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Don’t you ever wish you could have pizza for breakfast, lunch and dinner? Pizza all the time anyone? Now you can have it without the guilt of missing breakfast. My breakfast pizza is topped with all your morning favourites.. There’s sausages, eggs and bacon too, of course topped with the new Cheese Love Pizza Cheese which makes it super cheesy and yummy. Oh and did I mention this is the best Pizza base recipe too!
My home made doughnuts are super soft and fluffy and are so easy to make, i’m sure these will be your go to recipe every single time. Coat them in my super easy sugar glaze topped with crushed NuVita Chocolate Cookies or coat them in some caster sugar, either way you will love them!
The mornings are always so busy to make myself something for breakfast, so i’ve been resorting to muffins with my morning tea. These oat and chocolate chip muffins are my go to muffin recipe to satisfy the muffin cravings.. is that even a thing? Well, yes it is, for me!
There is nothing that tastes as good as soft meatballs soaked in a beautifully flavoured sauce and served with warm soft layered Chapati’s. This dish is an absolute winner!
The best thing about making a banana cake is how simple it is and yet so delicious. This recipe is also perfect to use up those over ripe bananas and what’s even better is the comforting feeling of coming back home after a long day of work to a slice of this moist banana cake and a cup of tea.
This incredibly soft and airy milk bread is made using a special technique that involves a “roux” which is the starter. Once you make this at home, you will never be buying bread from the super markets again. This fluffy bread can made into loaves, pull apart buns, burger buns or even mini dinner rolls.
Mandazi is a popular snack that is sold at almost every local restaurant and by the road side too and usually taken for breakfast with a cup of tea. This lemon mandazi adds a whole new element of flavour to the regular mandazi.
The secret to a soft layered Kenyan chapati is the dough. A dough that is soft will also produce soft chapati’s. Chapati, also commonly known as Chapo’s, are common in Kenya and eaten with sukuma wiki, stew, nyama (meat) and are even taken on it’s own with some tea. In this recipe, I show you how to form the layers in the chapati in four different ways.
Some may call it puff puff, mandazi ya kumimina, kaimati without the sugar syrup or even mandazi ya maji. Whatever you want to call it, these little puffed balls of deliciousness are an amazing snack for any time of the day with a nice hot cup of tea.
Have you ever heard of Mkate wa Sembe (Swahili words directly translating to bread of maize meal). This bread/cake is a delicious accompaniment for tea time. It is also known as Mkate wa Mayai or a Swahili Sponge Cake.