You know what I like with the Easter breakfast ? A traditional Dutch Easter bun where you take out a almond paste and smear it on the slice. However, I have one problem. Here in this house, I am the only one who likes almond paste. And to eat a traditional Dutch Easter bun (if I already find one that I can eat with my peanut allergy) all by myself is a little bit to much. So this year I went for the custom version. A simple version of the traditional Dutch Easter Bun, without the almond paste. However, it’s Janssen-family-proof. And yet, while eating a slice, I’m missing something.
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A day on the homestead
The meadow is cleaned from weeds. And the surrounding grass is mowed too . We have to mow early this year, because the grass is growing very fast. You could almost forget that it is still April and that continues to be a weird month, also in terms of weather. Today I wanted to decorate my home with a branch of our Easter tree (curl hazel). Normally I put some bare branch in a vase and during the week that comes you will see the leaves grow and some roots to . This time was different. I arrived and the curl hazel appeared to have green leaves already. Even better , but more difficult to decorate. Did you know that if you take your branch after Easter (and with roots) and dig a hole in the ground and put it in, it naturally grows back into a tree.
Recipe Easter buns with orange and cinnamon
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