Feb 242015
 
Cinnamon Swirl Pancake Muffins

“Tomorrow’s Pancake Friday, despite the fact that it’s Monday.” –Jarod Kintz That’s a true fact in our house. Pancakes are most welcome on any day and in any form or shape. Our weekends usually start out with lazy pillow fights and family tickles so when my kids rush me to the kitchen with demands on making continental breakfast within a short period of time I tend to make it semi-homemade to assuage their demand without Want to know more about this recipe?

Feb 232015
 
Potato Vegetable Omlet

I’m not a morning person, sometimes I wonder if I’m even an afternoon person! So, I’m not responsible for things that come out of my mouth right after you wake me up. Weekdays are always a whirlwind running around to push my kids (my husband included) out of the house but weekends are a different story. Somehow, my body refuses to acknowledge that I can get up early and many times we end up lazing Want to know more about this recipe?

Feb 182015
 
Dhalia Biscuits or Kuih Semperit

Dhalia Biscuits otherwise known as Kuih Semperit in Malay language is a basic butter cookies but shaped like a flower. These cookies are widely popular during festive seasons like Chinese New Year, Aidil Fitri, Diwali or Christmas in Malaysia. The cookies very much resemble butter cookies in taste and I was totally drawn to these cookies just with one look. There was one another factor that made this cookie so interesting to make is the Want to know more about this recipe?

Feb 172015
 
Girls Scouts Cookies -- Thin Mints

“Sometimes you will never know the true value of a moment until it becomes a memory.”–(unknown) I have one such memory from my childhood. My mom used to travel about 17km each way to work and so were my brother and me. On many days my mom used to surprise us with treats from a local bakery near her work and we used to fight for the Japanese cake, I can really imagine the taste Want to know more about this recipe?

Feb 162015
 
Coconut Macaroons

Macaroons are made either with ground almond or with coconut. They are often in circular shape and can be easily confused with the French confection ‘Macaron’. Even though the ingredients in both ‘Macaroons’ and ‘Macaron’ are very similar they are widely different from one another and each stand with its head held high providing a wonderful dessert with its own sweetness and taste. The name ‘Macaroons’ comes from Italian maccarone or maccherone meaning “paste” referring Want to know more about this recipe?