What a treat! So aromatic and tasty that will satisfy everybody’s sweet tooth! Serve it with coffee or tea!
This luscious custard pastry ranks among the highest of any treats you have ever tried... Next time you find yourself in the country, especially in Thessaloniki or on the island of Crete, give this one a try!
The citrus aromas and the addition of Bergamot from the Earl Grey balance this mousse out beautifully!
These are one of the most famous Greek treats. If you need a description, imagine the easiest almond macaroons ever and you can make them using just 3 ingredients – almond paste, sugar and egg whites. Yummy!
An interesting alternative of the traditional halva from Constantinople (Instabul). Instead of semolina they also used rice flour or plain flour.
Believe us when we say that koliva is a heavenly dessert. Imagine earthy wheat, fresh herbs, various toasted nuts and pomegranate seeds blanketed with powdered sugar! But to many of us this dessert is quite misunderstood since it is heavy with ritual significance. In the Greek Orthodox religion the dish...
A delicacy of Thrace (north-east part of Greece). It is a crispy filo pastry sweetened with syrup. It resembles traditional baklava, but in the shape of rolls!
New year’s eve is approaching and the vasilopita will become the center of attention at midnight! There is a coin hidden in it, so when it is cut in pieces, the family member who finds the coin he/she supposedly has good luck for the rest of the year!
This Christmas cake is full of nutty, earth flavors! A small piece of this cake is perfect with a cup of strong espresso. So let’s get cooking!
Try something totally different this Christmas! Bake these traditional, shortbread butter cookies that look like snow and include almonds, lots of powdered sugar and rosewater that adds an amazing scent. The secret is in the butter so try to find one of good quality!
Try out these traditional Christmas honey cookies! They are incredibly flavorsome and soaked in a delicious honey syrup. Pure Heaven!
"Diples" means something like "a folded dessert". They are thin -folded into a crispy package- sheets of dough that are fried and then drizzled with honey and dusted with cinnamon and ground walnuts. They are a traditional Christmas or wedding dessert.
Beautiful crispy phyllo sheets surrounds our traditional sweet pumpkin filling and make an excellent dessert for the whole family.