Hello Homecooks! Today, we will be sharing with you how to make a Sesame Ball in an Air Fryer, a healthier and less oily version! It is light, crispy, nutty, and chewy. Sesame ball is a traditional and popular classic dessert served during the Lunar New Year. It is very popular all over Southeast Asia, […]
What better way to celebrate a hearty and heavy meal with a small dose of alcohol! Christmas Eggnog is one of the most delicious dessert drinks to have during this season of merry and joy. Creamy and Nutty flavours coupled with a hint of caramel finish from the cognac. Remember to drink in moderation, […]
Hello everyone! Here is a bread pudding recipe to welcome the end of year festivities! 😊
Widely known as Hokkaido milk bread, these Japanese soft milk buns are known to have a fluffy melt in your mouth milky texture – awesome right?
Cinnamon rolls are awesome. The taste of ground cinnamon and brown sugar, taken together with the fluffy roll once it’s baked can be oh so yummy. We decided on creating our own spin of this dough-filled goodness, with cranberries! It also helped that there’s a new Oats & Quinoa Fresh Soya Milk by Nutrisoy, so […]
Here’s a smooth and refreshing smoothie drink that is great for the Xmas season! A mix of apples, maple syrup and cinnamon is refreshing with NutriSoy’s No Sugar Added Fresh Soya Milk, and when blended smooth and served using mason jars really feels like a frosty treat – Wonderful for a family or just for […]
An alternative to making the traditional mooncakes, try making these Snow Skin Mooncakes. Because of its mochi like texture people love it, especially kids! It’s a perfect delicacy to serve as an afternoon snack or even dessert during the Mid Autumn festival. On the plus side, they are so easy to make! There’s no baking […]
With Mother’s Day coming right up on Sunday – we have taken the opportunity to whip up something classy and suitable for the occasion! The recipe is as easy as pie, or in this case tart (lol), for the crust we blended flour, icing sugar, salt and cold butter, and bake nicely formed dough. We […]
The rainbow cake, also known as “Mizu Shingen Mochi”, was originally made from water and tastes like rain, while our variation is nice and cooling, with the taste of snow pear and red dates, served with thinly cut pear slices.
We added osmanthus flowers for the osmanthus jelly, to easily make it at home.