For those looking for a new healthy breakfast option, give this a whirl. Packed with chia seeds and soaked in almond milk, it’s not bacon and eggs but it’s still pretty good!
This cake came about as I didn’t have certain ingredients in the recipe at home. It was a pretty cake that I wanted to make, but my pantry and liquor cabinet lacked certain supplies. The result was even better than I could have hoped for!
Cinnamon rolls. Kanelbullar. Kanelbulle. After seeing many #kanelbulle-grams from Ewen, when he was swanning around in Scandinavia; I knew I HAD to make them..and well, quite frankly; it was easier, and cheaper than jumping on the next flight over to stuff my face with all the kanelbulle I could find.
I am an over achiever. There. I said it.
I invited some friends over for breakfast and made so many options incase someone didn’t like one thing. But this granola had everyone fighting for the last bit!
Why not mill some quinoa into flour and make cupcakes! It provides for a lovely toffee flavour.
What do you get when you combine cake, meringue and some of my favourite strawberries?
A strawberry meringue layer cake, recipe by Nigella Lawson.
These cute little tartlets are easy to make, and will wow a crowd!
Belinda Jeffery’s Polish honey cake made with Nerada tea.
Goes perfectly with a cup of tea!
This post is sponsored by Nuffnang. It’s time to take back Sundays with another great recipe inspired by Campbell’s Real Stock. An easy recipe that takes minimum effort, and produces maximum flavour. The smokiness of the paprika, and the richness of the capsicum make for the ultimate bowl of awesomeness. Add chicken and you’ve got
Yesterday a few of us had a deep fry vs air fry lunch. Cherrie even deep fried crumbed cheese (cheddar and Camembert) and may I tell you, whilst it was all delicious, there is such a thing as too much fried food. After sipping gallons of green tea and being as active as possible after
Theme 10: Blue Cookbook Used: Bonne Maman – The Seasonal Cookbook Author: Bonne Maman Okay, so my genius oven burnt the cake, my photos of said burnt cake sucked…. I should have dusted the cake with icing sugar to make it look less burnt. So you will have to deal with Instagram photos. Remember what
Melbourne’s answer to Adriano Zumbo? I’ve not been to Zumbo in Sydney… YET. But I’ve seen enough to think when Zumbo finally opens in Melbourne he may just have a bit of competition. Lux Bite is a cute little cafe with gorgeous looking desserts with quirky names. The staff are extremely friendly, and their enthusiasm
Week 40 Theme: Apple Cookbook Used: The Hummingbird Bakery Cookbook Author: Tarek Malouf and The Hummingbird Bakers This has all my favorites; apples, chocolate, nuts, butter and sugar. I was flicking through the Hummingbird Bakery cookbook at my local bookshop, when this recipe caught my eye. Like I always do, I went back to the
Week 10 Theme: Cool Cookbook Used: Food We Love Author: The Australian Women’s Weekly No matter how many times I tell myself I’m never buying another Women’s Weekly cookbook… I buy at least two. I found this cookbook half price at a discount bookshop; had a quick flick, and knew there were many things I
This recipe wasn’t destined to be on my blog. My mum started making it then we had an old family friend drop by so the cake was stuck at step 1. I ended up finishing it off for her whilst she socialised the night away. If you like hazelnuts, this one is for you! Coming
So going through my new stack of magazines I decided the first recipe to try out were these orange almond cupcakes from an old Donna Hay issue. Baked these for a friendly gathering for an old friend that is down from Sweden. Had a few extras for some friends I was seeing later that day.
This one got eaten within 1 day! I didn’t put in the optional amaretto. VERY moist cake, but everyone who ate it agreed that it was better on it’s own and not with the cream/yoghurt that is suggested to serve with in the recipe. 220g unsalted butter, softened 250g caster sugar 1 teaspoon natural vanilla