Individual Dessert Recipes
Individual desserts usually take more time to make as there's more manual work involved. In family circles it's doable unless a special occasions demands a larger number of desserts.
Professionals have their tools to minimize processing time. On a consumer level however creativity is not to be underestimated. You may find tips in the techniques section or something that may spark an idea.
However you deal with baking large quantities of individual desserts see if you need to make a checklist of the different processing steps involved.
If they're for example souffles, a batch batter doesn't stay too long in the open air before baking.
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Spicy almond cookies. Once baked for the Belgian troops, now popular in many regions of the world.
Its crusty texture, the honey, the sesame seeds with a hint of orange zest can be an addictive combination.
There's something about the taste of raspberries that works in many ways. One of my favorite fruits in patisserie. This recipe is low-fat.
Ok, all you addicts, sweet tooths stand in line! Sweet vanilla cream and chocolate ensure another round.
Here it is, by popular demand! A soft yeast doughnut with vanilla cream.
Tasty wild berry forest mousse. Use it as a filler too. This recipe is low-fat.
Something different for breakfast? Yes, please! A slightly sweet bread with pine nuts.
Or Bavarian lemon cream. As good as ice cream without the head freeze!
Milhojas de Turron
The combination of turron mousse, puff pastry and chocolate glaze makes it a winner.
You'll feel like a kid again with this one. Finger-licking permitted!