Around The World With Apple Sweets

This wonderful tour around the world with apple sweets is exciting and fun, especially for those like me, who love this fruit and love to use it in the kitchen! It’s a culinary journey that comes from the desire of three friends, united by a great passion, to do something together! So, on the 20th of every month, me and my enchanting travel companions Miria from the blog Due Amiche in Cucina and Simona from the blog Pensieri e Pasticci, will let you “taste” a different sweet made with apples, finding delicious foreign recipes from many countries around the world! On this page you can find all the recipes published so far, and at the end of the journey, we will collect them for you in a downloadable PDF document. Meanwhile, friends, enjoy this delicious journey with us! 

November 20th

Mary – Apple strudel (Austria) recipe in English

Miria – Crumble di mele (England) recipe only in Italian

Simona – Clafoutis alle mele (Francia) recipe only in Italian

December 20th

Mary – Irish apple cake (Ireland) recipe in English

Miria – Frittelle Olandesi con le mele – Oliebollen met appel (Netherlands) recipe only in Italian

Simona – Appelkaka con salsa alla vaniglia (Sweden) recipe only in Italian

January 20th

Mary – Romanian apple cake (Romania) recipe in English

Miria – Torta di mele ungherese – Almàs pite (Hungary) recipe only in Italian

Simona – Torta di mele scozzese – Scottish Apple Cake (Scotland) recipe only in Italian

February 20th

Mary – Slovenian apple pie (Slovenia) recipe in English

Miria – Krapfen alle mele – Apfel Berliner (Germany) recipe only in Italian

Simona – Olad’i frittelle russe alle mele (Russia) recipe only in Italian

March 20th

Mary –  Swiss apple cake (Switzerland) recipe in English

Miria – Torta di mele della Normandia (Normandy) recipe only in Italian

Simona – Torta di mele norvegese Eplekake (Norway) recipe only in Italian

May 20th

Mary – Kaiserschmarrn (Alto Adige / Tyrol) recipe in English

Miria – Sharlotka (Russia) recipe only in Italian

Simona – Szarlotka (Poland) recipe only in Italian