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Belgian Rice Pie
Well known in the low countries of the Benelux, the pie remains a top dessert.
Warm they make an exquisite treat. No garnish needed.
Easily ranks among the better pies. Created in 1977 by Belgian baker Lucien Swinnen.
This smooth and rich tasting cake can be easily made with low fat cream cheese using exactly the same recipe.
One of the few pies made with choux pastry.
Spicy almond cookies. Once baked for the Belgian troops, now popular in many regions of the world.
Classic German fruit pie with a biscuit mass base.
Milhojas de Turron
The combination of turron mousse, puff pastry and chocolate glaze makes it a winner.
Sweet, creamy mascarpone with eggs. Taste the silkiness of this mixture.
Apple Cake Extra
Sometimes you come across a recipe that just works in every aspect. Great taste and texture. Have it with vanilla tea!
Almost always served with garnish. This is often whip cream combined with fruit and/or a sauce.
A little decadence can't hurt. Mousse with a strong cocoa aroma.
Here it is, by popular demand! A soft yeast doughnut with vanilla cream.
Its crusty texture, the honey, the sesame seeds with a hint of orange zest can be an addictive combination.
A traditional Belgian sweet bread made with eggs and milk.
The famous sachertorte pie made for prince Metternich of Austria in 1832.
Ok, all you addicts, sweet tooths stand in line! Sweet vanilla cream and chocolate ensure another round.
Made for those who love the taste of buttery cake.
Pumpkin combined with hazelnuts. The perfect cake for the Halloween season.
Its richness will certainly keep you savouring each mouthful. An old dessert dating from the 1830's.
Or Bavarian lemon cream. As good as ice cream without the head freeze!
Something different for breakfast? Yes, please! A slightly sweet bread with pine nuts.