Made It! #29

~ I love Pinterest and would like to make a recipe of my boards every week. Since I have lots of recipes pinned (that, until now, I just pinned and only that), I hope this will be a way to reduce the amount of pins on my boards

Before we went off to celebrate summer at De Veluwe, I had plans to bake the Apple Roses below in the oven of the house we rented, but since there wasn't any oven in the house I had to postpone my plan until we came back. So this week I baked Apple Roses. 

I sliced the apple parts a tiny bit too thick, so after folding them in the pastry, I couldn't bend the whole thing. I solved this by baking the slices seperately for a couple of minutes, to make them soft. After that, rolling the pastry with the apple slices in between was way easier. 


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Next week I would like to make a semifreddo, that I found first in a magazine and then the same day on Pinterest. We didn't have much of a sunny summer around this part of the world, so before fall will totally set in, I want to make some sort of icecream myself. Pistachios and strawberry! Only the thought of them together is delicious!

Comments

  1. Hi Liz
    The apple roses came out beautifully - I be they taste as great as they look! The term 'semifreddo' is new to me, but it sure sounds good.
    Catherine (newest follower of your blogging adventures)

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    1. Thank you for following my blog, Catherine! Semifreddo is Italian and means semi frozen.

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  2. Liz, Great solution to solve the thickness issue. Your apple roses turned out great! Such a fun idea to do a recipe a week from your Pin boards. Have a great week and thank you for sharing with us!

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  3. I love these apple roses. They would make beautiful garnishes. Thanks for sharing on Sunday's Best linkup.

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