How does not love Christmas? The most wonderful time of the year!
Portuguese Christmas Doughnuts can be eaten plain, with sugar and cinnamon, or with syrup! At Christmas, it will warm any soul! Try this recipe to give an even bright color to your Christmas table! Have a Warm and Beautiful Christmas! Ingredients: 250mL Water 7 tbsp Olive Oil 150g Flour
Are you in need of something new and sweet? This Sticky - Honey Sauce is just for you!
We love all kinds of food, but Italian and Chinese are definitely our favorites! Not considering Portuguese of course! This dish looks much more complicated than it actually is! Is a combination of very easy steps that you can make in the blink of an eye! Promise! Show us (...)
Oh nuts! Here we go! You can do a lot with them, and each of them are very unique!
It will always be different, depending on which nuts do you love more! This time we did it with pecan nuts! But for you, others can work as well! Quick tip, If you like a more liquid caramel just double the double cream! 🤤 Hope you like it! Ingredients: 6 Oatmeal (...)
Do you love cheese? And spicy food? Okay, so try this 10min easy recipe!
You can do this in 10min, let's set up the chronometer? This recipe is super easy and for cheese lovers is just perfect! It combines a lot of flavors, such as the hotness of the chili, the saltness of the pretzel, and the sweetness of the jam! I'm always making these (...)
An Italian delicacy! To eat plain or with some amazing dips! Amaze your friends and family!
Did we tell you that we love Italy? 😂 😂 😂 You are not reading our blog! 😂 😂 😂 When we went to Italy we had an amazing Tomato Focaccia Bread with Passion Fruit Lemonade! And now was our time to do something to try bringing the Italian spirit back to (...)
Our recipe is done with a simple twist! Check it below!
Ingredients: Half the Glass Size of Aperol Spritz Half the Glass Size of Sparkling Wine Cinzano Pro Spiritz 1 tbsp Sparkling Water 1 Orange Slice 2 Green Olives (Our little twist) 3 Ice Cubes Recipe: 1. In a glass, add ice, half the glass of Aperol, and then the (...)