Fancy making a sweet treat? Or do you want to make an original treat? Below you will find fun treats with ingredients from Texel.
Do you know jan in the sack, sakkoek or boffert? It is a typical dish eaten in the wadden region. With this recipe, you can turn it into ice cream.
Culinary publicist, Annette van Ruitenburg, presents this month a delicious recipe for scones with elderflower!
Are you looking for inspiration for Christmas dinner? Annette van Ruitenburg shares another delicious recipe with you this month! Look here for her
The classic English dessert in a Texel twist! This recipe makes eton mess with blueberries, cranberries and seaweed meringue.
This month, we’re sharing an autumn recipe for chestnut jam from the cookbook De Smaak van Texel.
The Texel Trifle is a delicious end to a meal. A dessert with many Texel ingredients! Here you will find the recipe for a real Texel Trifle with fruit
This month we are sharing the recipe for rose hip jelly. This jelly goes well with rye bread and ewe’s cheese from Texel. The recipe was created by
This month we are sharing the recipe for beetroot gazpacho with blackberries and creme fraiche from Annette van Ruitenburg’s cookbook: A Taste of Texel
Blue poppy is the seed of the poppy grown on Texel. There are beautiful poppy fields on the island and you can make a delicious cake with sea buckthorn
Fancy a tasty chocolate treat? With this recipe you can make delicious hedgehog slice! A festive variant with Texel walnuts, cranberries and (sheep) milk
This recipe produces a festive cake for teatime. Swiss roll with Texel fruit jam. This roll cake with Texel fruit jam is very suitable as a dessert. Here
Jan in de zak, a traditional Dutch boiled pudding, is also known as zakmeel, broeder, trommelkoek, klont, proffert and boffer. Both the names and the
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