I was looking for something blow-your-socks off sinful to make this Diwali to take to a friends’ place tonight and also for the kids in my complex for the Diwali Party. And thank you, Pinterest, for leading me to the right place. I found this piece of awesomeness on this blog and one look at her pi
A recipe for a Yogurt and Berry Tart to commemorate Julia Child’s 100th birthday. A deliciously different tart with a yogurt filling and oatmeal crust.
These brownies were baked twice over the weekend. These are the sort that make people have a bite and go ‘swooooon’ or fall in love with you, or both. If you’ve been a follower of my blog, you know that I rarely use superlatives. I had blogged another simple brownie recipe a few years ago and I call
This apple cheesecake / pie uses just 6 ingredients and 15 minutes of your time. Try it once and it will be your go-to bake when apples are in season.
I had blogged about a basic brownie recipe some months ago, and since then I have made them several times. Since the baking time is under 15 minutes, this is the best option when I want to make something in a jiffy for my friends. Besides summer is almost upon us and I dread any recipe with long bak
Delicious besan laddoos in the Microwave in just 5 minutes 🙂 Give it a try!
One of the few cakes that you can bake in a microwave oven – using semolina (rava), banana and coconut milk. Use coconut oil instead of ghee to make this vegan.
Mango Coconut Ice cream combines two tropical flavours in one delicious bowl. No ice cream machine or ice cream maker required. A must try recipe when mangoes are in season.
It was a last minute desicion to attend a dinner potluck at a friend’s place and I had to come up with something fast and good. Since there was plenty of food planned, brownies seemed like a good idea. However, the fact that brownies had never been a part of my prior culinary experiments, was making
No-Bake Easy Strawberry cheesecake-No fancy cream cheese, no fancy pans or ovens needed. Anyone can make this one 🙂
Rum and Raisin Rice Pudding, a slightly fancier version of our Indian kheer – get the recipe here. Super simple!