:: Bread ::

Cardamom & Chocolate Hot Cross Buns

Fruit Buns

Gingerbread Brioche

Lemonade Scones

Mustikkapiiraat :: Blueberry Filled Buns

Poppy Seed Bagels

Pulla :: Finnish Cardamom Bread

Pumpkin Scones


:: Cakes & Cupcakes ::

Apple Pie Cupcakes

Caramel Cheesecake

Christmas Cake

Chocolate Loaf

Chocolate Madeleines

Coffee Cupcakes

Date Loaf

Dense Chocolate Loaf

Devil’s Food Cupcakes

Flourless Chocolate Cake

French Vanilla Cupcakes

Hi-hat Cupcakes


Lemon and Chocolate Layer Cake

Lemon Cupcakes

Lemon Glazed Madeleines

Lemon Meringue Cake

Mocha Roulade

Peppermint Chocolate Cupcakes

Rainbow Cake

Thyme Brownies

Wedding Cake

:: Cookies ::

Anzac Biscuits

Butter Cookies

Chocolate Chip Cookies

Chocolate Chunk Coconut Macaroons

Hannatädinkakut :: Aunt Hanna’s Cookies

Linzer Cookies

Mallow Cookies


Raspberry Cream Cookies



Treacle Jumbles

:: Macarons ::

Blueberry Macarons

Café au Lait Macarons

Caramel Macarons

Cardamom Macarons with Coffee Cream

Champagne Macarons

Chocolate Passionfruit Macarons

Lavender Macarons with Lavender Cream

Lemon Macarons with Lemon Curd

Licquorice Macarons

Matcha Tea Macarons

Mint Chocolate Macarons

Pistachio Macarons with Vanilla Buttercream

Rose Macarons with Raspberry Cream

:: Pastry & Pies and Tarts ::

Bakewell Tart

Cherry Strudel

Chocolate Éclairs

Karjalanpiirakat :: Karelian Rice Pasties

Lime-Basil Tart

Mille Feuille

Omenapiirakka :: Finnish Apple Pie




Star Topped Mince Pies

Strawberry and Pistachio Tart

Tarte Tatin


3 Responses to “Recipes”

  1. Divina Says:

    You have a collection of macaroons. Unfortunately, I can only look at them. But will give them a try. They look so pretty. There are also some recipes that I would like to try. I found your website on Tartelette. 🙂

  2. cassie Says:

    Your blog is so pretty, how do you find time to keep it up!? I’m making the Hi-hat cupcakes today. I found the recipe on Martha’s site and I was glad to get your perspective. Thanks for your work!

  3. su Says:

    hi, Julia.
    My name is Sue. I was looking at Martha Stewart web macaron posting. Meanwhile, I saw you replying there and I follow the adress you left on Martha’s web. I wanna make macaron for the first time. Firstly, I wanna ske you is your recipe has egg white in it and I don’t have them. What can be substitution for the egg white? Secondly, you said Italian Meringue will be better for the stable macaron and I wonder if I can make Italian meringue in Marth’s recipe. Thanks for your time reading my reply.

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