Browsing Category Dessert

Turkish Delight Almond Milk


Thursday, August 31, 2017

What does one do with a box of lemon and rose turkish delight that's been sitting in the grocery cupboard for well over a year? Let's just say the benefits of maturity do not extend to lokum. The sweets, hard as they'd become, were not a toothsome delight. I decided to melt them down into a ...

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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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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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Cinnamon Phirni Drink


Tuesday, June 14, 2016

I've been seeing so many Horchata recipes popping up in my feeds and its fundamental flavours reminded me so much of some of the Indian desserts I grew up with. I was particularly taken back to Phirni, a milk-based pudding lightly set with either rice flour or semolina. I found a recipe in an early edition of ...

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Vegan Barley Shortbread


Wednesday, March 2, 2016

I am currently fixated on using barley flour in my baked goods. This whole grain is fibre-rich, lower in calories than regular grains and beneficial for those prone to insulin resistance. I have also just discovered the alchemical wonder that is coconut butter. Unlike coconut oil, its butter incorporates the flesh of the coconut. And it's ...

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Flash Food Friday: Mini Pancake Stacks


Friday, January 29, 2016

I suppose you could go with the more laboured route and pour, with painstaking precision, little rounds of batter. Or you could just cook a few large crepes, stack them up with a bit of syrup as you go along, and cut out perfect circles with a cookie cutter. "But the scraps," you ask. "What ...

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