A delicious and refreshing homemade ice cream on hot summer days – this Victorian orange ice cream is dairy-free and easy and fast to make with just 4 ingredients!
This orange ice cream is a Victorian recipe: it was published in The Home Cook Book in 1877. Give the Victorian orange ice cream a try – it’s so creamy and so delicious, it tastes of summer! And you need just 4 ingredients for the homemade orange ice cream: oranges, sugar, water and egg whites! Continue reading Victorian Orange Ice Cream – Dairy-Free→
Candied orange slices are chewy and sweet and so orangey! They’re chrunchy on the outside and chewy on the inside. Candied orange slices are easy to make at home. They look great as cake decoration and are perfect as edible gifts for the holiday season. You can dip them in chocolate or enjoy them on their own with a cup of tea or coffee!
This orange pie is so summery with a creamy orange filling and meringue topping! The orange pie recipe dates back to the 1920s, and the puff paste recipe is even older, it’s from the Victorian era! Continue reading Old-Fashioned Orange Pie Recipe→
Orange liqueur is so easy to make at home. You’ll just need three ingredients: vodka, orange peels and sugar. You can use homemade orange liqueur in cocktails or desserts to replace orange-flavored liqueurs: such as Curacao, Arancello, Grand Marnier, Cointreau and Triple sec. Continue reading Homemade Orange Liqueur→
In this tutorial I’ll show you how to make stars with orange peel. You can make a garland with orange peel stars or use them to decorate your Advent wreath. I’ll use them for a recipe in an upcoming project of my Advent Calendar. So stay tuned!