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Black Sesame Pumpkin Mochi Bread Recipe

In my previous Baked Pumpkin Mochi Balls Recipe, I had substituted oil with extra pumpkin puree just to keep the treats lower in fat and calories which obviously wasn’t a great idea. So this time round, I remade the recipe with the addition of sunflower oil which not only gave the mochi bread a better […]

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Banana Oatmeal Cookies Recipe

Two weeks ago, I had posted the pre-order information for Bake & Celebrate: Cookies and Treats that will be out in stores very soon. This recipe book is a collection of 42 recipes for delectable cookies and treats that are contributed by selected top food & lifestyle bloggers and instagrammers from Singapore and the region. […]

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Spinach Muffins Recipe (with Goji Berries & Corn)

I must be the first person to come up with such an unusual muffin flavour, haha. When I told the husband that I was making Goji Berries, Corn and Spinach Muffins, he initially expected the muffins to be savoury but was pleasantly surprised to find out that they were actually sweet dessert muffins. It was […]

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Rosemary Cheese Crackers Recipe

I bought some cookie cutters from Tokutokuya and just couldn’t wait to start using them so I randomly made up a cheese biscuit/cracker recipe with some leftover cheddar cheese in the fridge. With a mini 3.5cm star cookie cutter and a slightly bigger butterfly shape one, this recipe could easily yield about 125 crackers in […]

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Pear and Peach Muffins Recipe

Having a girlie catch up with K so I made Pear and Peach Muffins for tea. For those of you who are interested to add (more) fruits into your bakes, check these recipes out: Apple Pear Bread Pudding Muffins Blueberry and Guava Muffins Cranberry Streusel Muffins I like to use fresh fruits instead of those […]

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Banana Carrot Cake Recipe

Recently I bought a bunch of bananas from the supermarket (some new brand that I hadn’t tried before) and although they had sat on my counter top for days and had turned completely yellow on the outside, the flesh inside was still somewhat dry and firm. If I had a dehydrator, I could probably turn […]

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Apple Pear Bread Pudding Muffins Recipe

It’s extremely gratifying to bake on a Friday because it’s the day of the week when I’ll always try to clear out the fridge. I can enjoy a sweet treat while saving money ‘cos I need not spend extra to buy tea time snacks and I can reduce food waste too, lol. 😉 Anyway, this […]

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Banana Chocolate Chip Squares Recipe

The husband and I decided to stay home today to clear some work before our staycation & food hopping trip next week. And I felt inspired to bake something so we could have something to munch on for tea. With a bunch of bananas and a pack of chocolate chips left in my pantry, I was able […]

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Home-made pizza sauce and tortilla pizza recipes

I have always preferred thin-crusted pizzas (like Spizza’s) to classic hand-tossed thicker ones as the crunch of the crispy crust gives the pizza an inviting texture without filling me up so I can enjoy more varieties of different flavours. At home, the husband and I eat tortilla wraps regularly so they will always be in […]

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Happy Avenue’s Home Baked Kueh Lapis – New Flavours

* Sponsored Review * In my previous review on Happy Avenue (click here to read), I had raved about Judy Then’s traditional plain kueh lapis which I totally adore. It is a layered cake any kueh lapis aspires to be – buttery rich and full of egg flavour – minus the unwelcome grease on the fingers. When Judy told me she would […]

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Happy Avenue – Artisan Home Baked Cupcakes & Decadent Treats

* Sponsored Review * What started as an impromptu charity bake sale to help raise funds for a needy family 1 1/2 years ago has unfolded a new chapter for Singaporean cake artisan, Judy Then. Judy once passed by Happy Avenue at MacPherson Road and had that road name etched on her memory since then. […]

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Baked Doughnuts Recipe

It’s a donut frenzy! In order to come up with a moist, cake-like texture baked doughnut, I made 3 batches before I nailed it right. And the final batch of donuts turned out so good that the first 2 batches are now neglected 🙁 But it’s not a bad thing after all. Cooking and baking […]

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Corn Muffins Recipe

It’s been a long while since I last ate corn muffins at Kenny Rogers Roasters. And I remembered how warm, fluffy and moist they were each time I took a bite into them. I came across a box of corn meal at Cold Storage one day and decided to try creating these muffins at home. […]

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Tiramisu Charlotte Cake (no liqueur, less coffee) Recipe

For my Dad’s recent birthday, I had wanted to make a durian cake for him since durian is his favourite fruit. But due to the hazy weather earlier alongside with the presence of the unwelcomed flu bug at home, I had to change the durian cake to a Tiramisu Charlotte Cake which is less ‘heaty’ compared […]

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Red Velvet Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting & Seasonal Berries Recipe

For my husband’s birthday, I decided to bake him a red velvet cake which is considered my first attempt at professional cake decorating. It is also the first patisserie-standard choice of cake I ever considered making. It is a big risk because I’m no expert in baking so anything could go wrong. Normally I only […]

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Queen of Pudding Cakes Recipe

Left with a couple of soon-to-expire large eggs and not wanting them to go to waste, I decided I’d do a cake this time which I’m sure my husband would fancy (he loves cakes to bits!). Just a little treat for him since he’s working from home. Inspired by the popular British dessert, Queen of […]

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