Rich and Savory Pumpkin Bundt Cake

I wanted to wait and share this recipe on the 1st anniversary of this little blog (1 year already? Yay!) but then I thought it can be a perfect cake to accompany the afternoon tea before a Halloween party so let’s not wait until the 4th of November. I hope you agree : ) Rich and Savory … Continue reading

Olive Oil Bread Swirls

Remember these beautiful milky bread swirls? My Mr asked for this bread the other day, but we did not have butter at home. As we were lazy enough to go to the store but creative enough to start looking for a solution for this problem, I ended up at ThePassionateOlive.com. My dear readers let me … Continue reading

Bella Italia Foodie Adventures: Gnocchi con Pomodoro, Tonno e Zucchine

This is the last recipe I would like to share with you, of a dish I made when we were in Italy. I consider this one a great success! It is easy, with the use of only a few ingredients, fast and delizioso! And satisfying, too: between the 2 of us we ate a whole … Continue reading

Individual Italian Tiramisu Cups with Mascarpone Cream

Still in the mood for Italian recipes, I set up to make a Tiramisu the other day. 1 word: Amazing! I used the recipe I found at GialloZafferano.it, only made a few little changes: mounted the ingredients into cute little individual cups, used light Mascarpone cream cheese instead of the normal one and unintentionally used … Continue reading

Easy Mini Pizza

I have made these cute mini “pizzas” the other day for an easy and tasty dinner, without the fuss of making a real pizza dough. We had some round breads from the day before, they were the base for the “pizza”, mounted a couple of goodies on top of them, popped them in the oven and … Continue reading

Pepper and Sausage Tagliatelle

This, my Dear Readers, is what should have grown in my balcony garden! Remember these beautiful green plants? While in my “garden” they refuse to grow taller, the ones I gave to my mother have produced amazing green bell peppers already. Well, she has a real garden 🙂 Technically, I still consider them ‘my’ home-grown … Continue reading