HAPPY NEW YEAR! The very first post in 2013! YAAAAY!! So how was your new year’s celebration? Did you do anything interesting? Party? Stayed at home? Slept for a year or stayed up for a year? *lame jokes*😀 Anyway, we have another unique ingredient again for this month theme. It can be a fruit and […]
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Thank you for everyone who has submitted and share their wonderful recipes. They all look very tasty. And speaking of next month challenge, once again we have to skip it because of our personal matters. Really sorry for that. We’ll try to be better at this skipping challenge thing so hopefully something like this won’t […]
For the last entry of this month challenge, we have Miraa Nihlaa from Mimi cakes who shared her simple recipe which might fit for an afternoon tea snack companion — Crumble Cashew Cornflakes Choco with us. For a full post and recipe, please visit her blog here.
For this month challenge, I made an Almond Cheesecake with Lemon. The cheesecake itself is actually a Swedish Cheesecake that have a really different consistency and texture compared to the regular cheesecake. To see the full post and recipe, please visit my blog here. The almond and the lemon really works well and I still can taste […]
For this entry we have Chelle Handojo who shared her Peanut Butter Ice Cream Pie which might be a fun alternative to share with family or friends on the weekend. For the complete recipe, you can check it here.
Hi everyone! We finally have our first post of this year. This recipe come from Tina at Whisks & Chopsticks. This biscotti will make a great snack for afternoon tea or just whenever you need to have something sweet. You can check the full recipe on her blog here.
Really sorry for the late post, it has been a very busy week for us. But finally we are at the end of the sweet month and it’s time to round-up all the submission we have received this past month. Big thanks to everyone for sharing these wonderful recipes. Don’t forget to join us on […]
Sarikaya is one type of Indonesian spread. It usually made from egg, coconut milk, sugar and pandan. Pretty much like a very thick custard that we spread n the bread / toast. However, this sarikaya made by Miraa Nihlaa at My Mimi Stuffs is slightly different because she added uncommon spice for sarikaya spread, cinnamon. […]