Archive for tag streusel

fall fruit streusel cake

by Eva Felis on October 14, 2013

I promised you, I would serve you a cake as soon as my oven is back on duty. The service guy gave us the pleasure of his company – finally. I have to admit I had been miffed about this situation. We are in the era where anything can be delivered in between 24 hour Weiterlesen



hazelnut streusel loaf cake

by Eva Felis on January 29, 2013

It’s been a while since my last post. And the one before had also been later than usually. This is not me moaning and telling you I have a creative break down or I lost my writing juices. In fact my creativity is overwhelming recently and I wrote several brilliant posts but just in my Weiterlesen



cranberry and apple tart with coconut streusel

by Eva Felis on November 17, 2012

I never got the right understanding about cranberry sauce on Thanksgiving. We never connected well. Come on it’s a berry! Although I would never put a raw cranberry in my mouth (never again, I learned it the hard way) I consider a cranberry as something sweet or at least in the category for sweet stuff. Weiterlesen



German peach streusel cake

by Eva Felis on August 15, 2012

There are things that would force me to get up early on a weekend day like tornado siren, earthquake or fire alarm. But there are also some enjoyable circumstances like the scent of freshly brewed coffee waving into my bedroom and tinkling my nose (hint!) or the anticipated trip to a peach orchard.
Since our visit Weiterlesen



prune cake with marzipan streusel

by Eva Felis on August 24, 2010

Blue prunes (Italian plum, damson, any right?) in Germany called Zwetschgen or Pflaumen, are not easy to get in the midwest. So I was quite happy as I found some at our nearby grocery store. I haven’t eaten a prune cake since two years and it is one of my favorites. Can you imagine how Weiterlesen



apple streusel cake

by Eva Felis on June 18, 2010

This cake is in the oven right now and you can smell it everywhere. It is one of my must have from time to time and I shared this recipe with many friends and colleagues. Although it is more like an autumn cake, it fits right now because there is one of these Mid West Weiterlesen