Categorie archief: baking

a lot to share


There’s a lot to share at this day… We had some tubulent weeks in the past. My husbands grandmother died 2 weeks ago. She was ill, but it had impact! We are blessed that we know she’s in heaven. She was such a witness of Christ!! even in her last hours!!!!  That’s a comfort for us…

 My own grandmother turned 80 years and we had a surprise party for her!!! Awesome!!! My mom made some coasters with pictures of her on it… When she was 7 years, now and when she was about 18 years old…

Fien turned 6!!! here some pictures of her b’day… Her present was a doll theater!

This was her treat for her class…cupcakes with marshmellowfondant hearts on it and Kawaii style pencills with on top a eraser on it.

Fiens cowl
my cowl

 I found a great tutorial on the internet at lindevrouw.I only made the cowl 60 cm long… Made 4 already!!!! one night crochet….

Emma’s barret

This is my own pattern… I don’t kno how I did it but it turned out cute!!!

Well… a lot of stuff but I hope you enjoyed it …

Featured again!


WOW!!!! I was featured again on craftgossip with my pillowcase jumper tutorial!!!!
Such a surprise to see an email in my box…

As promised earlyer… the bread recipe.

625 gram whole wheat flour( 325 gram) and flour 300gram)
400 ml water or milk
15 gr fresh yeast or 12 gram dried yeast
1 teaspoon salt
a dash of oil ( I use walnut oil) or liqued butter

Put the flour in your kitchen machine and add the yeast. When you use fresh yeast first solve it in the milk or water. Best result is when you solve it in handwarm water.
Than add it to the flourmix and keep stirring. than add the salt and keep stirring.
Add the oil or butter and stir.
After that put a little flour on the mix and let the dough rise/swell for 40 minutes under a tea towel that you first made wet.

After 40 minutes mix again the dogh with your machine and repeat the riseing/ swelling part again for 40 minutes.

After 40 minutes stir it once again and take out the dough, roll it over and put it in a loaf tin or cake tin. dash a little flour on top of the bread and let it rise/ swell for 40 minutes under the wet teatowel again.
after that 35 minutes in a prea heated oven at 220°C.
To keep your bread fresh and nice store it in a dry teatowel and you have a great taste on your bread the next day!