Sweet Energy

Originally posted on THE SENTIENT BAKER:
I’m very much into bread and cake. You may have already noticed this. Anything fluffy or doughy that needs me to knead it or cream it or fold it is recreational territory in my mind. But as of tomorrow my baking habit will no longer be a simple past…

Salted Caramel Hot Cocoa Fudge

Originally posted on Penny's Food Blog:
Salted Caramel Hot Cocoa Fudge This is by far the easiest fudge recipe that you will ever find!  You can make it with as little as two ingredients, Wilton Candy Melts and a can of sweetened condensed milk, BAM!  FUDGE!!  I like to buy the seasonal flavors of…

Kiwi & Celery Smoothie

Originally posted on Shivaay Delights:
A refreshing smoothie with sweet, sour and earthy notes.  An interesting combination of banana, kiwi and celery. Replenishing energy, natural sugars and salts. Definitely a favourite of mine now! INGREDIENTS 1 banana 1 kiwi skinned 1 stick celery 80ml water METHOD Blitz all ingredients and serve in a pretty wine…

Khus khus ka Parantha (poppy seed parantha)

Originally posted on Yum'e'licious:
Khus khus or as you may call Poppy Seeds are small white pearl like seeds derived from the opium plant. They may vary in colour either white/cream or blackish! Khus khus or poppy seeds are a great source of nutrients being high in calcium, magnesium,potassium and iron. It is…

Beef and horseradish canapés

Originally posted on GreenCooking:
I made these around a year ago, and just stumbled over a photo I had taken on my phone of them. This was my first attempt at creating canapés and it was a definite winner. Not only did it taste great, but they look amazing too and only took around 5…

Baby Italian Easter Bread

Originally posted on Penny's Food Blog:
Baby Italian Easter Bread These are one of my favorite things to make for Easter dinner, I have another recipe for them on the blog which makes them from scratch but these are made with Rhodes Rolls so are much easier.  This year we combined Easter dinner with…

Peri Peri Chicken

Originally posted on Cooking Up The Pantry:
Who doesn’t love peri peri chicken??? I use jalapeño chillies for this just to reduce the heat a little for my sons but feel free to add more chilli or consider using the seeds. I always roast two chooks, one just isn’t enough these days in my house,…

Easter Cookies

Originally posted on LOVE the little bakery:
If you still have plenty of Easter chocolate lying around, then these Easter cookies are for you! And what”s great about these soft chocolate cookies, is that they have an added crunch with these little Cadbury’s Mini Eggs, and boy are they moorish! Ingredients: 110g butter 100g lightly packed brown…

Shrimp gumbo rocks the year of the pulse

Originally posted on Cook Up a Story:
Year of the pulse… In honor of this versatile food group, we present a dish starring beans, lentils and dried peas. We served our spicy shrimp gumbo as the opening course for our Spanish tapas gourmet dinner this year. But it works well in larger amounts as a…

Easter Peeps Cake Mix Bar Cookies

Originally posted on Penny's Food Blog:
Easter Peeps Cake Mix Bar Cookies Here is another really easy Easter treat recipe, like can’t fail easy! 1 cake mix, your choice (for these I used a Key Lime cake mix) 1/3 cup oil 2 eggs 1 cup white chocolate chips (or whatever goes best with your…