Here we are again, still in quarantine. For the same reasons as I mentioned in my last post, I'm keeping on with the simple ingredients and on budget baking. This time I've decided to try a recipe for a simple Milk Tart, which technically for me is just a Custard pie, but hey potato potato.
This is the time to use pantry staples and everything you had on the freeze. So I made this Yogurt and blueberry cake! Check it out!
February is here and the only special date that breaks up the month is Valentine's day. Needless to say not all of us want to celebrate this holiday, while others actually do enjoy the romance of the season. I'm of the opinion that any excuse to do something different is valid, so if you want … Continue reading 5 Dates with your Valentines / Gallentines
I promise I wasn't trying to make it all starting with a C but here we are, Chocolate & Cayenne Crinkle Cookies.
These are so delicious that I can't believe I only had this idea right now! I was thinking that I was the first to have the brilliant idea of having a donut made out of choux pastry, but sadly I wasn't, obviously. However, I do think the full flavor combination is quite a rare one right?
This is the season for Grapefruits to be super cheap and so here's a cake to use all those fruits we have lying around. This is a simple fluffy cake, so easy to make in fact that I find it ideal for a Sunday morning bake. How lovely would it be to have a slice … Continue reading Grapefruit Cake
It's almost Christmas and I had to join the cookie baking madness! Who doesn't love to receive a few cookies over this season? Or just have the lovely smell of freshly baked cookies invade the all house? Also stuffing your face and the faces of your loved ones is possibly the most Christmassy thing ever! So I've made this easy Shortbread Chocolate Swirl Cookies to give away and I'm pretty happy how they turned out.