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Wholemeal Milk Buns

  These mini buns are made from a basic sweet dough recipe originated from Vinnie Baking Paradise. This recipe has been very popular among the local food bloggers. It uses sponge dough method which has many similarities with the 17-hour sponge dough method I shared previously.   Sponge dough method has always been my preferred method in bread making as compared to direct method for two simple reasons...

Cauliflower Tots

  In the past, my family and I didn’t quite like cauliflower. No matter how it was cooked, it’s always not as attractive or as tasty as broccoli. But ever since we have tasted these cauliflower tots, cauliflower is no longer a boring vegetable to us.   These cauliflower tots are made basically by mixing cauliflower with cheese, coriander leaves, onion, bread crumbs, egg white and some simple seasonings....

Shortbread Cookies

  Ho Ho Ho! It’s Christmas time again! I’m sure many of you have been busy baking for Christmas. If you still need one cookie recipe to add on to your to-bake list, then give this shortbread cookies recipe a try. It is easy-to-do and makes a perfect Christmas food gift for your family and friends.   Shortbread is traditionally made with three basic ingredients: sugar, butter and flour, and the...

Orange Cranberry Wheat Germ Muffins

  Lately, I have been reading up on wheat germ (小麦胚芽) and am amazed by the long list of nutrients it contains. Although tiny in size, it is packed with protein, vitamin E, folic acid, phosphorus, thiamine, zinc and magnesium. It is also a good source of dietary fiber. Hence, it would be great to incorporate wheat germ into our diet. You can add it into smoothies, milk shakes, granola, muffins,...

Homemade Goldfish Crackers

  Have you ever tried making your own cookie cutter? I had just made my very first mini fishy cutters, and had used them to make these cute tiny goldfish crackers.  Are you inspired to make them for your little ones too? It’s an easy recipe. If I can do it, so can you.   Let’s start with the DIY cookie cutters. All you need is an aluminum can (use more if you plan to have more fun), scissors,...

Baked Mini Chocolate Donuts

  “There is a child in every one of us”.   The “little child” in me will automatically pop up when it comes to donuts. Hey, who doesn’t love donuts? The classic, ring-shaped, sugar-coated donut is my all-time favourite. They were so yummy, and I can never have enough of them.   I have started making my own donuts four years ago. I baked rather than deep-fried them. From then on, I have...

Sticky Chicken Drumsticks

  When I started this blog, there were just two things in my mind – sharing kids-friendly recipes and inspiring parents to cook for their family. But never did I expect that one day it would also inspire my hubby to put on the apron. Although he has never cooked a single dish before (not even an egg), he can now easily whip up some simple and decent meals for the family by following my recipes! Finally,...

Homemade Granola

  During school days, my son will usually have bread for breakfast. But on alternate days, he will have muesli cereals which I had bought from the supermarket. I thought this would be more convenient than making them from scratch. After all, there are so many brands to choose from. But now, I think otherwise after making my first granola.     Making your own version of granola is hassle-free,...

Almond Biscotti

  In the blink of an eye, it’s already March. Chinese Lunar New Year has passed and the first quarter of the year will soon be over. March is also a month where seven of my family members celebrate their birthdays. This includes my not-so-little boy (who is turning eight soon) and me. As usual, we don’t hold birthday parties but will celebrate in a simple way. On my recent birthday, my hubby and...

Taro Pumpkin Buns

  Hi everyone! I’m back. Life had been very hectic for the past two months till I had no time to blog. My family and I were busy packing and unpacking. Yup, we had moved house! It’s a cross-country move from Singapore back to our home country, Malaysia – my 2nd major move so far! It’s very tiring and challenging. We had a lot of things to juggle and sort out within a short period of time. But now,...
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