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Stork Bake Instagram Takeover (with recipes)


Thursday, August 31, 2017

A few months ago I was afforded the wonderful opportunity to work with the Stork Bake team on their Instagram account. Hi Stork fam, it's Stork Baker @saaleha_b here. I will be taking over this account for the next three days to bring you baking hacks, treats and lots of sweet vibes. Today I'm going to ...

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Stork Bakers: Cardamom and Rose Custard Slice and a Win!


Monday, June 5, 2017

I'm not going to lie, I love when the going is easy; when there's not much for me to push through and deliver on and I'm able to couch through a season of Frasier in one sitting with a pot of  single-origin Guatemalan and plate of cheese and crackers. Yes, I have simple tastes. However, I ...

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Chewy White Choc Chunk and Popcorn Cookies


Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Growing up, my pop culture consumption was completely colonised by US-TV and comic book exports. I could recite the Pledge of Allegiance by heart and knew that milk and cookies were a sacrosanct pairing. Oh, and how I love a good chewy American-style cookie. I found a great recipe on Delish.com that substitutes butter with cream cheese, resulting in ...

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Banana loaf with Sesame halwa


Monday, November 14, 2016

A photo posted by Saaleha Idrees Bamjee (@saaleha_b) on Nov 12, 2016 at 2:15pm PST My grocery stock is pretty much the metaphor for my life. The bananas are going off but there's sesame halva in the fridge and coconut blossom sugar in the cupboard. Mental state aside, at least a recipe came of it. The sesame ...

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Gluten-free Cacao Breakfast Muffins


Thursday, August 25, 2016

The lovely folks over at The Chocolate Tree and The Soul Tree sent me a huge hamper of their products to sample. Though I made quick work of their handmade honeycomb chocs and topcoated rice cakes, I am not even halfway through the basket. Such generosity! Along with a sampler of their snack range, they included ...

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Breakfast Butternut Madeleines


Wednesday, March 9, 2016

  A generous serving of butternut mash leftover from last night's supper got me thinking about how I could use it for breakfast. I came across a promising recipe for butternut waffles and wondered what would happen if I substituted oats, barley and almonds for the wholewheat and buckwheat flours. On cooking my first waffle, I realised my ...

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