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Kheer is an integral part of every Indian’s home. I don’t know why but it is one of those comforting desserts that just bring a smile to my face. My recipe has the perfect balance of sweetness and a bite from the rice and nuts as well as a beautiful aroma from the saffron.
You can’t go wrong with my cheese cake recipe. This raspberry cheese cake is rich and topped with a layer of raspberry coulis and fresh plump raspberries and a light dusting of icing sugar.
Crepes are really one of the simplest breakfast items to make and that’s why they are the perfect things to make for Mother’s Day for that special woman in everyone’s lives. These 20 mins simple crepes go well with a spread of peanut butter or chocolate spread, strawberries, banana or even just a drizzle of honey.
These moist vanilla cupcakes are so easy to make is the best vanilla cupcakes recipe that you will ever find. These are my go to recipe any time I was some quick dessert or have little children coming over on short notice.
A dessert with only 3 ingredients? Yes, you read that right. This dessert is so simple but so tasty. This 3 ingredient white chocolate fudge is a hit in my family and will be one in yours too. Enjoy!
Poke cakes have gained popularity in the recent months. But what makes them so special? This Vanilla Poke Cake is a combination of the best ever Vanilla cake that is so fluffy and moist (better than you would find at the bakery-it’s that good), layer of ganache to fill the “pokes”, a layer of whipped cream topped with crushed NuVita Choco-Chip Shortbread Biscuits and a final drizzle of chocolate sauce.
Cake made with digestive biscuits? Trust me, this Digestive Snack Cake is light and delicious and the perfect snack to go with your afternoon/evening tea.
Who doesn’t like Ice cream and who doesn’t like cupcakes? Now you can have them both. These ice-cream stuffed chocolate cupcakes topped with a swirl of chocolate buttercream are divine!
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.
Warm carrot cake with a hint of spice and a cup of tea, can it get any better than that? Yes, it can! My version uses crushed coconut cookies to give it that lovely hint of coconut and a different depth of flavour to the ordinary carrot cake. If you are not a fan of cookies, substitute with chopped walnuts for a classic carrot cake recipe.