Mother’s Day is around the corner. What’s more special than making a cake for everyone’s “Best Cook in the World”, Your MOM. Although you do not need a day to celebrate her, but little pampering never hurts 🙂 🙂
Surprise her with this super simple and rich chocolate cake this Mother’s day
Of all the chocolate cake recipes I use, this one is simplest one to bake . It gives you a super soft and rich chocolate cake and best part its all with home ingredients without any fancy stuff and you have yourself a melt in mouth Chocolate Cake 🙂
Also am sharing here Chocolate Frosting recipe which can be used to decorate any cake.
Below are the ingredients and Recipe details.This one yields close to 1 pound cake. Continue reading “Mother’s Day Special Chocolate Cake”
Thanks Guys! I am overwhelmed by the number of visitors on my blog and trying the recipes.Number of hits already crossed 3K mark (Doing a happy dance!!!!). I am so ecstatic to put up my next recipe here.
So a lot of you have been messaging me to put up something which does not require oven(Had difficult time to think of a dessert which does not require baking, since I am a baker :D). While I was pondering over what should be a simple dessert , one of the friends was visiting home and suggested I make his favorite “Banoffee Pie” and voila , I knew what to put up in my next post. A heavenly dessert which requires no baking and is so easy to make, you will wonder why you did not make it earlier.
History snippet : Banoffie Pie is originally an English dessert invented by Nigel Mackenzie ,owner of The Hungry Monk Restaurant in East Sussex, and his chef, Ian Dowding.There have been versions of it available now, but traditionally it was a A pie or tart filled with toffee, bananas, and cream.
Nowadays the pie is made in different versions some with a crunchy biscuit base or a pastry base ,having coffee or chocolate or both and topped with chocolate shavings . We are going to use some of it 🙂 So grab your cooking hat and make this for your weekend brunch and impress your friends and family.
Below are the ingredients and Recipe details(Don’t get worried by the preparation time ,its a very simple process, trust me!) Continue reading “Banoffee Pie”
Basbousa is a native Egyptian (traditionally Middle eastern) sweet cake. Its made of semolina (rawa/sooji) as main ingredient and is soaked in a sugar syrup. Its a super soft, melt in the mouth sweet, which has a rustic traditional flavor.
It was on my to do list since the day I saw it on an episode on TLC. Its literally a one bowl recipe and needs no fancy material. There are multiple recipes available for this sweet cake,some use coconut in the batter, others use orange or rose water as syrup. I loved this version the most! So here is the recipe. Bake it on!! Continue reading “Basbousa – Middle Eastern Delicacy”
Seasonal fruits are always fresher and healthier and when its strawberry season, you grab on to every opportunity to use them in your bakes. It is such a beautiful fruit with rich and nice flavors, you can use it in so many forms in your bakes.
So this weekend, I thought of pampering myself with a cake (Well, that seldom happens!!). Picked up some fresh strawberries, a ripe banana, few basic ingredients and followed some simple steps and I had myself a wonderfully moist, soft tea cake.It can be part of my breakfast, evening tea or any other time of the day ,because who needs a reason to eat a cake 🙂 ,especially when it is made in whole wheat flour(Yeah I know, you read that right!)
Follow these simple steps with all available home ingredients and I promise you, this would satiate all your cake cravings. This recipe yields close to 1 pound cake. Continue reading “Strawberry Banana Whole Wheat Cake”