Melted Chocolate Truffle Cookies

I know you’ll are expecting an iced and decorated sugar cookie. But I thought as a part of the advent calendar, why not do an actual cookie. Not everyone is going to have the time to do something complicated like any of my previous posts. They are also perfect to gift to someone. These cookies…

Claw Cupcakes

Onto everyone’s favourite part of a meal, dessert! While red velvet is normally the favourite this time of the year, I decided to do something different with some simple chocolate cupcakes. If you want to make these cupcakes using red velvet, you can check out my recipe here. While they look complicated, these cupcakes are…

Avocado Brownies

Let me be honest, I was sceptical. I’ve heard a lot of people talk about avocado brownies and say they taste great, like any regular brownie they’ve eaten, but I never believed them. So when Pranita gave me the task of being healthy and using almost no dairy, I realized the time I had come….

Dairy Free Chocolate Ice Cream

If you follow me on Instagram you probably already know that Pranita Kocharekar and I are collaborating over the next month to bring to you a bunch of recipes that are all healthy and good for you. The recipes I create will be illustrated by the uber talented Pranita and are available as printables over…

Snickers Tart

So yesterday I went for a potluck dinner, and it was my job to bring dessert. Which would normally be easy, however, I had to make something eggless. I don’t normally do very well with eggless coz most of what I try making turns into a disaster. But then I realized that a tart would…

Milk Chocolate and Hazelnut Truffles

The first time I properly heard anything about truffles, was at one of Pooja Dhingra’s workshops, where we also learnt how to make them. The recipe I’ve used is from Pooja Dhingra’s book, The Big Book of Treats. I modified the recipe a bit, but you can use whichever works best for you. For the truffles:…

Santa’s Belt Cake

Now, this may look like any other cake. Plain simple red velvet cake. But just you wait. There’s a little surprise inside. Be warned, this cake is massive. MASSIVE! It’s not super easy to make, but it is easy enough. You will need three layers of my red velvet cake and one layer of my…

Pancakes

Something I don’t get to eat a lot of are pancakes. And they are one of my favorite foods ever! I love waffles too, but since I dont have a waffle iron this works out very well as a substitute. The recipe I have used here is from Zoella’s blog however I have adapted it…

Brownies

A few nights ago I was craving brownies. Simple, chocolatey brownies. This is a recipe I found in the Leith’s Techniques Bible, but I switched it up a bit. It’s very easy, and very quick. You don’t even need an electric mixer. I just used a whisk and spatula and voila! For the Brownies: 110g…

Jack-O-Lantern Cake

Well, it’s the last day of Halloween, I hope everyone is doing something fun. If you haven’t made something cool for Halloween yet, here’s something you could try. A jack-o-lantern pinata cake. The cake I used to make it, is the devil’s food cake one I did a few months ago. The buttercream is the same…

Brookies

With Masterchef Australia having started a few weeks ago, everyone is trying out recipes from the masterclass. I however decided to try a recipe made by one of the contestants, Brookies. They are basically brownie cookies meaning they are crusty on the outside and gooey on the inside. Its the sort of thing I’d eat…

The Tame Goose Chase Scavenger Hunt

Similar to the Valentine’s Day Dessert Crawl, Time Out or Paprika lab Ideas, planned an event called the Tame Goose Chase Scavenger Hunt. Fellow blogger Everything on a Plate (my cousin) and I decided to try out, along with her husband and his brother. While I had done the dessert crawl in Powai, she did…