The other day, I baked sourdough walnut brownies for the neighbours in my block. I remember coming home feeling over the moon that many left little notes of thanks and it spurred me on to want to do it again. Then, I decided that if I baked for them too often, they may take it … Continue reading Recipe: Cinnamon Banana Bread.
If you've been good and staying home, and you find yourself running out of granola, here's a super easy recipe to make some healthier, homemade granola that will turn you away from buying any more supermarket ones. I'm a big fan of granola clusters and it breaks my heart when I open a new brand … Continue reading Recipe: Easy Anything Honey Granola.
Singapore is not under lockdown but like most families, we're trying to stay home as much as possible. We still go out for groceries since we've refused to give in to panic buying. It is clear that there is enough to go around at the supermarkets but sadly, many have been taking it upon themselves … Continue reading Staying Home.
Merry Christmas Everybody!! So quickly another Christmas has come. I remember this time last year, imagining how this year would be. Sure, it turned out very different from what I had hoped. We were on track for half the year but well, God needs his angels. I'm sure our little ones are with us in … Continue reading Recipe: Christmas Baking!
It's been another fulfilling weekend. I've been baking for some private orders, and baking for the fun of it. This bundt cake was made for the latter reason. What I love about a bundt - aside from its name, is that it looks pretty without even trying. While I primarily favour the humble loaf tin … Continue reading Recipe: Coffee Cardamom Honey Bundt Cake
I've been back to the kitchen baking up sweet treats once more. Last post, I shared my lychee cupcakes recipe and a couple posts before there, a lovely Italian ragu. This cake below, a private order, was what spurred me back into getting my hands dirty. On Saturday, I was invited to share at a … Continue reading Recipe: Banana Walnut Rye Bread.
Until my second trimester of pregnancy, I continued baking actively to sustain the home business I spent the last 5 years before building up. Once I reached 14 weeks, I stopped. I let go of all the work I had put in and said goodbye to my clients and customers. The plan was to go … Continue reading Work Plans and a Recipe: Lychee Cupcakes.