Kremówka, Napoleonka; Poland

My Pastries 2 cups milk * 1 cup heavy cream 1 teaspoon of paste wanilliowej (or the seeds of 1 vanilla pod or 25 g of vanilla sugar) 150 g of sugar 6 egg yolks 3 tablespoons cornstarch ** 1 tablespoon flour 100 g of butter at room temperature

Krempita, Balkans

Is this Cream Slice from Slovenia? Oh, I so hope so! The one and only cream pie: Krempita!

Mille-feuille, France

The mille-feuille ("thousand sheets"), vanilla slice, custard slice, also known…

Crèmeschnitte, Switzerland

Cremeschnitte - a vanilla and custard cream cake dessert popular in several central-European countries. There are many regional variations, but they all include puff pastry base and custard cream

Tompouce, the Netherlands

No recipe attached, just picture. Looks like cheesecake between two crusts with a raspberry iced topping and a squeeze of icing on top.

Francúzsky Krémeš; Czech, Slovakia

Francúzsky Krémeš (French Creams) - Kremes is a puff pastry desert popular in Slovak and Czech pastry shops. It's two layers of puff pastry with custard and whipped cream layers in between layers of thin chocolate.

Karpatka, Poland

historia-polski: “Karpatka “True to the traditional Polish recipe, named after Karpaty (Carpathian Mountains), a long mountain range in Southern Poland. Unlike the traditional French.