Soft and chewy bagel bites that are ready in 20 minutes, you can top them with cinnamon sugar or everything bagel topping. They are addictive both ways
It has been ages since my last daring kitchen challenge.The past few months have been crazy busy with […]
A family recipe that has been handed down for years. This is the ultimate banana bread recipe and you have to try it
Raise your hand if you hated spinach as a kid or if you still do.. I was one […]
Facing an empty lunch box every morning can be an intimidating task. You want to give your kids […]
The July Daring Bakers’ Challenge was brought to us by Manal from Manal’s Bites. She introduced us to […]
Flaky layered pastry,crackling with every bite, irresistibly decadent no matter what the filling is. Whether you choose cheese, minced beef, chocolate, coconut and raisins, halwa or muhallabieh, this deceivingly simple looking pastry is bound to have you hooked after the first bite.
I love recipes that feature a blend of spices. There is something about the smell and the combination of flavors that I simply can’t resist.
For the month of December, Andrea from 4pure took us on a trip to the Netherlands. She challenged us to take our taste buds on a joyride through the land of sugar and spice by baking three different types of Dutch sweet bread. I chose to make the lightest: peperkoek.
Peperkoek or Kruidkoek is a Dutch sweet quick bread made with a wonderful blend of warming spices like cloves, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. Many recipes also feature succade (candied citrus peel) . Peperkoek is traditionally served at breakfast in Holland with a thick layer of butter on top, as a replacement for regular bread. However due to its sweet taste it is also served as a snack or packed in the kids’ lunch boxes
The November Daring Baker’s challenge took us for a ride! Luisa from Rise of the Sourdough Preacher challenged us to make Paris-Brest, a beautiful pastry celebrating the Paris-Brest bicycle race.
A Paris–Brest is a French dessert, made of choux pastry and a praline flavoured cream.The pastry was created in 1910 to celebrate the Paris–Brest–Paris bicycle race which began in 1891. The Paris brest is always shaped like a circle. The circular shape is supposed to represent the bicycle wheel.
If you walk into any bakery in Amman in the morning, you will be enchanted by the smell […]
The August Daring Bakers’ Challenge took us for a spin! Swathi of Zesty South Indian Kitchen taught us […]