I’ve made all sorts of chocolate cakes over the past 15 years or so as a baker, a pastry chef & a home baker. I have absolutely loved each and […]
As the name suggests, this cake celebrates rye. Cocoa, molasses and hazelnuts all sing in the background letting rye shine through, with its nutty, earthy notes. Just the right amount of sweetness and moist crumb with deep chocolate tones. A rye lovers dream come true!
A deliciously fudgy, sweet and fragrant cake full of dried fruit and nuts. Usually made around the New Year period in Sri Lanka but this is fit for any calibration really!
Alternating layers of flaky buttery puff and luscious custard, this is definitely a slice of heaven. Use your own puff or store bought frozen sheets. Either way these will surely steal any show.
Fruity hot cross buns baked in a pool of silky custard. An ideal way to use up those last hot cross buns laying around in your pantry. Serve warm with cold custard for maximum pleasure!
Juicy and soft apples encased in a buttery, flaky and light pastry. If you want a weekend project, make you own puff or simply use frozen puff sheets. Either way, these turnovers are pure heaven served on a plate.
Perfectly crumbly shortbread cases filled with gooey cheese custard baked to perfection. Inspired by the Hokkaido bake cheese tarts.
This ornamental Yule Log is made of a moist chocolate sponge with a deep cocoa flavor filled with a fluffy cream cheese & vanilla whipped cream, that is then covered with a luscious chocolate ganache. This makes an ideal centerpiece for a Christmas table and a lip-smackingly delicious dessert at the same time.
Juicy mincemeat, encased in golden, crispy pastry…these mince pies are a sheer joy to byte into. Follow the simple steps to make your pies at home this Christmas!
This easy yet elegant Panna Cotta with a citrusy syrup is the ideal dessert to finish off a hearty meal. It is refreshing, light, creamy and full of zingy citrus flavor all at the same time. You will be left wanting more!