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Almond Croissants

These lovelies, called “Nussgipfeli”, are one of my favorite pastries to eat when I am in Switzerland. Usually made with a hazelnut filling, either using a puff pastry or a yeast dough, is so good. 333 more words


Carrot-Orange Loaf

Ingredients :

Finely Carrot grated – 1cup

Orange zest- 1tsp

All -purpose flour – 1 1/2 cup

Castor sugar – 1 cup

Baking soda – 1/2 tsp… 161 more words


Gluten Free Spice Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting

When it comes to gluten-free baking, cakes are a difficult thing. They can be gritty, dense, and heavy. When the magical transformation caused by gluten in a regular cake is absent, it can be a difficult thing to recreate. 276 more words


Grain-free Chocolate Puff Cookies

Hey there!

So, the other day, I was craving some cookies. Actually, it was more like, I was craving dunking cookies into milk. These grain-free, gluten-free chocolate puff cookies are great because they are super versatile in the sense that you can add in anything you want for flavour. 135 more words


Can't Get Reader's to Come Back to Your Blog...? (4 min read)

1. Start by putting a unique twist on your blog’s topic and content.

It’s virtually impossible to brainstorm a totally original topic to blog about. Instead, your primary and ongoing goal should be to continuously develop innovative content and put a truly unique spin on whatever topic you’re blogging about. 749 more words


Make your own Fruit Nut Bread

I love bread.  Quick bread, that comes together in an hour or less, and yeast bread that can take hours to let rise and develop.  My family always had bread with meals, but usually the white stuff from the store.  515 more words


French Toast Four Ways

Have your toast and dunk it too.

1. Donut French Toastvia The Novice Chef Blog

Satisfy your sweet tooth with this indulgent combination of two breakfast classics. 95 more words