We asked some local Ghent restaurant chefs for some recipies with cider in.

We are aiming to reach 15 in total.



15 gr butter

4 eggs

250 ml milk

250 ml Journey Cider

1 1/2 tablespoon of icing sugar

300 gr flour

sniff of salt

Melt the butter, mix the eggs in a big bowl and then mixc it with the melted butter. Add the sugar, the salt, milk and cider and mix it. 

Take a sieve and gently sieve the flour over the bowl. Mix this good and let it rest for 30 minutes.

Take your best pan and melt a little bit of butter into it. Take a scoop of the mix, pour it in the pan and bake it until it has a niece light brown color.

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Onion Soup


1 kg of onions                                            2 tablespoons butter

2 tablespoons oil                                250 ml of Journey Cider

2 L of bouillon                                                                        Thime

Clove of garlic                       Some spring onions or scallions

150 gr grinded cheese                                      Salt and pepper

Take a big pot, chop the onions, add some butter in the pot and stir caramelise the chopped onions in the pot. Don’t let the onions become golden brown. Add the fresh time, salt and pepper and stir. Add the garlic and the cider to the mix, also lower the heat on the pot. Add the bouillon and cook it on the low heating for 30 minutes.

Take a bowl, put some soup in it. Cut the scallions or spring onions, put some on top of the soup in the bowl. Put some cheese on top also and put in a preheated oven for 10 minutes at 200 degrees C. Take it out when the cheese gets a nice brown color.