Recipe for Christmas goodness

Today I shared some pictures on Instagram of my baking-cookie-process, and not least the result afterwards.

One asked for the recipe, and here it is, in case anybody feels the need to bake something yummy.


300 grams of butter
150 grams of icing sugar
400 grams of flour
2 eggs
I teaspoon baking powder
2 teaspoons vanilla sugar
50 grams of finely cut almonds
50 grams of finely cut dark chocolate

Knead, knead and knead. For ages. Until its a nice textured dough.
Add more flour if needed.

Roll it out flat.

Roll out 400 grams of marcipan with some icing sugar.

Place the marcipan piece on top of the cookie dough. Roll it together.

Cut it in smaller pieces and roll it smaller. Cut it into 4 mm pieces and place on baking tray. Bake until crispy. Approx 15 mins, but will vary from oven to oven.

Let them cool for as long as you can wait.

Then eat with milk. Lots of milk.

The roll is not that visible in the cookie, but you can see it up close. And you can taste it!

– good thing I have two classes in the gym tomorrow…



The bottom cookie is a different recipe. Also good. Just if you think they look very different, that’s why.

Even though it is ugly, it can still taste nice…

I love baking, I really do.

I also happen to love cake!

It is not always that it turns out pretty though, and most often my ugliest cakes taste the best. Recently I had a go at a recipe I found on pinterest, that I just had to try. Alan loves cinnamon swirls, or cinnamon snails as we call them in Denmark, and it seemed like a nice little evening project.


This was how it was supposed to look like – (Not sideways though, but wordpress will not let me correct that at the moment..)


Luckily it still tasted yummy even though it was like the cinnamon swirl´s fat, ugly sister.

Healthy homemade pancakes

Great good-for-you pankcakes – easy to make, get the recipe here!

Don´t you just want to bite into this!


What you need is:

2 ripe bananas

1 cup of ground/blended oats

1 cup of ground/blended coconut flour

1 cup of milk

3 eggs

A little bit of vanilla sugar

A handfull of blueberries


Mix it all well – can be blended for a super smooth dough.

Pour it all on to a baking tray with baking paper, Drizzle it with the blueberries and bake at 180 degrees celcious for 20 minutes.

Sprinkle with icing sugar and enjoy!