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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These delicious bites are made from homemade sausage mixture wrapped in puff pastry. No fuss with garnish or assembling, just make sure there is plenty of tomato sauce to dunk them in! Continue reading “Epic Sausage Rolls Recipe”
Dehydrating is a great way to preserve any produce in season or make delicious and easy snacks for lunchboxes or on the go. These three dehydrator recipes are simple to make yet look so impressive, you need to give them a try asap. Continue reading “Three Dehydrator Recipes You Need to Try Today”
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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On the 25th of April each year on Anzac Day, all of Australia honours and remembers our men and women who served and lost their lives in military and peacekeeping service. If you’re joining a Dawn Service, why not pack some Anzac biscuits to share at the gunfire breakfast or picnic afterwards. Or just make them to enjoy at home! Continue reading “Traditional Anzac Biscuits Recipe”
I’ve always been interested in baking. Back in the day when I had no idea what a stand mixer was, I remember spending my weekends baking at home, mixing everything by hand. I used to read the backs of cake mix boxes and would cut out and save those recipes I thought I can do. Some turned out okay. Most were not. But I really like baking and working with the oven so much, I even decided to study it formally.
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