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pumpkin-spiced pull apart bread

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I’ve always loved baking cinnamon rolls, but I have recently begun making pull-apart bread for a change. You can also convert your favourite cinnamon roll recipe into a loaf of pull apart bread by assembling it differently. I will try to illustrate the steps in my post.

Although bread is relatively more time-consuming to make, this is worth the wait. Patience, my dear, is key. Each piece is soft and gooey, just like the best part of a cinnamon roll – the center section. I love the addition of pumpkin as it adds a natural sweetness, and not to forget, it has its superfood properties.  Continue reading

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chocolate & tofu brownies

photo 3 copyI’ve made tofu chiffon cake before, but this was my first time making tofu brownies. I like how certain recipes (particularly Japanese) have tofu as their base ingredient. It provides another dimension to the cake, and adds some natural moisture (if you don’t drain the water from the tofu).

This creation was somehow accidental – I was meant to make a fluffy chocolate & tofu pound cake but ended up with brownies as I forgot to add the baking powder! It turned out to be a blessing in disguise as I really liked its texture. But if you are a pound cake lover, feel free to follow the recipe as per normal!

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green tea and cocoa nibs chiffon cake

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Tall, fluffy, light and moist — words I would use to describe this matcha and cocoa nibs chiffon cake. I made this for a recent Christmas potluck party, hoping that the red and green combination would pass off as something from a Christmas menu!

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pantry staple: basic madeleines recipe

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I love making madeleines. To me, they are the French version of a butter cake. What can be better than these buttery goodness? Pretty and dainty, they are perfect with your coffee or tea, or as a snack on its own!

I love this recipe because it is not time consuming, It is also simple to follow. Unlike many recipes, it does not require you to chill the batter overnight. One tip: use quality butter! If possible, use the French variety available at the supermarket.

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