Portugese Custard Tarts

For the pastry lovers here is a delicious and traditional Portugese recipe, the Portugese custard tarts also known as Pastel de nata. Photo from Margaret’s cafe in Macau Ingredients: 1 1/3 cups (270 grams) of caster sugar 1/2 cup (160 ml) of water 1 cinammon stick 1 cup (250 ml) of milk 1/2 cup (150…

3 ways to make a wonderful fit-pancake

If you’ve always thought that eating healthy and balanced food is too hard for you, you couldn’t have been more wrong! The three recipes of these strong and powerful girls will make you change your mind for sure. As a matter of fact, their posts and activity on social medias (such as Instagram and YouTube)…

Raspberry-Ricotta Cake

Photo by Nicole Franzen Ingredients 1 1/2 cup (225 gr) plain flour 1 cup (240 gr) caster sugar 1/2 teaspoon salt 2 teaspoon baking powder 3 eggs 1 1/2 cup (400 gr) ricotta cheese 115 gr melted butter 2 teaspoon vanilla extract 1 1/4 cups fresh or frozen raspberries (or as many as you want)…

Pumpkin-chocolate cake

Pumpkin Pumpkin is a perfect food for feeding in autumn and in winter. Besides the classical use for making delicious soups or the practical cooking in the oven, the flesh is very suitable for the preparation of special cakes! Rich in vitamins A and B, this food has very important nutritional properties for the organism….

Overnight Porridge

Porridge  The best thing about a good porridge (a traditionnal english meal) is that it’s one of the most versatile and complete dishes that you can make. It’s perfect for breakfast, but also at lunch or for dinner if you prefer a savoury version. It takes only a very few minutes to prepare. You can…

Baileys Chocolate Poke Cake

One of my personal favorite desserts is the all time classic chocolate cake. Although, the perfect chocolate cake is hard to find. In the pursuit of this glorious delight, I stumbled upon this slightly adult version of this dessert. Perfect for girls’ night in and dinner parties. Ingredients Cooking spray For the cake: 1 3/4…

Apple crumble

A lazy twist on the classic apple pie. It is a British pudding that originated during World War II food rationing. This recipe is easy to make, which allows for any substitutions or alternatives to suit everyone’s dietary preferences. The ease level makes it a perfect dessert to both make and enjoy with kids, family…

Milk slices

You don’t have to buy milk slices to eat them. You can make one by yourself! Who doesn’t love milk slices? And because we love them too, we have prepared a recipe for Milk Slice Cake so you can enjoy it anytime you want. Time: 40 minutes (plus at least 2 hours in the fridge)…

Apple & blackberry crumble?

We know that you like fruits and this is normal because they are tasty and you can relish on them. So how about apples and blackberries? They can be your perfect breakfast or brunch. The Recipe Ingredients 120g plain flour 60g caster sugar 60g unsalted butter at room temperature, cut into pieces 300g Braeburn apple…

Mug cake

Mug cakes have became popular. And we couldn’t leave them behind without giving you a recipe for a homemade one! Our mug cake is free from any additional sugar and food preservatives. Besides, it’s delicious and perfect for lunch. It’s also good for breakfast, especially when you have a hard night or need to boost…

Try this recipe for delicious carrot cake!

Carrot cake is one of the favourite cakes in UK. Also, outside the British islands, carrot cakes gained popularity and can be bought in cafe, bakery or regular shops. The main ingredient of the cake are, of course, carrots. But the mix of nuts and spices make the carrot cake a perfect treat for afternoon…

5 tasty recipes for Chocolate lovers

Chocolate About 4000 years ago, chocolate was considered as a bitter beverage rather than as a sweet treat. Evidence have been found that chocolate was produced by pre-Olmec cultures living in present-day Mexico in the early 1900 B.C. They first cultivated cacoa plants found in the tropical rainforests of Central America, roasted and ground the…