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Cranberry Chocolate Pecan Scones

American scones are different from British scones, and I prefer them any day as they are more like pastries to me. British scones are more like the breakfast biscuits and need jam or clotted cream as a filling. 298 more words


Chocolate and Orange Cake

The Bald One turned 30 this week and despite a 10 minute lecture on why we shouldn’t be celebrating his birthday (something along the lines of ‘Clauds, I’m one step closer to death, why would I would want to celebrate that’ and other cheerful thoughts) I decided to ignore all this and host a surprise birthday party as well as bake a chocolate cake – both of which he expressed deep dislike to. 406 more words



This Wheat Flour Cute cookies or Nan Khatai are crunchy and perfect with a cup of hot Tea or Coffee in this awesome season. Enjoy the climate in healthy way. 312 more words


Chocolate Cupcakes with Nutella Buttercream

I am a very reluctant baker!

And I know I would have never baked these ‘chocolate cupcakes with nutella buttercream’ if I weren’t a mother. … 757 more words

International Cuisines

Dimply Apricot & Rosmary cake-Eggless & butterfree

Summer is in full swing so am I.Fresh berries, peaches,nectarines apricots are available in abundance so before they go, I want to make best use of it.Though I love cherries &  berries but I have a special corner for apricots in my heart. 429 more words

Cakes & Puddings

Peach, White Chocolate and Honey Cupcakes

Happy Summer guys :D the sun is finally out and that means summery cakes and bakes!

These cupcakes went down a treat with my family (my mum and dad especially eventhough they were supposed to be on diets). 255 more words

Curry for Change 2015 and Passion fruit and coconut yogurt cake with lemongrass syrup

Have you heard of Curry for Change? A campaign set up by UK charity Find your Feet who work with rural communities suffering from poverty and hunger across Africa and Asia and the recently struck country of Nepal to grow food so that they don’t go hungry. 770 more words