Welcome to the Sew It Cook It Craft It Link Party! 😀 I’m excited what you’ll be sharing today! Continue reading Sew It Cook It Craft It – Link Party #59
Cherry yogurt ice cream – a refreshing dessert on hot summer days! This cherry yogurt ice cream with homemade candied cherries is dairy-free and made without raw eggs!
This cherry frozen yogurt ice cream is so delicious – creamy, sweet and refreshing – and made completely from scratch! It’s basically a vanilla custard with homemade vanilla sugar, soy yogurt and homemade candied cherries. Continue reading Cherry Yogurt Ice Cream – Dairy-Free, No Raw Eggs
These homemade candied cherries are quick and easy to make – and they taste much better than the store-bought kind! The candied cherries are made with fresh cherries, not canned cherries or maraschino cherries.
I love candied cherries – but the store-bought ones have such an unnatural color and doesn’t taste like cherry at all! After making candied lemon and orange peel and candied orange slices I thought I’d give homemade candied cherries a try.
And they turned out delicious and I never would’ve thought that candied cherries can be made so quickly and easily at home! All you need for these homemade cherries is pitted cherries, sugar and water. Some candied cherry recipes say to let the cherries soak for up to 14 days in simple syrup but this recipe is quicker: the candied cherries can be done in 1 hour! Continue reading Candied Cherries Recipe – Quick, Easy & Delicious
This homemade cherry pie is so delicious – with a flaky, buttery pie crust from scratch, homemade cherry filling and marzipan crumble on top!
Cherries are not my favorite fruit but this cherry marzipan pie is so yummy! I baked the pie in a large 12-inch (30cm) pie plate that I found while clearing out grandma’s house (more of grandma’s antique treasures on my instagram account). So maybe you’ll have to reduce the amount of dough and cherry filling if you use a regular 9-inch (24cm) pie plate. Continue reading Homemade Cherry Pie
This homemade pie crust is easy to make with just three ingredients: flour, butter and sugar. Use it for fruit pies and cream pies. Shortcrust pastry pie crust – the only recipe you’ll ever need!
This recipe is a popular German pie crust recipe. The pie crust from scratch is so easy to make: You need just 3 ingredients – 1 part sugar, 2 parts butter and 3 parts flour.
And if you have pie crust leftover, you can turn them into delicious cookies! Continue reading Easy 3 Ingredient Pie Crust
Juneberry pie tastes a bit like plum pie but so much better! It’s one of the best fruit pies I’ve ever made!
Juneberries are also called saskatoon and serviceberry. They are edible and so delicious! Juneberries are sweet, fruity and not too sour: They are delicious raw, in pies, jams, muesli and they freeze well. You can harvest juneberries in June: They look like plum-colored mini apples or blueberries and grow on shrubs and small trees.
You only need 4 ingredients for this homemade juneberry pie from scratch: Flour, butter and sugar for the shortcrust pastry and juneberries as pie filling. Juneberries make a delicious pie filling and they are so sweet that you don’t need additional sugar! Continue reading Juneberry Pie – Easy, From Scratch, 4 Ingredients
Welcome to the Sew It Cook It Craft It Link Party! 😀 I’m excited what you’ll be sharing today! Continue reading Sew It Cook It Craft It – Link Party #58
Rich, creamy, decadent – this homemade banana pudding from scratch will leave you craving for more!
This banana pudding from scratch is made with real bananas. No artificial banana flavoring or banana liqueur needed! The banana pudding is egg-free and you can make it vegan if you use soy milk. I can’t eat dairy so I used soy milk but you can use real milk if you want – I bet it tastes just as good! Continue reading Banana Pudding From Scratch – Egg-Free, Dairy-Free, Vegan
Victorians and Edwardians were fond of traveling. ‘The Grand Tour’ – a travel through European countries – was a popular travel to finish the education of wealthy young adults. Italy and Greece were the most popular travel destinations, and some even traveled to the Far East! The advent of the railroad and steamships in the Victorian era made traveling much easier. In the Victorian era, there were already unchaperoned traveling women, such as Ida Pfeiffer – the travel blogger of the Victorian era! 😉 Continue reading Victorian & Edwardian Travel Accessories
After sharing the Top 30 Most Popular Posts of my blog, I’m now sharing my first instagram roundup: the 25 most liked Instagram pictures of 2017.
2017 was my first year on instagram. There were ups and downs – sometimes I hated it 😉 – but now it’s one of my favorite social media platforms because instagram is such a great way to connect with like minded people.
My 25 Most Liked Instagram Pictures Of 2017
Thank you so much for every like, every comment and every follow! 😀 It means so much to me!
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