If you’re Italian, you’ll probably already know Marta from Naturalmente Buono’s blog and you may even have bought her book – hers and her amazing mom’s – as soon as it launched, but I had to
I’ve never made a true cheesecake but I’m pretty sure that I already made a tofu one a few years ago. After that, I prepared some raw cashew-based ones a bunch of times and, honestly, I haven’t seen a baked tofu cheesecake on the web in a while, do you?
A new recipe on the blog, get ready with your umbrellas because a snow storm is coming – and with the return of GOT after a whole year, it could really be the case… #winteriscoming
Get ready for a quite long chit-chat – for my standards at least – and a ton of photos but the recipe is super simple and effective.
I wrote “unsweetened” because a lot of bloggers write “sugar-free” even if a recipe contains honey or maple syrup. Well, in this one there’s nothing – not even stevia! And honestly, I don’t miss any sweetener here.
As a former ballet teacher and an author myself, I’m quite demanding and nitpicky about cookbooks. I usually fill my books with little pieces of paper as a bookmark to signal really interesting recipes, and I assure you that this one has a ton of them.
Tiramisu is one of the most famous typical Italian desserts. It’s creamy, has different textures, and, even if it contains coffee, kids love it either! Here, my ultimate version.
I love baking cakes, especially if multi-layers – but always as healthy as possible. And as a food blogger and cookbook author, I had to make my own wedding cake, do you agree?
I love herbs used in sweet recipes : they can completely transform a bland dessert in a refined and peculiar one.