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From cake to chocolate babka: What desserts will be on the table this Easter?

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from cake to chocolate babka: what desserts will be on the table this easter
All over the world, Easter is marked by unique culinary traditions that reflect the joy of life. While eggs, ham and special breads are central to Easter meals, desserts bring real joy and colour to festive tables.

All over the world, Easter is marked by unique culinary traditions that reflect the joy of life. While eggs, ham and special breads are central to Easter meals, desserts bring real joy and colour to festive tables.

The diversity of Easter desserts around the world is a testimony to the rich cultural heritage and regional differences that have been passed down from generation to generation.

Traditional Easter desserts

  • Potica, a roll of yeast dough filled with a variety of fillings, is an indispensable dessert on the Easter table in Slovenia. Its variations, such as walnut, poppy seed or carob, are a testament to the culinary ingenuity of Slovenians.
  • Folar, a sweet bread from Portugal, traditionally contains whole eggs embedded in the dough, symbolising rebirth and fertility.
  • Tsoureki, a Greek braided bread seasoned with mastic and mahleb, is indispensable in Greek Easter customs.

Modern desserts

Today brings fresh interpretations of traditional desserts such as vegan cakes, gluten-free folari and chocolate products in the shape of Easter symbols.

These cute, colourful eggs are enriched with BAM''s unique flavours of golden, orange and strawberry chocolate, giving them a touch of luxury and sweetness. Not only are they delicious, but they are also great fun to make, especially in the company of our little ones. Together with your children you can enjoy mixing the colours, shaping the eggs and, of course, sweetening them with the vanilla cream with which they are filled.

Follow the instructions below to make simple pink Easter egg-shaped truffles combining finely ground cream cheese biscuits and topped with shiny ruby chocolate. This recipe is the perfect idea for a festive sweet treat or as an original gift that is sure to impress everyone with its eye-catching look and great taste.

Babka, a sweet yeast cake of Eastern European origin, is a great alternative to the classic cake. With its wicker shape and luscious filling, it is not only visually appealing but also extremely tasty. The babka, enriched with BAM chocolate-hazelnut spread, brings freshness to the festive table while maintaining respect for tradition through the use of classic sourdough techniques.

  • Vegan lemon cake with blueberries

This modern interpretation of a classic Easter dessert combines the freshness of lemon with a rich, creamy vegan ''cheesecake'' filling and the juiciness of blueberries. The use of coconut milk and almond flour creates a light yet delicious texture, while the natural colours of the blueberries and lemon zest on top of the cake add a festive look. This cake is the perfect end to an Easter meal for those looking for plant-based alternatives.

  • Matcha Easter Bunnies
These cute, green coloured Easter bunnies are made with matcha dough topped with white chocolate cream with a little orange zest for a refreshing touch. Their unique, vibrant colour and the delicate, subtle flavour of the matcha make the bunnies not only delicious, but also an aesthetic choice that is sure to be an eye-catcher on the festive table.

  • Easter Milk BreadFirst,
mix warm milk, a little sugar and yeast and leave the mixture to rise. In another bowl, mix together the flour, the remaining sugar and the salt, then add the rising yeast, melted butter and eggs. Knead the dough well until smooth and leave to rise in a warm place. When the dough has doubled in volume, shape it as desired, adding a sweet filling or leaving it plain, and bake in a preheated oven at 180°C until the bread is golden brown.

Easter milk bread is a popular dessert which, with its soft, fluffy texture and subtle sweet flavour, symbolises festive warmth and family gatherings. To prepare this dessert you will need basic ingredients such as flour, dry yeast, warm milk, butter, sugar, eggs and a pinch of salt.Before serving, you can decorate the milk bread with a sugar topping or sprinkle with almonds for an extra festive touch. This Easter milk bread is perfect for breakfast or as a dessert that is sure to delight your loved ones. - The sweetest online shop for high quality baking products. BAM products are for everyone who loves to create with high-quality ingredients and sophisticated flavours, even in their own home kitchen.

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