Today I am sharing you this delicious recipe that was submitted by one of my readers. This post was submitted by Hannah the Author of the Crunch & Cream. Hannah is 17 years old, disabled, and love cooking and developing my own recipes! My recipes suit a variety of diet types, but are usually quick and easy, taking less than half an hour. I often cook one-pan or vegetarian meals too, as well as some sweet recipes!
You can find her on social media: Instagram Pinterest Facebook TwitterSo it’s technically Spring now, even if it still feels like the middle of Winter, and that means it’s almost Summer so it’s the perfect time to start looking at recipes using fresh fruits, right? Ok, so maybe there aren’t in-season fresh fruits growing in abundance at the moment, but frozen is actually even more perfect for this frozen yogurt bark.
This fruity frozen yogurt bark is essentially a layer of frozen vanilla yogurt topped with swirls of lemon curd, strawberry jam, lemon zest, and frozen berries. It’s sooooo good – when it’s slightly softened, it’s actually super similar to ice cream. Finally, a socially acceptable way to eat ice cream for breakfast. Read more
Bibingkang Malagkit (Rice Cake) is a very popular dessert to make on holidays. There are different ways of making rice cake, some mix the coconut milk during the process of cooking the rice. The process of making bibingkang malagkit is a little bit different than the normal rice cake. On this recipe, I let the rice boiled with four cups of water and 1 can of the coconut milk (about 14 fl oz). Cooking the rice is not hard at all, but you have to pay attention that the bottom won’t get burn.
Once the rice goes into boil adjust your heat to a medium. Remember to stir it every now and then, if you need to add some water do so. Usually, adjust my heat to medium, and when the liquid is gone I turn it to low. Start making your topping, that way by the time your rice is done cooking for the second time your topping is ready. From the time it started boiling until it was cook it took about 45 minutes for the rice to cook.
Making the topping is going to take awhile, probably about 1 hour or so, depends really. You want the topping to caramelize that way it won’t look like water down on the top of your glutinous rice. Start your time once the mixture started boiling not from the time you added to the skillet.
Mine started boiling at 10:30 then I adjusted the heat to medium. I know the process is long that’s why I don’t make this often but on some occasion only. However, the aftermath of this cooking is going to be very delicious and you will get a lot of compliments. It took me about 55 minutes to finished making the toppings, I have leftovers which is not big deal.
In a non-stick skillet add ¼ cup of the coconut milk you set aside earlier. Then add the glutinous rice and the white sugar and mix very well. Let the mixture cook for about 5 minutes, mixing it constantly. Once it’s finished cooking, transfer the mixture to the pyrex, spread about 4 tablespoons of your topping mixture in the bottom of the pyrex so the glutinous rice won’t stick. Top the glutinous rice with the caramelized sauce you made, at this time you can just let this sit and serve it later. However, you can also put this in the oven for about 3 minutes broil it. Read more
Macaroni Fruit Salad is our all time favorite growing up. It’s a very popular dessert in my country, we make this kind of dessert when there is a birthday, wedding, family reunion and another occasion We rarely make this when there are no occasions. I remembered telling my mom that macaroni fruit salad is so much better than birthday cake.
Macaroni fruit salad is a mix of vegetables, condense milk and other delicious ingredients. This is the easiest delicious dessert to prepare. It doesn’t even take 20 minutes to prepare everything.
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Life is boring without dessert, well at least that’s how I think about it sometimes. So today I am sharing you these 20 Dessert Recipes I put together. I’m not a big dessert person, however, whenever I feel like baking dessert. I always end up having a marathon week where all I do is make dessert. Sometimes my husband has to remind me that there’s always next time. I don’t have to make all the dessert in one week just because I crave for it.
Dessert is something that I enjoy making, although I am not much of a dessert person. However, when I do eat or crave for it, I have to make myself stopped because if not I will be in a big trouble. As the holiday is approaching, one thing that I like giving as a gift is dessert. I know my mother-in-law she loves baking, we even give her a hint on what we want to eat for dessert and sure enough the next day it’s cooked.
This year I was really thinking hard about what kind of dessert should I baked this year. I found different desserts recipes that I believed you all might like as well. Whenever we get invited to a get together I always carry a dessert with a long with a different dish. Most of the time when there is a party we normally do potluck that way the host won’t be tired and can actually visit with the guest.
Anyway, I hope that you will enjoy these different dessert recipes that I come up with. I thank all the bloggers who gave me permission to share their recipe as well as their photos. Let me know down in the comments below which dessert is your favorite. Read more
It’s that time of the year where a lot of us will be baking so many sweet treats. I have been debating on what should I share first, so I gathered all these cookies recipes. Some of these recipes you can make for this upcoming Halloween, others would be perfect for the Christmas or even for daily treats. Cookies recipes are not hard to find nowadays it pretty much flooded on the internet and other social media. I came up with these few cookies recipes for you all to help you kick your fall to a great start.
Cookies are so delicious to have as a snack, partnering it with a glass of milk oh boy you are in heaven for it. Kids love having cookies here at home, most of the time they only get once a month. But during fall we tend to bake more often, so I hope that these recipes I have gathered will be helpful to you all
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