If you are a big Nutella fan, then you will love this recipe! This recipe only uses four ingredients which are butter, malt biscuits, Coco Pops and Nutella of course! These ingredients can be found in most kitchens, but if you could always substitute Coco Pops for Rice Krispies for example. When I offered to make this, both my children were super eager to help with this one!
Last weekend, I invited a few friends over for a drink and a catch up but unfortunately I was ill. They all turned up but I didn’t get chance to take many photos. I made this super easy cheesecake that does not require baking. All you need to do is mix!
I have used Oreo biscuits for the base and it can get quite sweet. If you prefer less sweet, replace it with digestive biscuits instead. To make the base, I always use these measurements in these proportions: 100g of biscuits mixed with 50g of melted butter. This is what I used for my no bake Chocolate Cheesecake.
Recently, I came across MeinCupcake’s website and was very pleased with their online shopping experience. They have a huge range from baking equipment, baking ingredients to cake making supplies.
I am a very keen baker and like to bake at least once a week. I always find it hard to get all the items from one shop but Cakemart has it all. I love the brands that they stock like Dr. Oetker, Renshaw, Wilton, Kitchen Craft and many more. The website is easy to navigate with clear titles and categories. For each product, it will show you how many items are available online. One quirk I discovered though – some pages have not been translated from German to English as they are a German company with international web pages.
Ever since I learnt how to make Tiramisu via Sacla Cookery School (read my Sacla Aubergine Parmigiana’s recipe here), I wanted to try it out! So I finally I got around to it!
This is my first time making Milo Tiramisu and it works! The best of it is that I didn’t even use raw egg white. I find it hard to make tiramisu with raw egg white as I am not used to eating raw food. So I swapped it with mascarpone instead. I know that you can buy pasteurised egg whites which would be better in this recipe. The product is called Two Chicks but not many places sell it near us. I couldn’t find it in Tesco or Morrisons but managed to find it in Waitrose.
This will take only 30 minutes to make and you need to let it rest overnight before you serve.
For this Easter, I decided to make these delicious hidden mini Easter egg chocolate truffles for my little guests. This recipe is inspired by Co-Operative Food Home Bake’s March week 2 chocolate truffles recipe. I was going to make a huge centrepiece dessert recipe – a chocolate egg filled with chocolate mousse but changed my mind at the last minute, and decided to make these simple chocolate truffles with hidden mini eggs.
Wishing everyone a Happy Mid-Autumn festival! I had made this colourful snow skin mooncake from the leftover ingredients from the Swiss Roll Snow Skin Mooncake.