Creams-puddings

Τhis vegan Ryzogalo (Greek rice pudding) is creamy, aromatic and  so delicious that it competes with the original classic “ryzogalo”, which is  amazing! We all love the rich “ryzogalo” our mum used to make but there are many people who are lactose or gluten intolerant and of course there are many people who follow a vegan diet, or during […]

Print Friendly
Share

Continue reading about Vegan, Lactose Free and Gluten Free Ryzogalo (rice pudding)

Three recipes combined together make this delicious fusion deconstructed Australian Pavlova: Greek Ryzogalo, British Posset and Meringues.  The poached fruit is optional but it makes a wonderful addition.  You can surely serve it as it is or with Glyka tou Koutaliou (Greek Fruit Preserves). The meringues can be made ahead and stored in air tight […]

Print Friendly
Share

Continue reading about Deconstructed Pavlova with Lemon Posset Ryzogalo and Winter Poached Fruit

Ivy on November 19th, 2014

Homemade spreads are easy to make and can be bottled in pretty jars as gifts. This original chestnut and dulce de leche spread will be much appreciated. Dulce De Leche is a favourite Latin American treat.  I combined this amazing treat with chestnuts and I am very proud to have created this delicious spread.  Whenever I […]

Print Friendly
Share

Continue reading about Chestnut & Dulce de Leche Spread

  Cheesecake is one of our favourite desserts. If you ask me which kind do I prefer, the baked one or the no bake one, it’s very difficult to reply because I like both but if I were to chose only one, I would say the baked one.   Today it’ s my eldest son’s […]

Print Friendly
Share

Continue reading about Dulce De Leche Cheesecake and Milk Almond Chocolates

Ivy on October 24th, 2014

You may be wondering what petimezi (epsima in Cyprus) and charoupomelo (teratsomelo in Cyprus) are.   Petimezi or epsima is grape juice, cooked until a thick syrup is produced.  It’s a product produced for millenia and you may already know it as grape syrup or grape molasses.   These two Greek traditional products were used in […]

Print Friendly
Share

Continue reading about Chocolate Pudding with Petimezi and Charoupomelo

Ivy on September 29th, 2014

This dessert is easy to make and so light and refreshing, which will please everyone.  Instead of making a pastry cream with heavy cream, butter and eggs, I made this light cream using evaporated milk and Greek yoghurt, which add a wonderful taste but with far less calories. My relatives in Sparta have started their new […]

Print Friendly
Share

Continue reading about Chocolate Orange Layered Cream Dessert

Ivy on September 11th, 2014

Today I am posting two different cheesecakes I made recently.  One of the them was baked and the other was not. The crust is the same for both cheesecakes.  Each one is different in taste and texture but both delicious. You can see below in the video how I shaped the crust. Two different Chocolate […]

Print Friendly
Share

Continue reading about Two different Chocolate Mousse Cheesecakes

When I started blogging seven years ago, I never believed that it would last so long.  It is characteristic of those born under the Aries zodiac sign that we get very enthusiastic when we start a new project but we tend to lose interest and give up easily. Personally, I am surprised that I am still blogging […]

Print Friendly
Share

Continue reading about Galaktoboureko in Kataifi Nests, sightseeing and 7th Blog anniversary

Ivy on July 12th, 2014

This recipe started when I attempted to make mozarella cheese and failed! It’s not the first time that amazing recipes are created after an unsuccessful attempt to make something else.  Technically this is not the traditional panna cotta made with full fat cream but a much lighter version made with two kinds of milk and […]

Print Friendly
Share

Continue reading about Goat Cheese and White Chocolate Panna Cotta

I based this dessert on an older recipe of mine which I make with Greek yoghourt, whipping cream, sugar and canned tutti frutti.  These four ingredients make an easy and delicious dessert called Yiaourtoglyko (yoghourt dessert) which you can have ready in five minutes. I love making fruit preserves, which I love using  in my recipes. […]

Print Friendly
Share

Continue reading about Yiaourtoglyko me Portokali (Greek Yoghourt Tutti Frutti with Orange)


© 2007 - 2014 - All Rights Reserved. All recipes, text and photographs on this site are the original creations and property of the author. Do not post or publish anything from this site without full credit and a direct link to the original post. E-mail me using the contact page with any requests or questions.