During my trip to Australia, I noticed people over there ate Banana Bread quite often; especially for breakfast. I personally didn’t like the taste of it though. My elder sister is really fond of banana bread. She tried to bake it at home and it turned out pretty well. I thought I could share her recipe with you all. You can take an idea from my recipe here for pictures as I don’t have them for this one in particular. Everybody really enjoyed it back home. Hope you all like it too. 🙂Continue reading “Banana Cake | Banana Bread”
Since the past one week, it has been raining here almost everyday. The cool and breezy atmosphere instantly demands you to have a good cup of hot drink along with delicious nibbles. These muffins make an excellent pair with nice strong coffee. The orangey soft centre combined with the intense flavors of chocolate and vanilla just makes the whole experience so satisfying and for that moment it just makes you want nothing more!Continue reading “Ganache Filling Eggless Duet Muffins”
Ever gotten high on Chocolate? I sure have 😉
Try making this soft and spongy chocolate cake with Ice-cream and Oreo Biscuits — You’ll know what I’m talking about. This dessert plate will definitely take you to cloud 9.
Baking a cake can be a really daunting thought for a newbie. It sure was for me. I always took help from my sister until one fine day, I finally decided to bake one all by myself. Thankfully, all went well and since then it has just been a cakewalk for me 😉 . Once you understand the basic recipe of the cake, you will be able to experiment with different cake flavors very easily. Everybody has their own personal recipe for their cakes. I took the basic cake recipe from my elder sister and keep making changes accordingly. Hope you all enjoy this version of mine. You can increase the quantity of sugar if you like. I prefer to keep it less.Continue reading “Eggless Chocolate Cake with Ice-cream”
From the moment I made Chocolate Cheesecake with homemade cream cheese, it was certain I would be trying it out with different flavors, as the cheesecake was such a super hit at home. Everybody really enjoyed relishing it and I enjoyed looking at them enjoying it. 😉 Seriously, it is such a bliss! It is like all the hard work in the kitchen has paid off well.
Summer is around the corner and the fruit and vegetable markets are undergoing a colorful makeover. Mangoes, strawberries, grapes, papaya, oranges, melon…so many juicy fruits have arrived..!! So, mango being one of my favorites in desserts, this time I decided to go for lovely sweet mangoes. I also went to the market looking for mango flavored biscuits, but instead found custard flavor ones. This is the one I have used for the base. I think cardamom flavor would also go well with mango. What say?Continue reading “Mango Cheesecake”
14th February – A day to celebrate love; also coincides with my mother’s birthday. Definitely, there was going to be a cake. I only had to decide which flavor it was going to be. Surfing through my kitchen, I stumbled upon ginger flavored honey. And there— I was ready to give it a try.
The cake turned out moist. Flavor of ginger was coming right through, combined with the natural sweetness from the honey. I did not add any sugar in this recipe, so I believe that cut down a few calories—thereby, making it healthier. 🙂 In this recipe I have used store bought Ginger Honey. If you want to use fresh ginger honey, go ahead! In case, you’re wondering how to make it? You can go here. There is an easy to follow method on this lovely blog accompanied by beautiful pictures.
Ready to spread some baking love? 😉
This is what you will need:-
EGGLESS GINGER HONEY CAKE
¾ cup plain flour
¼ cup milk powder
A little less than ½ cup ginger flavor honey
1 cup unsalted butter/fresh cream
1 tsp baking powder
1 pinch baking soda
¼ cup milk
½ tsp pineapple essence
1. Grease your baking tin and keep aside. Turn on oven at 150 degree centigrade.
2. Dry Ingredients- Combine plain four, milk powder, baking soda and baking powder in a bowl and keep aside.
3. In another bowl, whisk unsalted butter/fresh cream, ginger honey and pineapple essence together.
4. Add your dry ingredients to the honey ginger mixture little by little. Keep adding milk and form a smooth batter.
5. Pour the batter into your greased tin and place it into your pre-heated oven.
6. Bake at 180 degree centigrade for 30 minutes. Check after 20 minutes with a toothpick.
Took a little help for the writing bit from my elder sister. I admit, I need a little practice to write better on cakes 😉
Enjoy this naturally sweet cake with a hot cup of tea! 🙂
Lately, Orange Marmalade has been everybody’s favorite at home. It was my elder sister, who came up with the idea of using it to bake a cake. I thought I could give it a try. Turns out, the cake did show good results. It was a happy ending indeed. 🙂 I feel it makes a perfect tea cake.Continue reading “Orange Marmalade Cake”