Fredagen är här och vad passar då inte bättre med nåt lite sött och gott. Något som passar utmärkt till fikat 🙂
Visste inte till en början vad jag skulle kalla dessa små godsaker för nåt, men Blueberry Treats passar ändå väldigt bra så det namnet fick det bli 🙂
It’s Friday and what doesn’t suit better than something sweet and good. Something to serve with the coffee, tea or like we say in Sweden…fika 🙂
I didn’t know what to call these small treats in the beginning, but Blueberry Treats fit pretty good so it had to be that name 🙂
1 paket smördeg
2-3 dl blåbär (fräscha eller tinade)
5 dl marsán/vaniljkräm
Sätt ugnen på 175 grader och ta fram en muffinsplåt.
Rulla ut smördegen och ta en rund liten dessertskål eller en mindre rund form som du kan trycka ut med, något som hjälper dig att få till runda smördegsplattor som passar i muffinsplåten. Det ska bli som små koppar med fyllning i, så det är viktigt att smördegen går runt upp på sidorna.
När du fått smördegsplattorna på plats, lägg då i lite blåbärpå botten i varje form.
Klicka sen i en eller ett par matskedar med vaniljkräm över blåbären och avsluta med att toppa med några blåbär på toppen.
Grädda i mitten på ugnen i 35-40 minuter. Du ser när smördegen runt om har fått en fin gyllende, då är dem klara.
3 ingredient blueberry treats that you can make quickly. Great to serve with a cup of coffee or tea.
Author: Jeanette - Take A Sweet Bite
1,2cupsblueberry (fresh or defrosted)
Preheat the oven to 175 Celsius (347 F) and get a muffin pan.
Roll out the pastry and take a small dessert bowl or a smaller round form that you can press out small pastry plates with. You will make small cups in the muffin pan with the pastry, so it's important that you get pastry up on the sides as well.
Add in the bottom a little blueberry.
Take a tablespoon and add 1-2 spoons of vanilla curd over the blueberries in each pastry cup.
On top add more blueberries.
Let the treats bake in the middle of the oven for 35-40 minutes. You see when the pastry on the sides has a nice golden color, then they are done.
I'm not sure how well this works by using paper muffin cups. You can try if you don't have a muffin pan, but I recommend to use a muffin pan as it is much more steady.
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It’s Monday and if you want to kick-start your week with something sweet, my recipe of White Chocolate Cranberry Cookies can help you with that 🙂
On Friday I had cleaned the house and I felt like baking some nice cookies and as one of my favorite cookies are cookies from the store, that are chocolate chip cookies with white chocolate and cranberries I wanted to try to make my own homemade cookies inspired from those cookies.
These turned out to be amazing and so crunchy yummy!
Start the oven to 175 Celcius (347 F) and prepare two oven trays with baking sheets.
Whisk sugar, vanilla sugar, syrup, egg and the yolk together.
Pour in the melted butter who has cooled down a little and add half of the cup with chocolate buttons and cranberries. You want to have a little to put on top later as well.
Take a separate bowl and mix together the flour, bicarbonate, and salt. Then add the flour mixture and whisk everything together to a firm cookie dough. It can be hard to whisk, so I can recommend you to use a spoon or your hands when you add the flour mixture.
Create small e round balls, like in the size 2,5-3 cm in diameter. Then use two fingers and push in the middle of each ball and make each cookie a little flatter. They don't need to be perfectly round in shape 🙂
To add even more goodies, I recommend using the rest of the chocolate buttons and cranberries and add it to each cookie.
Let the cookies bake in the lower section in the oven for about 10-11 minutes. You want them to get like a slight golden color before you take them out.
Let them cool down on the counter before you move them from the oven tray.
I let my cookies stay in the oven for 12 minutes, but I can recommend you to take them out after 10-11 minutes if you want them to be chewier in the middle. They get crunchy around the corners and chewy in the middle. Sooo delicious!
Perfect tea or coffee cookies 🙂
Which cookies are your favorite?
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Can you believe it, we are 1 day from the Easter holiday and I really looking forward to having a nice family Easter.
This is another holiday where we like to eat…right?! 🙂 We want to make yummy Easter food and eat a lovely dessert. If you are still figuring out what to make for dessert or for a little treat, cause we need something good to serve with the coffee or that the children can enjoy, I may have a great resource for you. I’ve been looking and found some amazing recipes from other food bloggers, so happy that many wanted to contribute to this Easter dessert roundup and give inspiration for amazing ideas for Easter desserts!
Hope your weekend has been good so far. We are having a nice calm family weekend! Love when I can have the weekend off and be home with my family. Sadly, I have this work schedule where I work every other weekend. I really don’t like working like that, but I have to as long as I still working with what I do which is with elderly.
I like to bake time from time and I thought it would be nice to add the category, Bake Recipes on the blog. Cause I think there are many mamas out there who enjoy baking, right? ??
Let’s kick off this Sunday with a lovely, nice and sweet recipe for Snickers Squares. This is great to bake when you crave for something sweet, need something for the family game/movie night, for your kids birthday or it’s an easy recipe to bake with your kids.
Melt butter, sugar, and syrup in a saucepan. Then remove the pan from the hot plate.
Crush cornflakes and mix in the saucepan. Then pour in rice krispies and stir so it all blends together.
Put a baking sheet on a baking pan in the size about 22 × 30 cm (the baking pan I used is 23 × 32 cm). Then pour the batter and spread it evenly. Let it stand and cool for a while.
Break the chocolate into smaller pieces and melt in a water bath.
Then pour the melted chocolate over the cooled snickers batter and spread it evenly over. Put it in the fridge until the chocolate has solidified and then cut it into squares. The amount of snickers squares you get depends on how small or big you choose to do.
These are so delicious and very simple to do, so I hope you’ll try it!