Most people LOVE cinnabuns but very few actually pluck up the courage to make them! This recipe is so easy and the cinnabuns are AMAZING! JUST don’t kill your yeast! For some tips on how to work with yeast – go to the post on my website – DONT KILL THE YEAST
This is my ultimate comfort dessert! A family treat and also good for entertaining. I had a similar dessert at one of my favourite Asian tapas restaurants – Cheynes in Hout Bay – a while ago and decided to make up my own recipe for it. The passionfruit and lime drizzle gives a delicious tangy twist to this dessert
This is a real treat!! A pumpkin fritter on steroids!! If you do nor have access to the First Choice Butterscotch Velvet – make a dark chocolate or caramel dipping sauce. They also taste delicious just dusted with cinnamon sugar!
If you have some of the dough left – leave it in the piping bag in a sealed container in the fridge – and make a fresh batch the next day
This easy, tasty and fuss-free meal is perfect for a weeknight supper. Its also a very healthy option and real comfort food❤️
Decorated with eleven balls of marzipan and chocolate coated almonds to represent the twelve Apostles minus the traitor Judas. The chocolate gives the cake an interesting twist and the cherries and cranberries are a delicious surprise when you bite into the cake. The layer of marzipan inserted in the middle of the cake makes it moist and lifts the flavour to a new level!
This is a fabulous breakfast or brunch treat for the family!
All my favourite flavours in the world – PEANUT BUTTER, HONEY, CARAMELISED FUDGE AND CHOCOLATE!
Family spoils! I used the last of my frozen blueberries to make the pancake stack and it worked really well. If you don’t have blueberries – add some lemon zest to your batter. This is also delicious topped with some crispy bacon……yummi!
The BEST cheesecake I have ever tasted or made! It is surprisingly easy to make. I LOVE the Oreo crust!