The ultimate lemon and meringue pie
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baking

Breakfast is my favourite meal of the day, well, actually any meal is my favourite meal... ;-) and in the weekend I try to make it extra-special. Last weekend I baked this lovely easy-peasy bananabread with berries. ...
I have just written some easy-peasy, fun breakfast recipes for the Solo Open Kitchen platform's Back to School special. Make sure to check it out here! One of my own kids' all time favourite breakfast treats is also included in that article... French toast roll-ups covered in cinnamon sugar! These are just so delicious and very easy and quick to make!...
This super easy recipe is based on a Jamie Oliver recipe. The only thing different is that he used apricots where I used wild peaches, I added lemon curd (of course!! ;-)) and I only added the basil leaves afterwards instead of mixing them into the cheese mixture (but please feel free to do so!)....
This summery blueberry pie is just how I like it: easy and quick to make, but full of flavour ànd colour! I used a package of päte brisée (also easy to make yourself, should you want to...). I first blind baked this in the oven for about 20 minutes until the crust was brown and crispy...
For some reason it was stuck in my head that baking eclairs was a bit tricky and far too difficult for a newly-amateur baker such as myself. Until I read the following recipe in the 'Peper en zout'-magazine (Spar) for mini-eclairs which seemed surprisingly easy......
Yesterday, in the car on our way to the Winter Nights at Bokrijk, I was listening to Radio 2 's '1000 klassiekers', the radio station's annual list of the ultimate classic songs. And at number 546 there it was: the wonderful 1975 classic by Belgian singer Marva called 'Rode rozen in de sneeuw' (Red roses in the snow). My inspiration to bake these lovely apple roses. :-)...