Posts Tagged ‘tea’

Apple Cake

I have been searching for a good apple cake recipe that doesn’t involve having to grate the apples or slice it into pretty thins and laying it out in a circle. Not that there’s anything wrong with such aesthetic but when you crave for some cake of some sort for tea, you want to skip […]

Double Chocolate Muffins

The need to make these muffins basically stemmed from my son who seems to always ask for those RM1 chocolate muffins sold at Aeon. It’s either donuts of muffins. Now I don’t know how to make donuts….yet, but what does that say about me if I can’t even knock up a decent batch of chocolate […]

Strawberry Jam

I had a love-hate relationship with strawberry jam. Previously like most kids, my mother used to buy those bright, artificial red ones from the stores and while I did eat them with bread and such, I never had an instilled love for them. It was sour and sickly sugary sweet. And even when I traveled […]

Plain Vanilla Pound Cake

I have mentioned many times before that my son is an avid lover of cakes, (he definitely got that from me and not his dad, haha) so every now and then he would ask me in his straightforward manner, ‘Mummy, I want cake please….’ and I would give in every time. Usually when I want […]

Fluffy Banana Pancakes

Have I mentioned how much I love pancakes?? I LOVE PANCAKES! In all sorts of ways I can have them. If I am extra motivated, I would make a batch for tea and indulge. There is nothing better than a plate of pancakes, a cup of hot beverage and a sit-down with your favourite cookbook. […]

Zebra Bundt Cake

I’m gonna let you in on a little no brainer….a zebra cake is essentially a marble cake done differently. Although I have done a marble cake recipe before, I thought this cake technique-wise was more impressive and I’m sure a lot of you would agree with me. 🙂 So, I made this cake more for […]

Diner Style Pancakes with Blueberry Compote

2 weeks ago, some of my girlfriends from my women’s group came over for a cooking session. We decided to make pancakes. I had this recipe that I wanted to try out for some time now but I needed people to come and eat. This was really the perfect timing. The girls bought all sorts […]

March 2013; Scones Month – Dried Apricots and Walnut Scones

So this would be the last recipe for scones month, I must say this had been a real treat doing scones of different kinds. Some of you might think one would get rather sick with eating scones after that but heck no….I love it just the same and I will continue to explore different recipes […]

March 2013; Scones Month – Cranberry and Lemon Scones

One of my favourite combination of ingredients are cranberries and lemon. They just smell like Christmas all over. I actually made these scones during Christmas last year. I just had my second baby and was going through the confinement period for almost the whole of December. During that time, I was rather bummed having to […]

March 2013; Scones Month – Lena’s Moonlight Rendezvous Scones

This whole month of March would be dedicated to SCONES! If there is one thing that I really want to master is baking scones perfectly. Scones are suppose to be relatively easy to make but I used to fail many times because I could not achieve that fluffness of double-the-size-when-baking results. So for this theme […]

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