A Mocha Cake is another classic in the Dutch Bakery, I think this one comes in second place to my favorite the Slagroom Taart. Since I don’t have access to all the pre-made ingredients, like the chocolate decorations, Mascarpone and the Nougatine. It will take …
Ontbijtkoek (literally breakfast cake) is a Dutch cake made with rye flour, spices honey and molasses. It says breakfast but you can eat it anytime of the day. It’s eaten more so as a cake slice and sometimes eaten on your bread. Also adding a slice to Sudderlapjes is good to. Most people spread some butter on top, but it is eaten plain as well.
I’ve never been a big fan of a coconut cake until now. Have you ever heard of the phrase “you better leave well enough alone”. Well that applies to this recipe. I didn’t change a thing. Okay maybe one thing I added Dr. Oetker stabilizer. I found this recipe out of our local newspaper, as I was reading this recipe I just knew I had to make it. The only downside or maybe not downside it takes two days to make it. According to our newspaper this is a recipe from Kim Ode.
I have never bought a slice of gingerbread loaf from Starbucks, but heard good reviews about it. To me they are way too expensive. So I went on the internet and found a few recipes. Mixed and matched, and here is the result. I have been told it taste pretty darn close to the real thing.