A delicate, sponge cake that can be made to suit your taste buds! Add vanilla or another flavoring and top with any frosting of your choice! This really is a universal recipe that you can bake anytime and for any occasion.
If you’re looking for an easy, soft and fluffy dough recipe, look no further! I have it right here for you! This dough recipe can be made in a stand mixer with the dough hook attachment and doesn’t need to be kneaded. You can make cinnamon rolls, dinner rolls or bread out of this recipe.
A quick and easy version of a traditional Lemon Meringue Pie, this recipe uses condensed milk and a biscuit base for a tasty, yet effortless tart!
If you’ve never heard of or made Pavlova, it is basically a beautiful, glossy French Meringue that is baked in the oven at low heat and dries out on the outside to form a crispy shell, but stays chewy on the inside.
Milk Tart, or as it is traditionally called in South Africa, Melktert (in Afrikaans), is a typical dessert and most, if not all South Africans know this sweet, custard dessert.
Growing up in South Africa, these biscuits were a staple in most households I imagine and for good reason!! Romany Creams are basically a chocolate biscuit with a coconut cookie that is sandwiched together with melted chocolate!
If you’re a chocolate addict (as am I…), then you are definitely going to want to make these! They are NO joke…chocolate in the shell, chocolate in the filling and chocolate on top! Why not?? It’s not like you’re going to eat ALL of them or bake them every week…!! Just trust me, they’re too good not to try! They’re great for all occasions too as they’ll be a hit with anyone & everyone!!
This is a fool-proof recipe that is always a favorite in any household! As you might or might not know, I live in France and the french don’t really know about carrot cake…so when I mention that a cake has carrots in, you can imagine the looks I get! BUT, once they taste it, they understand what all the fuss is about! So, without keeping you waiting any longer, let’s get to How to make this scrumptious Carrot Cake!!
Who doesn’t need a good oat cookie recipe in their back pocket?? I have just that for you with this tasty & versatile recipe. You can add almost anything you feel like to this recipe. The main ingredients always remain the same and then you can add other ingredients like, chocolate, nuts or raisins! Great, right?
Around the month of April you will start to see these buns in stores and all over the internet. That is because they are traditionally associated with Easter and are specifically eaten on Good Friday. The bun represents different things, such as the cross and the spices, but if you are interested to know more than feel free to research this subject more.