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Light and spongy, these lemon olive oil madeleines are so easy to make! You will just need to use a simple one-bowl mix method: mix, fill and bake!
Made with olive oil instead of butter, you will love these madeleines if you prefer a lighter taste for pastries. Read on to find out how to make these delicious, easy madeleines!
Moist but fluffy coffee banana muffins with chocolate chips, and topped with chopped walnuts. Truly a deep, grown-up version of banana muffins. Enjoy them with a cup of coffee – yum!
I’m updating this post with recipe tips and new pictures, from an old post in 2017. Read on to find out how to make these soft coffee banana muffins!
Refreshing, sparkling alcoholic sake cocktail with just 4 easy ingredients – perfect for those hot weather days!
Sake is a colorless Japanese alcoholic beverage made from fermented rice, which usually carries an alcoholic content of about 15% – 16%. Read on to find out how can we make this strong alcoholic drink to a nice, fizzy cocktail that is more drinkable!
Soft chocolate sourdough discard loaf bread, loaded with chocolate chips. This is a straightforward and easy way to use up your sourdough discard, or active starter straight from the fridge.
Read on to find out how to make a loaf of this easy sourdough discard bread!
After making of the Baymax snowskin mooncakes, my kids still wanted to eat more of those mooncakes. So I took a weekday afternoon with the elder one to try making a small batch of cute Sumikko Gurashi snowskin mooncakes.
These snowskin mooncakes uses the same kid friendly snowskin dough recipe as the Baymax snowskin mooncakes. I adjusted the filling ratio to 15g, instead of 20g, so that they do not taste too sweet for the kids this time round.
Read on to find out how to make these cute little mooncakes!
Healthier version of snowskin mooncakes, using coconut oil instead of shortening. These soft, mochi-like Baymax snowskin snowskin are wrapped with any sweet filling of your…
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Hi! I am Cherie.
I’m a mum to 2 kids, and enjoy baking and making meals for the family. You will find tried and tested recipes on my blog.