Before you make yogurt-coconut cake with raspberries, you should know that it is really dangerous baking. You can't go near it because the smell, look and taste are so delicious that it is hard to resist. You just have to eat at least one small slice. After one it appears that it is not enough, so you take another one and another one and... suddenly we see the end of the baking tray. If you don't have enough willpower, you'd better not go near it, because you will probably have to prepare another. My husband remarked, with his mouth full of tastiness, that it is a "cake at your own risk". Crunchy coconut shell, sweet and sour fruit, soft and moist cake; in a few words: "heaven in your mouth".

200g of raspberries
150g of flour
75g of brown sugar
1 egg
150g of natural yoghurt
60g of butter
1 teaspoon of vanilla essence
1 teaspoon of baking powder
1 tablespoon of coconut shreds
crumble topping
8 tablespoons of coconut shreds
3 tablespoons of butter
3 tablespoons of brown sugar


"All our charges are on holiday..." yes, the kids are at sports camp, so parents have some more time. It is time to think about want we want to eat and prepare it just for ourselves. And we don't have to listen to: "Avocado? Do I have to eat it?"

Today we prepared together a delicious holiday snack. Slightly spicy mousse from avocado with sweet and sour salad with tomatoes and mango and salty feta cheese. An explosion of flavours in the mouth. I recommend it not only when on holiday Uśmiech

2 avocados
1 shallot
2 small cloves of garlic
1 chili pepper
1 tablespoon of chopped parsley
1 tablespoon of chopped basil
a couple of black olives
a couple of cherry tomatoes
half a mango
100g of feta cheese
2 tablespoons of lemon juice
2 tablespoons of olive oil
1 tablespoon of maple syrup
salt and pepper


When I was a child, the most often served dessert or afternoon tea was kissel with thickly grated apples. Back then I didn't like it, but today it came back to me it and I wanted to check if my not liking it was just the result of a childish conceit. It turned out that kissel was perfect and my children said that they don't understand my animosity. Well, maybe my taste changed? I am glad that my children liked apple kissel, because it was an easy and delicious dessert.

500ml of apple juice
3 teaspoons of potato flour
2 tablespoons of maple syrup
1 big apple
1 teaspoon of lemon juice
fruit for decoration


I feel sorry for parents of fussy eaters. They scheme and smuggle, but the kids still peck at their food and in disgust take pieces of carrot out of their soup. I am a lucky mother. I have wonderful children who basically eat everything. They can find something they like in every restaurant. They eat cartloads of fruit and vegetables, they don't frown at an "abatis" like dill or parsley in their soup, and every kind of salad or multi-coloured leaves disappear from the plate in a flash. Of course like everyone they have their favourite dishes which they can eat all the time: spaghetti, chops, meatballs, pancakes, pizza and sushi. Using my children's constant love of frikadelle, I prepared a fish version of them. To minced salmon meat I added cooked quinoa, hard-boiled egg and a lot of parsley. As a bonus I used hot beetroots, and in a few minutes lunch was a memory. That's what I like best.

500g of minced salmon meat
50g of quinoa
4 eggs
4-5 tablespoons of chopped parsley
1 onion
1 clove of garlic
1 tablespoon of butter
3-4 tablespoons of breadcrumbs
salt and pepper
oil for frying


Crumble pie is one of my favourite desserts. I usually make a couple of small dishes because each of us likes to eat this dessert in their own way. I like it hot like lava with cold yoghurt. My children wait until it is completely cool, and my husband likes it lightly cooled with vanilla ice cream. I use different fruit in this dish: forest fruit, strawberries, rhubarb, apples, apricots and plums. Additionally, I like to change the crumble topping. Sometimes I add shredded coconut, vanilla essence and rolled oats. Today I would like to share with you the recipe for peaches and raspberries under a chocolate crumble topping. Immodestly I can tell you the dessert was excellent. As usual my kids said - yummy for my tummy. Śmiech

8 peaches
200g of raspberries
100g of butter
140g of flour
100g of brown sugar
2 tablespoons of cocoa
100g of chocolate drops

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