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Delving into the Delectable World of Scottish Shortbread Cookies

When it comes to comfort treats that have stood the test of time, Scottish shortbread cookies reign supreme. These simple yet utterly delicious treats have a rich history, an exquisite taste, and a unique charm that has captivated taste buds around the world for centuries. Let's take a journey back in time to explore the origins of Scottish shortbread cookies, the varieties that have evolved over the years, and the simple elegance of their ingredients. The origins of Scottish shortbread cookies can be traced back to medieval times in Scotland. Initially known as "biscuit bread," these delightful treats were made from leftover bread dough enriched with sugar and spices. Over time, as ingredients became more accessible, the recipe evolved into what we now recognize as shortbread. During the 16th century, shortbread was considered a luxury only enjoyed by the wealthy due to the high cost of its ingredients. It was often served during special occasions and holidays. Ove

Caramel Cream with Fresh Fruits (Karamelle)

Yesterday I had a couple of friends coming over for a visit and I wanted to prepare something quick but delicious at the same time. Since my friends, Terry and John, like fruits a lot, I decided to use bananas and pears in the recipe.

A different version of this recipe could be a traditional pudding, baked in the oven. I find the traditional version equally easy, but not as quick to make as the one I am giving you here.


Caramel Cream with Fresh Fruits

1 packet of Morfat Caramel Cream
1 ready made packet of Caramel Sauce
24 Savoiardi biscuits
100gr raw almond nuts (crashed)
1 big banana (cut into thin slices)
1 pear (cut into thin slices)
1 rectangular deep pan (see photo)

Preparation Instruction
1) Prepare the Caramel Cream according to the instructions written on the package; allow to cool.
2) Pour the caramel sauce in the pan. Make sure that the bottom of the pan is well covered with the caramel.
3) Lay banana slices on top of the sauce; sprinkle 2 spoons of almonds on top of the banana layer.
4) Form a biscuit layer on top of those; then lay the pear slices on top of the biscuits.
5) Sprinkle 2 spoons of almonds; then form another biscuit layer.
6) Repeat stage (5) for another time. (Three biscuit layers)
7) Finally pour the Caramel Cream on top of the biscuits and refrigerate for at least 4 hours. It is better to serve the next day.


  1. WOW! Too beautiful to eat :) Very nice dessert!

  2. That looks like a wonderful dessert. I noticed the name is that it's Greek name? Karamelle ... it's interesting because if you change that to a C, Caramelle, then you have Italian Candy :)

  3. I say WOW too !!
    I agree - it's too beautiful to eat, but then again - who can resist not to jump and take a bite??

  4. I'm a fan of anything with caramel in the title...and the fact that this is a quick dessert makes it even better!!! YUM.

  5. Wow, this looks delicious and your pictures look great as well.

  6. yummy and healthy combination :)
    looking scrumptious....

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  7. Thanks for checking out my blog. I am not normally a banana person, but this looks really delicious! :)

  8. I've never heard of this one before - looks and sounds very good though. I generally love anything with bananas!

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  10. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I am very happy you did because now I have discovered yours which is full of such delicious foods! Your desserts look so beautiful!

  11. This looks like such a beautiful dessert! I love how quick and easy it is =)

  12. Yum! Caramel! And easy? Sold!

  13. wow.. this looks super perfect..

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  14. What a wonderful desserts and it looks so easy to zip together. Excellent job.

  15. YUMM! Looks so good. I love recipes that look impressive and complicated but are really simple and easy to prepare!

  16. I never have had caramel cream before-this looks delicious. Love the layering. Great post!

  17. Wow - I love the look of that caramel cream - esp as a quick version. Fabulous!

  18. The layered effect is lovely! Bananas and caramel together is a winning combination.

  19. This looks SO decadent, yet relatively simple to make. I'm definitely going to have to test drive this recipe! Yum :-)

  20. Fantastic recipe. No bake, quick and easy. Perfect!

  21. Easy, delicious and really nice fruity caramel this is!

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