade Pesto

Pesto sauce with Basil

Buying pesto is usually pretty good, but imagine making your own!!! From your own homegrown basil!! Wow and yum! It is perfectly fine to play around with the ingredients and add other flavours too your pesto, but this is a basic recipe that we often make and love to add … Continue Reading →


spice bars

Spice Bars

Spice bars are an easy and healthy snack for you and your children. Bring it on trips, long or short, to stay energized and focused. It provides great nutrition and is much healthier than sugary snacks ☺ Feel free to play around with your favourite ingredients and make it your … Continue Reading →


Popsicles

Keep Cool in the Summer!

What do you do when it is burning hot outside and you are trying to keep your kids and yourself cool? Simple! You make your own popsicles! All you really need is popsicle molds of whatever kind you like. You can even make your own out of small yogurt containers. … Continue Reading →


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Chicken Goat Cheese Roulade

Want to try chicken a new and different way? Make a chicken roulade with your favourite ingredients. We have chosen a goat cheese and herb chicken for this recipe, but you can put more or less anything from nuts, seeds, dried fruits, cheeses to spreads of different kinds in it. … Continue Reading →