waffles on a stick


Be prepared, this will be a pretty strange post, since I don’t often write about food. I made an exception for today because, I mean.. LOOK AT THE PHOTO! Doesn’t it look yummy?! I actually don’t have a single clue where my mom bought these, but what I do know, is that they taste heavenly! It’s a waffle on a wooden stick, which made me laugh the first time I saw it(: I’d never ever seen one like this, but damn, if it was possible, I would sent one to all of you to try it hahaha

have you ever seen a waffle like this?


How to make cheesecake

Other, Tips

For 8-10

225 g/8 oz ginger or digestive biscuits
75 g/7 oz butter
675 g/1,5 lb curd cheese or cream cheese (in my dutch translated book it says ‘kwark’)
175g/6 oz caster sugar
3 eggs
1 lemon
Few drops vanilla extract
Chinese gooseberries strawberries or raspberries

1. Preheat over to 150°C/300°F/gas 2. Use butter to grease a round 23 cm/9 inch loose-bottomoed cake tin.
2. Stick biscuits in a freezer bag. Bash with a rolling pin till they’re in fine crumbs. Or blitz in a processor.
3. Melt butter in a pan. Add crumbs. Stir to mix. Tip into the cake tin. Press evenly to cover. firm up in fridge.
4. Tip cheese, caster sugar, eggs, lemon rind, vanilla extract and good squeeze of lemon into processor. Blitz briefly till just smooth.(No machine? Beat together with a wooden spoon.)
5. Pour cheesecake to cover biscuit base. Bake for 35-40 minutes. Turn off oven. Leave cake in there to cool and firm up. Chill for 2 hours at least.
6. Stick fruit in to decorate. Or cover with whipped cream and pile with fruit of choice.

Easy isn’t it? You can find the recipe in Sam Stern’s book “Cooking up a storm” or for the dutch people “Ff cheffen”. All recipes he writes are really easy to make, but also very delicious!

I just made one as well and took some photos:
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Merry Christmas everyone!
Outfit post will be up later(: