Beehive cookies or Včelí úly (beehives) or Vosí hnízda (wasp nests) in Czech are one of the most traditional Czech Christmas cookies. They are partly baked and bring that delicious walnut scent to the table.
Buchty (sg. buchta) are Czech dessert pastry made from yeast dough and filled with one of the traditional fillings – povidla, cottage cheese tvaroh, poppy seed or marmalade.
Koka cookies have been a star among Czech cookies for several generations. Here’s a recipe to make them at home.
Here comes the Czech classic, the perfect autumn and winter dessert, the Apple Strudel.
Bábovka is a very traditional Czech cake. I would like to tell you more about it and give you an authentic Czech recipe from the 1920s.
Buchtičky s krémem is a Czech dish served as a main course. And it’s sweet!
Red currant tart or Rybízový táč is a very typical Czech dessert that is what to many people summer tastes like. Summer at the countryside.
Mazanec is sweet pastry baked in the Czech Republic at Christmas. This is a beginner-friendly recipe.
Loupáčky, also known as loupáky or makovky, are lightly sweet Czech pasrty. Make some delicious poppy seed rolls for breakfast or snack with this traditional recipe. You can eat them with butter, marmalade, dipped in tea or just like that without anything.
Easter is nearly here and the Easter Bread is an important part of the holiday in the Czech Republic.