… are these granola bars I’ve made today.
They are quite easy to make:
Just melt some butter with a bit of honey and sugar in a pot. Then add different types of chopped nuts, oatmeal (or some Bircher-Muesli) and dried fruits (besides raisins you could take for example dried papaya or mango for the exotic touch).
Stir all ingredients and then spread them on baking paper. Bake the mixture for about 25 minutes until it becomes golden brown.
Finally let it cool before you cut it into bars.
…are sweet and juicy peaches in a pastry cake.
The recipe is exactly the same like the one for the apricot cake below, only add some poppy seeds to the curd and spread the mixture on the pastry before you put the peach slices on top.
I just love pumpkins in all variations: pumpkin soup, pumpkin cake, roasted pumpkin pieces on a salad or pumpkin jam.
It’s the first time I tried this delicious recipe:
half of a hokkaido pumpkin (butternut would also be delicious)
jam sugar (1:3)
1 vanilla pod
Chop the pumpkin and the apple into small pieces and put them into a big pot. Let them boil together with some apple juice, some cinnamon and the vanilla pod (split it open and scrape the seeds). Mash everything with a mixer. Then add the jam sugar while stirring the jam all the time. Let it boil for three more minutes, then pour the jam into prepared jam jars and put them upside down for a few minutes.