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!
Boiled eggs, caramelized onion, herbs, cheese and mustard all bundled up into a perfect bite size puff parcel. Doesn’t that sound like the perfect party food? Use store-bought puff or make your own. Either way, these will definitely hit the spot!
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.
Buttery layers coated in cinnamon sugar and baked to perfection! Make the best use of puff pastry and turn the blank sheet of dough into these scrumptious Palmiers! Thank me later!
The most colorful, moist and soft sandwich loaf without the addition of milk, butter or eggs. Guess what this is naturally leavened as well!
A zesty twist on the traditional hot cross bun. The soft Orange scented bun is filled with zingy cranberries. For an added oomph, serve these with the light and fluffy Orange cream cheese spread on the side or fill the buns and surprise the guests!
These soft brioche squares are topped with crispy, chewy almond cream and juicy fruit. Use your favorite fruit to decorate. Makes a great treat for breakfast or brunch!