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Bread Pudding with Bananas Recipe

Bread pudding is probably one of the easiest desserts to make at home. And it’s an ideal thing to make when you have leftover stale bread to use up so it doesn’t go to waste. I normally put sandwich bread into the fridge on the day of expiry and then use them a few days […]

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Apple and Blueberry Crumble Cake Recipe

My husband taught me how to make Apple Crumble previously. It’s his specialty as it’s probably the only sweet treat he has ever mastered to make. πŸ˜† But of course, it’s also a dessert treat that means something special to the both of us (click on the apple crumble link above to read the full […]

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22 Quick and Easy Dessert Recipes

This is a collection of my best easy dessert recipes in 2016 that includes a mix of Western, Asian, Chinese & Fusion creations. Made of simple (easy-to-find) ingredients with uncomplicated steps so you can try these sweet treats at home anytime. They are very suitable for tea parties and entertaining too. πŸ˜‰ Most if not […]

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Banana with Chocolate and Cheese

This sweet treat recipe is inspired by the Banana Fritters with Chocolate & Cheese that’s sold at the pasar malam here in Singapore. The only difference is that there’s no deep frying involved for this recipe as I just want to keep this a little lighter and healthier which is also a great way to […]

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Nutella French Toast Roll Ups Recipe

Got the inspiration from Pinterest when I saw beautiful pics of these roll ups and thought I would try making them as well. Have added this to my list of recipes that turn stale, day-old bread into delicious treats which is definitely a great way to minimise food waste. πŸ˜‰ I had rolled out each […]

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Chocolate Chip Bread Pudding Recipe

Fridays and Saturdays are fridge-clearing days which is never a bad thing. Since I had almost half a loaf of sandwich bread left, I decided to make bread pudding which is like one of the easiest desserts to make because all we need are some kitchen staples like butter, milk, eggs and sugar. Nothing complicated. […]

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Steamed Green Tea Cake Recipe

I bought this green tea powder from Meidi-Ya supermarket a long time back, used it once or twice and almost forgot all about it until recently when I had leftover red bean paste to use up and I thought of making something matcha to go with it. Realised the powder had already expired but since […]

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5-Ingredient Nutty Breadsticks Recipe

An upgraded version of my Cinnamon Sugar Breadsticks because I added ground almonds this time. This is just incredibly quick and easy to make and it’s just another excellent way to use up day old bread. As usual I don’t like to go crazy with butter or sugar in my recipes but if you like […]

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Whole Wheat Oatmeal Raisin Muffins Recipe

It has been a very sweet week because I’ve posted 4 sweet treat recipes in a row. I had taken a pretty long hiatus from baking as I was trying to eliminate sugars from my diet. However, since taking my current medication, I had been craving for sugary stuffs (all the time) to feed that […]

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Rice Payasam | Kheer Recipe

I remembered the first time I tried kheer (term used in North India) or payasam (South India) at an Indian restaurant, I fell in love with the rice pudding that was sweet, creamy and milky with a lovely cardamom flavour and rose water fragrance. It was made with full fat milk and basmati rice and […]

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Baked French Toast Recipe

I would like to wish all my Muslim readers, Selamat Hari Raya! Hope you all have a wonderful day ahead with lots of good food, good company and good times. πŸ™‚ I’m in a holiday mood today and I just want to make something sweet for a treat. πŸ™‚ This is somewhat similar to a […]

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Banana & Chocolate Chip Mochi Donuts Recipe

I would say this is an improved version of my earlier Baked Pumpkin Mochi Balls recipe. As highlighted before, it wouldn’t be a good idea to go fat free for this recipe by substituting the oil with apple puree, banana mash or the like because the exterior of the mochi would end up ‘uncooked’ so […]

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Baked Pumpkin Mochi Balls with Red Bean Paste (Gluten-Free)

I was introduced to gluten-free baking recently and thought I would do a mochi baking experiment with glutinous rice flour as I was curious to know how oven-baked mochi would turn out to be. In order to reduce calories for this dessert treat, I substituted oil with extra pumpkin puree to give it more moisture. […]

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Apple Crumble Recipe

Today is Chinese New Year Eve. To all my readers who celebrate the Lunar New Year, have a wonderful reunion meal with your loved ones and here’s wishing all good health and a very Happy & Prosperous Monkey Year. Gong Xi Fa Cai! πŸ™‚ Every time I think of the apple crumble, it would just […]

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