Basic vanilla pound cake. This cake is buttery and dense with a soft crumb. A simple cake that goes well with tea time. You can serve this cake with whipped cream and fruits but the cake is just as good as-is.
Have you ever wondered how difficult it is to make a buttery pound cake?
I’ll show you the answer in today’s recipe. Today’s recipe is a personal favorite of mine. If you know me, I’m a fan of simple, yet delicious, food. This vanilla pound cake is one of those foods. And did you know you only need a couple of basic ingredients to make this artisan pound cake? There are no chemical leaveners! The secret to this buttery, dense cake recipe is the technique. By beating the butter and sugar until light and fluffy, small bubbles are created in this cake. Although the cake is dense, it absolutely isn’t dry. Read more
Smooth matcha lava cake. The lava is thick, sweet and gooey. This recipe is very easy to make and serves exactly one person.
We’ve gone too long without a matcha recipe guys! My last one was about 2 months ago. That’s crazy. So I’m back with your matcha fix. As usual, this matcha recipe serves a small crowd. Well, not even a crowd to be honest. Just one person. I’m combining my love for matcha and my love for single servings with this recipe: Single Serving Matcha Lava Cake. That’s right, LAVA! I love the classic chocolate lava cake, but matcha makes everything better if you ask me. And just like the small matcha cake, my matcha-disliking-boyfriend devoured this cake. He even asked for another cake. Compliments don’t get better. Read more
Soft basic sponge cake filled with plenty of Chantilly cream (sweet vanilla whipped cream) and fresh sweet strawberries. Perfect as a birthday cake. For best results, make this cake when strawberries are in season.
Meet my strawberry and cream birthday cake. Okay, calling it a birthday cake is a bit weird because basically any cake can be a birthday cake. However, this type of cake reminds me of birthdays which is why I call it a “birthday” cake. You can just call it “cake” though 😉 Also, this cake is probably my favorite kind of cake: A fluffy sponge with creamy, light whipping cream. As I’ve mentioned before, buttercream is not really my cup of tea. Whipping cream is totally up my alley though (although my lactose intolerance doesn’t really agree lol). And my bf.. he is even more in love with whipping cream. He’d marry it if he could lmao. (I wish I was kidding.) So if you’re anything like me/us, this cake is going to rock your world.
Soft vanilla sponge, decorated with light and fluffy matcha whipping cream. The cream is the perfect balance between bitter and sweet. Suitable for all matcha lovers.
Okay, can I just express how proud I am of this cake? It’s a simple, small cake, but the taste is amazing. If you love matcha as much as I do, this cake is right up your alley! Even my boyfriend, who isn’t much of a matcha fan, loved this cake. It has just the right amount of bitter green tea and sweet sugar. In addition, the cake looks gorgeous and serves a small crowd (2-3 people). There is no better cake for real matcha lovers. You only need a simple sponge and green tea whipped cream. The latter might sound fancy, but it takes just three ingredients.
Creamy blueberry cheesecake bars made with real blueberries. Finished with a good dollop of whipped cream and fresh berries. Dessert doesn’t get any better.
My bf and I, we’re lovers of fruit. We love fresh fruit (well, he loves it when it’s is served ready-to-eat). A couple of my favorites? Watermelon and mangosteen. Any juicy fruit to be honest. And as an avid baker I don’t just love the healthy stuff, but I also love sugary, fruit flavored, baked stuff. Yup, so good but so wrong! Life needs a bit of everything, right? Anyway, last weekend I decided to shoot my recipe for blueberry cheesecake bars. I love blueberries! And I love bars. Why bars? Because they’re quicker to bake than the real deal. In addition, the portion size is usually smaller than a regular slice of cheesecake (I love “mini” foods). Read more