Almond & Oat biscuits with frozen rhubarb clouds

Almond biscuits w. rhubarb clouds

So much is happening right now… or at least that is how I feel. The summer, heat and love are just unstoppable right now, and I am enjoying every second of it. Yesterday we celebrated Jonas birthday. It was an amazing day – so much sun, so many friends and oh that big barbecue dinner. Last weekend I had wonderful visit from Clara and Pau – two catalan journalist following (me) a tasty love story and my way around the town. Soon I will be partly hosting my very first food related event ever – and I’m telling you I am very excited (for more info check out the blogs facebook site). The two next weekends will be filled with the baptisms of Jonas little cousin and next my little cutie pie of a niece Verona – oh how I love that name!!
In about a months time we will be leaving for the phillipines and Shanghai and be away for almost 4 weeks, and before that I will be ending my amazing internship at Arla… wow I can’t actually keep track myself.

Rhubarbs - ready to become a lovely compote

Another very important thing happening right now is the we are finding ourself in the middle of the rhubarb and ice cream season – two very important and A-listed foods that we absolutely can not and must not be missing! I have already (luckily) included rhubarbs in a prior post but this time it will be paired with the famous and beloved ice cream.

Almond biscuits w. rhubarb clouds

Since I have always been quite fascinated by the concept of ice cream sandwiches – there’s something absolutely right about pairing ice cream with a crispy element – I chose to make a crunchy and nutrient filled almond biscuit to serve with this homemade and fluffy ice cream.
The ice cream in it self is quite good – sweet, sour, light and fluffy. You can make it in an ice cream maker (It will give a more velvet result) or alternatively just freeze while stirring occasionally. The base is made from whipped cream and sour cream and finally folded with homemade rhubarb compote – simple and divine!

Almond biscuits w. rhubarb clouds

The funny thing about this dessert is that it actually resembles everything that is going on in my life right now! Not only does it represent this amazing season that we are in, it also includes some of my favourite foods, my current preference of simplicity, the bright colours that I wanna wear -and at last but not least it reminds me of pink, pretty clouds – hence the name – and the expression to be floating on air…

Almond biscuits w. rhubarb clouds

Almond biscuits w. rhubarb clouds


  1. DawnDawn06-08-2013

    I like your blog. I’m going to try your wholegrain crisp bread and muesli buns. I just recently discovered kamut flour and am intrigued about the baking possibilities!

    • Josephine MaleneJosephine Malene06-12-2013

      Oh welcome to the world of Kamut – you’ll get highly addicted, it is great! Enjoy all the recipes & thank you :)

  2. ChristinaChristina04-29-2014

    Oh have to buy rhubarb tomorrow so I can try this. GREAT

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