Cinnamon Custard Tarts

There are recipes. And there are recipes that back you up on leftovers left by the first recipe itself. This is one of them. Couple of weeks back, I had an order for eggless cakes leaving me with odd amounts of condensed milk since it is locally available only ( in an even odder)  amount…

Homemade Éclairs 

  So it is decided. I have ran out of excuses to keep myself away from something that is an extension of my thoughts and my way of letting whats in my head take form online in word. Blogging the world calls it. And I love it. So much that the guilt of not posting…

Eric Lanlard’s Gluten free Clementine and Pomegranate cake

Back to this date in February I was lucky enough to have a food festival going on near to where I live and even more luckier to have met one of my all time favorite pastry chefs at a Tea and Cake session.  A last minute decision to attend the food festival with my aunt…

Cinnamon Biscuits

Pastries and all things baked with love continue to make Tea time my favorite part of the day. For as far as I can remember, processed foods and store bought biscuits were never encouraged in our childhood and thankfully I am glad we follow that  till today, keeping childhood memories like the aroma of freshly…

Mary Berry’s Tea Time Scones

Scones have been on my list of procasti-bakes from a really long time and that also got me in the search for the perfect scones and like cakes and most bakes, everyone has a different definition of that perfect scone. But what comes to mind when thinking of scones, high tea and the ongoing series…

Flashback Friday :Creme Caramel

Flashback Friday couldn’t be more meaningful with a dessert that revives old childhood memories and if any one had to ask me about the most memorable desserts of my childhood then Creme Caramel would definitely take top spot. Simple pudding of milk and sugar collaborated with the richness of egg yolks and vanilla extract make…

Christmas Special – Rum & Raisin Loaf

Its almost Christmas day, and I’m sure all home bakers are whisking up the specials of the festive season. Keeping this in mind I’m here with my next hurried post and a must try for all “rum-n-raisin” fans.  I present to you my festive bread, “Rum-n-Raisin Loaf”.  This recipe requires overnight rising, hence keep in…

Angel Food Cake – Make your cake & eat it too!

After a recipe that literally had me on my toes for an entire day, to a recipe that just means light and heavenly, I bring you my next baked goody “ The Angel food Cake” . Dedicated to weight watchers and those who love light and easy bakes, I definitely meant when I said “…

Vanilla and Banana Loaf

When life gives you over ripe bananas…. Shortly after landing back home from the trip, I came home to couple of bananas that were ripening faster than usual, thanks to the extreme summer that we are now in the middle of. As part of the stock of fruits that we normally keep at home on…