Apple Caramel Choux

Its Apple Season in Sweden! Thinking about something different to bake every time, and every year can be a bit challenging, however if you really look at bakeries all over, you find staple things such as tarts, buns, choux pastries, cream puffs, cookies and cakes. I mean generally these are the main genres, so this time I thought lets try baking a choux (I know … Continue reading Apple Caramel Choux

Alfajores Con Cajeta – Vanilla cookie with goats milk caramel

An amazing amazing little latin treat, that is loves by many and adored by many more! I absolutly love these delicious delights, and I know you Will to! I was recomended by a fellow baker about using Cajeta, which is goats milk caramel, so ive added that as the main filling for these cookies, however, IF you can’t find goats milk, or simply just want … Continue reading Alfajores Con Cajeta – Vanilla cookie with goats milk caramel

Black Sesame Shortbread Cookies

So there is a new trend around, and its the Black Sesame! Many make black tahini with it and then use it in various ways, but I decided to stick to the natural seed flavour and see how it goes. Mind you this isn’t for everyones liking. You either like it or you really really don’t! I loved it, my husband really didn’t! ha! But … Continue reading Black Sesame Shortbread Cookies

Red Velvet Baked Donuts!

Donuts are amazingly tasty, however the part that I always dislike in baking donuts is the frying in the oil part! It’s just that i’m SO clumsy, always end up getting some sort of oil splatter on me. However, I do love eating donuts.. so I decided to bake them! Then I decided to turn into the flavour that one of my friends ABSOLUTELY loves! … Continue reading Red Velvet Baked Donuts!

5-Minute Almond Scones

Theres nothing like whipping up a great breakfast! Especially on a lazy sunday. Here are my simple 5-minute almond scones, which you can of course add any flavour to. They are simple, quick, very yummy, and super perfect to bake on a lazy day! Here’s how you bake them! INGREDIENTS:  For the Scones- 360g Cups Flour 50g Sugar 1 tbsp Baking Powder 1 tsp salt 300ml Cups Heavy Cream 100ml Almond milk 2 tsp Almond Extract … Continue reading 5-Minute Almond Scones

Mocha Coffee Chocolate Cake with White Chocolate Swiss Buttercream

So there is nothing better than to be asked to do a wedding cake. The joy you get when you know someone trusts you with their special day, is a BIG DEAL! So I prepare myself by bringing the bride & groom over, giving them a cake test session, and letting them decide what they would like in their cake on that special day. This … Continue reading Mocha Coffee Chocolate Cake with White Chocolate Swiss Buttercream

Popcorn Ricotta Caramel Cheesecake

So.. Popcorn.. Ricotta…Caramel.. Cheesecake.. Does it even need an explanation!? I mean how delicious does that sound!? Plus its creamy, a little salty, a little sweet, a little crunchy and then yes! Its exactly what you probably want to eat right now! 🙂 The baking part is very easy, its basically the waiting game of when the cheesecake will be set for you to pour … Continue reading Popcorn Ricotta Caramel Cheesecake

Charcoal Ice Cream with White Chocolate

So the new fad currently is Charcoal, not just grilling with it but eating it. Yes like in food and desserts… for all those not into the whole intense up to date hip foodie thingys, this has become the new ‘IT’ thing to consume. And of course, I also got on the band wagon, and decided to try it out. I have used ‘Activated Coconut … Continue reading Charcoal Ice Cream with White Chocolate

Midnight Macaron – Dark Chocolate Charcoal Macaron

So while the fad of the charcoal is still high in the food and baking culture, i’m going to jump on it and try it out as well! Yes you read that correctly, charcoal, to eat, in like food and stuff.. 😀 And don’t worry, it’s ‘really’ a thing! Ive used ‘Activated Coconut Charcoal’ and decided to create something I know i’m super duper great … Continue reading Midnight Macaron – Dark Chocolate Charcoal Macaron

Kulfi Ice cream

My background is Pakistani, and having come from such a beautiful background it has allowed me to be influenced by amazing ingredients, flavors, smells. One of my favorite things to eat is a Kulfi ice cream. It’s traditionally made from heating milk for hours and hours, adding flavors of saffron, pistachio and cardamom. It’s indulgent in its ingredients, and in its taste. Now let’s face … Continue reading Kulfi Ice cream