So I am updating you a bit, since I am waiting for a school event to start and have nothing better to do 😉
My applepie fries turned out to be a well-smelling, well-tasting mess :p they were very soft and not really sticka ,it all just got like one big mess.
I am almost through with my first year of nurseschool (only have two to go) and so far I am doing pretty well (at least I have passed every examen I have written so far).
Me and Jonas are looking for a new place to live. Jonas got a job, and so do I for the summer and hope that I will be allowed to continue working there after the summer, too.
Well, that is pretty much it, so I’ll go back to waiting then 😉

When you see something good…

…you just have to try it, right? So I saw this receipe for apple pie fries (link down below) and just thought I have to try this, like, now! But as always I hade to come up with my own receipe first, since it can’t contain gluten, milk (read lactose) or egg.

So the first step for something like this is to get a general idea what the original receipe would create. Will it be a crust, a filling, a topping etc etc. Furthermore you want to get a general idea of which kind of texture the original receipe would have, what kind of dough the original ingrediens would create. Finally you’ll have to come up with ingrediens that can substitue or complement to the original receipe. In the end, most times, you will have made your very own receipe that will have quite few things in common with the original.

Well, I’m gonna let you know how it turned out (if it doesn’t go really, really bad then maybe I will just “forget” about it). Until then you can try the original receipe yourself:


As for the “caramel ketchup” I just use 3/4 cup lactose-free cream, 3/4 cup sugar, 1/3 cup of  sugar syrup and a little vanilla. Stirr it all together in a saucepan until the sugar has resolved and it’s got a nice color and texture -done!

I would love to hear about your experience with the receipes so please comment down below and link to your pictures!