Chestnut cream horns © Reka Csulak

Chestnut cream horns

Sweet chestnut desserts are so popular in Hungary, and I wanted to prepare a super easy dessert as a weekend treat, this is how the idea of these chestnut cream horns came up. For me, it’s quite challenging to list any food that is typical in November. In this case, the seasonal ingredients are my inspiration, the market always offers something you haven’t planned to … Continue reading Chestnut cream horns

Chestnut jul log © Reka Csulak

Chestnut Yule log

Magyarul  ⇣  Chestnut Yule log The tradition of burning the Jul (Yule) Log was originally a Nordic viking tradition during Jul, the Winter Solstice festivals in Scandinavia then other European countries. It was a carefully chosen, large oak log with runes on it, asking the Gods to protect them from misfortune. A piece of the log was saved to protect the home during the upcoming year and was used … Continue reading Chestnut Yule log

Chocolate truffle spiders for Halloween © Reka Csulak

Chocolate and chestnut truffles

The truffle is a great dessert and at the same time, it’s so easy to prepare it. I really love chocolate with chestnut, so this time I’ve created them this way. We have only one week till Halloween, so I wanted to turn my truffles into a playful TREAT, then share the TRICK with you! You can use these truffle spiders as an edible decoration on cupcakes, … Continue reading Chocolate and chestnut truffles