This easy to make gluten free Kuih Bingka Ubi Kayu (Baked Tapioca Cake) is a Nyonya tea time treat. It is moist, tender, fragrant, and super delicious.
Do not dump your over ripe mangoes. Put it to good use in this moist and flavorful Mango Coconut Pound Cake.
This Pineapple Pound Cake is made with pineapple puree for a finer and smoother textured pineapple cake. It is deliciously moist and tender.
Fragrant, moist, and tender Orange Pound Cake flavored with freshly squeezed orange juice and orange zest. Perfect for snack time or tea time.
Delightful Chocolate Dipped Madeleines flavored with orange oil. Dainty mini cakes perfect for tea time or any special occasions.
This fine textured Raspberry Swirl Cream Cheese Pound Cake is perfect for tea time or the holidays. It is wonderfully fragrant, moist, and delicious.
Rich and moist Banana Coconut Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting, perfect for a satisfying mid-morning snack or delicious tea time treat.
Not sure what to do with leftover Thanksgiving cranberry sauce? Use it to make this easy, moist, and delicious Cranberry Sauce Bundt Cake.
A deliciously moist and dense two layered chocolate cake with apricot jam in the middle covered with a chocolate glaze.
Fabulous tri-colored Neapolitan Kasutera (Neapolitan Castella) with chocolate, honey, and strawberry flavored cakes baked in a single pan.
Today, I am honored to be guest posting at Nami’s blog, Just One Cookbook while she visits family in Japan. Nami writes an amazing blog filled with Japanese recipes and beautiful photography. If you have not visited, you are missing out. There are very few blogs out there giving the English speaking world a glimpse…
This lovely Matcha Kasutera (Green Tea Castella) is a must try. Its delicate texture and wonderful flavor is a real treat served with a cup of tea.
Honey Kasutera (Honey Castella) – fine textured Japanese sponge cake raised solely by egg foam. Only 4 ingredients – eggs, sugar, bread flour, and honey.
These Pumpkin Streusel Cheesecake Bars are a combination of pumpkin pie and cheesecake. Just the kind of food for the season! Recipe includes gluten free and traditional versions.
Still “following the sun” in England, I had a “ticket to ride” to Liverpool. The town by the Mersey, home of THE BEATLES, Yeah, Yeah, Yeah! “Money may not buy me love” but it sure got me the Magical Mystery Tour. And, no, they don’t have “eight days a week” in Liverpool but seven is…
Serve this bread-like Peach Streusel Kuchen warm with butter and a cuppa. A wonderful and satisfying treat for tea time or snack time.
Tapioca Cake (Kuih Bingka), a Malaysian tea time favorite. Very easy to prepare with commercially available grated tapioca. Just mix and bake.