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
Thick, soft-baked triple chocolate chip cookies. These cookies use melted butter (use butter straight from the fridge!) and is loaded with chocolate chips. Use real vanilla paste for the best results.
Last week, I had a sudden craving for soft baked chocolate chip cookies. Okay, maybe it wasn’t that sudden: I got a free chocolate chip cookie at Foodcity in Groningen and wanted more. The cookie was super big and soft. So delicious. I wanted to have that same softness but also wanted smaller sized cookies. So I did some experimenting in the kitchen. The first cookies were rather flat (but soft!) so I had to change the ingredients. More flour, less butter. A few batches later, I had the perfect soft-baked chocolate chip cookies. My co-workers loved these cookies and so did my bf’s co-workers. You should really make this for the weekend! Read more
Lovely soft chocolate chip cookie without egg and dairy. This recipe makes exactly one chocolate chip cookie.
Advantages of single servings? A lot. Here are a few though:
- Usually no eggs required
- No over-eating
- Self-love because you’re baking just for you
- Adjust to YOUR taste
And now, on WT, you can learn how to make a single serving CHOCOLATE CHIP COOKIE. Bonus? It’s egg-free ánd vegan. Is there anything in this world that can beat this? I guess not. Unless you’re more of a matcha lover. Serve with a tall glass of milk, soy milk, almond milk, rice milk.. whatever floats your boat. It’ll be delish. Promise. Ready in 15 minutes. Read more
Easy vanilla cupcake frosted with sweet strawberry cream cheese frosting. Recipe for one.
And we’re halfway January! How are your new year’s resolutions going? Did you survive Blue Monday? (I didn’t feel like blue monday was any different than other Mondays tbh.) As you might already know, I don’t really do New Year’s resolutions. But as always, I want to focus more on the positive, less on the negative and move forward. It’s a daily resolution though. Not a NY resolution. Anyway, even though we’re just halfway the first month, I already hit a new mile stone as a blogger: I was interviewd by Deb from Beautygoddess! Just a few days after we hit January 1st, she emailed me if I was interested in an interview. Ofcourse I said yes! She also asked me to send a few snapshots so I decided to make a Beautygoddess cupcake (scroll down for the photo!). And to kill two birds with one stone, I decided make the Beautygoddess cupcake from a single serve recipe. Last week I shared single serving apple crumble. This week, it’s CUPCAKE time! Cupcake WITH frosting.
Thick vanilla cookies. Crunchy on the outside and soft on the inside. Stuffed with Rolo candy! Oozing caramel inside. Chocolate chips optional.
Hello, hello, everyone! Did you have a great Christmas? What did you do? We enjoyed plenty of great food over here. In addition, I was spoilt with a whole lot of gifts. I’ll upload a video on that soon. Anyway, today I’m sharing my last cookie recipe for 2016. And it’s a good one. Seen as my Nutella cookies were quite a hit, I decided to make my last cookies recipe another stuffed kind of cookie. For this recipe, I stuffed delicious vanilla butter cookies with Rolos! Yep, that means you’re getting a gooey caramel core for free with these cookies. Read more