Have you ever eaten madeleines before? These scallop-shaped cakelets are not only pretty on the plate but also a delight to eat, especially when warm. It’s a good thing that they are also quite simple to make.
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There’s no better way to end a Christmas Aussie lunch but with a cool and creamy dessert like this Christmas ice cream. This recipe may take a bit of effort and patience to make. But once you get to taste this heavenly treat, you’ll be more than happy that you took the time to prepare it for family and friends to enjoy!
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Hosting a housewarming party does not have to be complicated and stressful. With a little creative planning and helpful friends, you can lessen the load by opting for a potluck theme instead. To help you get started, we’ve listed some easy yet fun potluck ideas you and your guests will definitely enjoy putting together.
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Ready for your housewarming party? Not without a delectable spread to match. And with the cold days behind us, what better way to greet your guests than with refreshing food and drinks that have summer written all over them.
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I like working with herbs when cooking or baking. I especially love how they can work wonders on the simplest of dishes. With just a few fragrant sprigs, each herb can add that special and distinct flavour. The Italians’ focaccia bread is one good example—the herbs added to the dough make it delightful to eat even on its own!
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Have you ever tried combining two baked treats together? I especially love doing this so I can enjoy a mix of textures and flavours in one bite. Try doing this clever technique by baking a creme brulee cheesecake. With this cake on the table, you now have a good excuse to have two desserts instead of one.
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Waking up in the morning can be a challenge for most of us. And it gets even harder during the colder months. But when there are warm and soft orange rolls to greet you in the morning, you’ll be more than happy to get up early to start making the coffee.
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What makes winter exciting? Working with the oven, of course! And with lemons at their best this season, what better way to spend a cold day at home than to make delightful lemony goodies like a classic pound cake.
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Banana is a special fruit that can be used in more than one way. You can enjoy it as is for a quick healthy snack, coat it in batter to make crisp fritters, or mix it with dulce de leche and cream for a decadent banoffee pie. And when bananas start turning brown on your kitchen counter, there’s an even longer list of recipes to put them to good use. Of course, banana bread easily tops that list. Continue reading “Mini Banana Bread Recipe”
Toast is nearly a universal breakfast staple. It’s so quick to make, filling, and easy to dress up, there’s probably a toast for every occasion. So here are three breakfast toast options to take you from rushed mornings to leisurely brunches.
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