Okay that’s quite a mouthful but a remarkably modest name for this pudding I’m going to tell you about and I came up with it. The story goes like this, I woke up real early (4:30 am) one day and decided I wanted to have banoffe (banana pie) but at the same time I wanted … Continue reading My Banana Leche Pudding
It's almost the finale of summer, not that I'm too sad about it , for it has been ridiculously hot.I'll always be a winter human anytime anywhere. Plums are what I see as the reminiscent of what’s left of summer. I bought the juiciest and loveliest plums at the Dubai fruit and vegetable market this … Continue reading Fresh Plum Cake
The past week has been so busy. Ive literally been running in circles trying to manage between orders and the bake sale that I was hosting. Also I'm going back to my love for painting ! I used to keep myself occupied with acrylic painting as my hobby before I fell in love with cooking. … Continue reading 6 Mins molten Lava Chocolate Cake
How have you all been ? This month has just been so busy for me ! I havent had the time to sit down and write a blog post though I have been trying a lot of new recipes lately.Also Ive been caught up in other things like painting and drawing which Ill be updating … Continue reading The yummiest cinnamon buns ever !
Hey guys, how are you all doing? I hope 2017 is treating you well.It’s been so long since I’ve put out a post. I’ve been feeling uninspired and unenthusiastic lately. Anyway it’s Friday and Friday is always merry. I decided to try something different today. I made an item that I’ve been craving since so … Continue reading Fail proof Japanese Cheesecake
Hot cocoa, drinking chocolate or cocoa, most commonly known as hot chocolate. The first chocolate beverage is believed to have been created by the Aztecs around 2,000 years ago, and a cocoa beverage was an essential part of Aztec culture by 1400 AD. Until the 19th century, hot chocolate was even used medicinally to treat ailments such … Continue reading Spice Up Your Hot Chocolate – 5 different ways! Winter series.
I had always thought that making these swirl buns and cinnamon buns is way complicated and not for me to try. My little cousin loves nutella and basically anything straight out of the oven. He came over to my place once and wanted something sweet that very instance.... kids *rolls eyes*. I had some left … Continue reading Mini Nutella Buns
The word crêpe is French for pancake and is derived from the Latin crispus meaning “curled”. Crêpes originated in Brittany, in the northwest region of France. Crêpes were originally called galettes, meaning flat cakes. The crepe was initially made with buckwheat as white wheat flour which had been as expensive as sugar, honey or meat. White … Continue reading Perfect Crepes in a Pan
Perfect for the cold“The Ginger bread Man is perfect: He's cute, he's sweet, and doesn't get upset when you bite his head off!” We’ve all heard of the fairy-tale gingerbread man who escapes from countless pursuers and eventually met his demise in the jaws of a fox but the real gingerbread man dates way back in … Continue reading Ginger Bread Man Cookies with no Molasses
Winter is a season of celebrations and nothing screams festivity like a piece of carrot cake. We are already into the third week of November. Time flies. After hours and hours of toiling my brain for wintery recipes to share with you all, I couldn’t think of anything better than the carrot cake. It’s full … Continue reading Spiced Carrot Cake – Winter