1. Pancakes with pieces of fudge 
2. Hazelnut & coffee biscuits, filled with chocolate
       3. Magic oat-banana-chocolate cookies

1. Pancakes with pieces of fudge
Pancakes are the symbol of a relax brunch after a eventful week, and the pieces of fudge add a touch of “chic”. You can make the dough the day before and bake the pancakes the morning after. The tastes stays the same, and you can more enjoy it.

Time: 15 minutes
Cooking: 25 minutes
Difficulty: ###
Budget: €€
Allergies: lactose, gluten, egg

For the pancakes:
  • 300 grams of flour 
  • 400 ml of milk 
  • 1 sachet of vanilla sugar 
  • 1 tablespoon caster sugar 
  • 2 eggs 
  • 2 teaspoons vanilla extract (optional, you can replace it with cinnamon, cocoa ...) 
  • ¾ packet of dry yeast 
For the fudge: 
  • 100 gr. sugar cane 
  • 2 tbsp water
For the pancakes:
  1. Mix egg, sugar and milk. 
  2. Gradually add flour. Then add the vanilla (or cinnamon, cocoa ...) and the yeast. 
  3. Mix so that there are no lumps, you must have a nice, smooth dough.
  4. Heat a plate, and bake your pancakes. 
For the caramel : 
  1. Mix the water and sugar in a saucepan. Gently heat up so that the sugar dissolved in water. 
  2. The mixture should boil (see photo). When large bubbles appear, turn the pan (don't stir!).
  3. Once the mixture nicely browned (but not burnt), remove from heat and pour into a bowl. 
  4. Mix with a wooden spoon until it hardens the caramel and pales a bit. 
  5. Break it into pieces and put them in the fridge. 
  6. Sprinkle your pancakes with the fudge!
Like they say in french: bon appétit!



2. Hazelnut & coffee biscuits, filled with chocolate
When I was a little child, I always had biscuits in my satchel. I remember for me it was always a surprise to see it was with chocolate; the little pleasures of the life! I made some biscuits with tea few weeks ago and I was thinking that it would be nice to do a recipe with coffee! And because coffee and chocolate are a good "mix", I did make this filled biscuits!

Time: 20 minutes
Cooking: 20 minutes
Difficulty: ###
Budget: €€
Allergies: {gluten}*, egg
* You can replace the wheat flour with rice flour, so your biscuits would be gluten-free
For the biscuits: 
  • 300 gr. wheat flour 
  • 120 gr. sugar
  • 10 gr. hazelnut powder 
  • 1 sachet of coffee powder (± 25 gr.) 
  • 3 tsp cocoa 
  • 100 ml. water 
  • ½ tsp soda

For the filling: 
  • 50 gr. dark chocolate 
  • 1 tbs hazelnut powder 

  1. Mix the flour, the sugar, the hazelnut powder, the coffee and the cocoa powder. 
  2. Gradually add water to form an easily kneadable elastic dough. 
  3. Add the soda and knead. 
  4. Heat the oven to 180 ° C. 
  5. Roll out the pastry and cut out circles with a cookie cutter. 
  6. Bake in the oven for 20 minutes. 
  7. During this time, heat the chocolate in a bain-marie. 
  8. Add the ground hazelnuts and mix. 
  9. Chill the cookies. 
  10. Layer 1 cookie, some chocolate-hazelnut and a biscuit. 

Bon appétit!


3. Magic oat-banana-chocolate cookies
These cookies are magic cause you just need 3 ingredients: 2 bananas, some oat, and if you want it some chocolate or other things. Kids like them, and that's a good thing cause they are very healthy: they don't contain any fat and sugar (if you don't use chocolate) and they are gluten-free so everyone can enjoy this cookies. And everyone can make them, cause the recipe is one of the simpliest cookie-recipe ever: just mash the banana and add the rest… 

Time: 10 minutes
Cooking: 20 minutes
Difficulty: ###
Budget: €€
Allergies: oat

For about 10 cookies: 
  • 2 ripe bananas
  • 90 gr. oat flakes
  • 10 gr. chocolate/nuts (sesame, pecan nuts,…)
  • If you want it sweeter: 1 tsp honey or sugar


  1. Mash the bananas.
  2. Add the oat and mix well.
  3. Add the chocolate or nuts and the sugar/honey if you're really a sweet-person!
  4. Bake it at 180°C. They must be a little bit more brown than before.
  5. Enjoy them!

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