What is love for citrus in baking if one doesn’t use oranges? 🙂 My simple orange cake is a great place to start baking with this lovely fruit but this one, with the added rosemary, adds a lovely oomph to it!Continue reading “Orange Rosemary Cake”
I love citrus flavours. As fruits by themselves, in dressings, as juice and especially in dessert. My lemon loaves are a favourite with family & friends, but I’m always looking for new ways to bring citrus into desserts. This mosambi (sweet lime) loaf is very close to my heart because it uses my all time favourite citrus fruit 🙂Continue reading “Mosambi (Sweet Lime) Loaf”
This cake is one of the first ‘different’ cakes I learned to bake, once I restarted baking, around 7 years ago. Growing up, I mostly baked simple vanilla or chocolate cakes, nothing else. When I started living by myself, 7 years back, I got a tiny oven and rediscovered my love for baking 🙂 I started exploring more recipes and flavours and this became one of my go-to cakes. Easy, delicious, fragrant and just the right amount of fruit. What’s not to love?Continue reading “Easy Apple Cake”
Banana cake is always such a comforting dessert. Simple, delicious and familiar. I have a few banana cake recipes on the blog : the classic, with chocolate, with tahini and one with coffee 🙂 Bananas provide a great base to work with and complement quite a few flavours. So the latest thing I’ve tried is banana and rum!
We are all at home, trying to stay positive, get our work done, connect with our loved ones, rediscover lost interests and hoping for the best outcome in this crazy scenario.A little baking therapy is a great way to bring a smile to your face (and to those around you), make you think of easier times and feel a wee bit better. Lemon and rum are all about sunshine-y days, positive thoughts don’t you think?