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So much baking to do, so little time...Toliko kolača za ispeći, a tako malo vremena...


  1. Like I see you are prepare for a Xmass. That looks really yummy. xa

  2. These look similar to the 'moon' biscuits we make every Christmas - using my Czech grandmother's recipe. Do yours have ground almond in them? They taste so good when they are still warm and have just been dipped in icing sugar. Happy baking. And thank you for your recent very thoughtful comments - I really appreciate them. I hope you enjoy a wonderful Christmas.

    1. I never really follow recipes, I always improvise...with varying results (sometimes catastrophic, sometimes good) but at least it makes the baking process interesting. I didn't put any almond in these ones, but that's a good idea... Traditionally we do put ground almond in many cakes.

      I wish you a wonderful Christmas too!

  3. I´m sure dear Ivana, that your cakes are really yummy! And interesting that you always improvise, this is what I mostly do when I cook :) To be honest I´m too lazy at the moment for baking ;)

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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  4. So precious, they look lovely and yummy!! I hope you get all your baking done, I haven't even started, haha :) So behind. xx

  5. Baš tako! :) A treba i sve to pojesti, što nije problem :D Mnogo slatko :)

  6. These look yummy! My mum and sister made cookies yesterday which I´m eating right now xD

  7. I love baking cookies too, but unfortunately in my family no one likes to eat my bakery:( Your cookies look tasty, probably you can share a recipe next time:)


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