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No-Bake Oatmeal & Cereal Cookies w/ Chocolate Chips

No-Bake cookies are an easy way to whip up something sweet when you’re craving a cookie but don’t want to work for it. Well, these classic crunchy morsels are salty, sweet, chewy and so addictive! Make them soon ;-)

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Banana Bread w/ Dates & Coconut Sugar

I know there’re million banana bread recipes out there, but since I don’t have a lot of sweet recipes on my blog, I’m also sharing my one-bowl Banana Bread w/ Dates & Coconut Sugar recipe here! Sorry not sorry ;-)

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Cinnamon Coffee Croffles

I’m still very much enjoying this Croffle trend! And this time, I have a sweet twist on the savory Croque Madame Croffles that I made earlier. Are you ready for another croffle recipe?

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French Toast w/ Baguette

Though am not huge on breakfast, I do always enjoy a French Toast. These soaked slices or eggy bread paired with fresh fruits and syrup are definitely not a bad way to kick start your morning. I made mine with a day-old baguette. It’s much thicker and it’s almost as if you’re eating pancakes. Can I tempt you with this recipe?

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Easy Peasy Profiterole Wreath

On the day before Christmas, I decided to bring dessert to my parents place, because I’ve only bought savoury edible gifts and nothing sweet. This Easy Peasy Profiterole Wreath was done in seconds, because you’ll only need a few ingredients: some store bought profiteroles, white/dark chocolate, your fave toppings and you’re all set. Also, ask the little people at your party to fix dessert. They’ll have a good time doing it and you don’t have to stress about dessert ;-)

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Coconut & Pandan Brigadeiro – Taste of Malaysia 2020

Brigadeiro’s are known for their easy and delicious taste and I’m taking these famous Brazilian truffles or mini bonbons on a trip to Malaysia and present you with two delicious flavours: Coconut a Pandan! Try out this easy candy recipe yourself and learn more about this fragrant green leaf and the Taste of Malaysia in my blog post!

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(Fried) Rice Pudding Rolls

You may ask yourself now, who on earth comes up with Fried Rice Pudding Rolls? Well, your spiced girl was actually in the mood for a Korean rice cracker snack (which is made with day old rice and you fry in a pan until it becomes a big ol rice cracker) but unfortunately, I messed up the recipe. So, after tossing and turning the rice, I added milk, sugar and vanilla to it. Et voilà, the Rice Pudding happened. As for the fried rolls well, for that you’ll have to continue reading ;-)

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Sevai Kheer (Indian Vermicelli Dessert)

For the festive occasion: Diwali I made a Sevai Kheer (sweet vermicelli pudding) as a dessert. It was my first time and a huge succes! The Kheer came out silky, thick and very flavourful. So if you need a twist on your regular puds? Then this might be your next favourite dessert!

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