Tiramisu’ – my lighter version of a classic Italian dessert

My Tiramisu’ is a lighter and creamy version of an Italian classic dessert. The recipe is easy, simple and done in minutes. Be aware: it is addictive!

Frozen Tiramisu – Coffee Cream Parfait

Learn how to make a delicious frozen tiramisu with my recipe for coffee and mascarpone cream parfait

About me

Hello!
I'm Laura, Globetrotter and Foodblogger.
I was born in Italy. Austria is what we call home.
We lived in China, Singapore and the USA.
Here I share with you easy and mess-free recipes from near and far.
Join me on a culinary journey around the world!

Easter Bunnies Biscuits

Make the cutest Easter Bunnies Biscuits with my simple recipe.

Pastiera di riso – Italian rice pudding cake

An easy interpretation of an Italian classic pastry, served often for Easter. My version is lighter and quick, made with rice pudding

Castagnole – Italian Carnival Fritters

  Sweet dough fried balls covered in icing sugar or sticky honey and colourful sprinkle, to me Castagnole are the image of Carnival. Do you celebrate Carnival? How? Any particular dishes that you relate to Carnival?     There are…

Quick peach pie

Make this easy and quick peach pie, perfect served with vanilla ice cream

Frisella – so simple and so delicious

  Today I want to introduce you to Frisella, also called Frisa, Frisedda or Spaccatella, depending on the dialect spoken. What could have been the ancestor of a bagel today, comes from southern Italy, particularly from Puglia, but is also…

Nutella swirl muffins

I know there are a lot of arguments about Nutella at the moment, but let’s be honest, it is probably the most indulgent spread in the world, one you actually don’t need to spread but can just dip in with…

Grandma’s Marble Cake

What is your favorite simple cake? Ours, no doubt, is a fluffy marble cake, made following my Grandmother’s recipe. She used to bake it for us every time we visited. So it is a very special cake. And she had…

Spring Risotto with asparagus and prawns

Before you start, make sure you are going to be able to stay with your risotto the whole time, because it needs dedication – but it will reward you! To make a risotto for 4 persons you will need: *…

Cantucci – italian biscotti

  Cantucci are crunchy (actually they are hard!) almond biscuits that you are supposed to dip in vin santo (a sweet liquor). They originate from Tuscany. My grandfather used to buy them at a bakery in Tuscany and they were…


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