In a bowl, beat the softened butter with sugar and egg yolks. Add flour with vanilla sugar and baking powder. Add ground poppy seeds, lemon zest, milk and mix thoroughly. Finally, lightly mix in the foam from the egg whites.
Preheat the oven to 360° F. Grease the Bundt cake form with butter and sprinkle with flour. Transfer the dough into the form and bake for about 45 minutes.
Grind the biscuits, add butter, sugar and then massage it all together until it creates a dough-like texture. Move it to a glass pie dish to form the bottom layer of the cheesecake.
Mix the ingredients with a hand blender. Beat in each egg separately for about 1 minute. Add the mixture to the pie dish to form the cheese layer. Bake in a preheated oven at 325*F for about an hour. After an hour, turn off the oven and let the cheesecake sit there for a bit. Cheesecake is best served the next day.
Place a bowl of chocolate pieces (or chocolate chips) in a water bath. After it has melted, let it cool. Whisk the butter, sugar and vanilla extract and add the melted chocolate. Then, whisk one egg at a time into the mixture. Finally, add the flour with cocoa and baking powder. When the dough is nice and smooth, place it in the fridge (preferably overnight). The next day, preheat the oven to 380F and bake small balls of the dough covered in granulated sugar first, then in powdered sugar, on a lined cookie sheet for about 10-12 minutes. Let them cool after they are done.
Put oil in a blender and keep adding the spinach until it has been mixed thoroughly.
In a larger bowl mix eggs, buttermilk, sugar and add the spinach mixed with oil. Finally, sift the flour (mixed with baking soda and salt) into the mix and blend everything nice and smooth.
Pour the dough into a 20 cm round mold, line the bottom with baking paper and bake at 350 F for about 45-50 minutes (test with a skewer to see if it is done).
Let the cake cool down, cut off the top and save it on the side for later.
Whip 100 ml heavy cream with 250 g of mascarpone, 10 g of vanilla sugar and 40 g of powdered sugar. First slowly, for about a minute and then whip using the highest speed for about 2 minutes. Slow down the blender again and mix in 125 g of Farmer cheese (adding it by spoons).
Put the frosting on the cooled cake.
Crumble the cut off top of the cake and sprinkle the crumbs over the frosting.