Zucchini Lemon Loaf

Last year, I learnt that zucchini isn’t reserved for savoury dishes alone. No, it works really well in baking too. In the same way that carrot adds sweetness and moisture to a…

French Toast

Can you believe that I’ve never made French toast before? My kids were beyond excited to hear about “pancake toasts” and munched down a whole bunch of these. Luckily, I made quite…

Tea Cakes

In Swedish, these breads are called tea cakes. A soft, round bun, a little on the sweet side but still used as bread for sandwiches. Help me out – is there a…

Rhubarb Cake

If I had to choose one flavour that represents summer, it would have to be rhubarb. The fresh, crispy notes makes a perfect balance in this sweet cake. I found the recipe…

Cinnamon Weave Bread

Did I mention I’m in a baking craze? There are simply too many lovely creations to try. I saw this beautiful weave bread from @stemsandforks on Pinterest and just had to make…

Rhubarb Rolls

Today it’s been one year since I started this blog. I’ve had so much fun cooking, photographing and writing, and blogging has really made me more motivated in the kitchen. And I’ve…

Hot Cross Buns

Happy Easter! I discovered Hot Cross Buns when we were in Australia last year. We all fell in love with these soft, doughy buns, and ate them all the time. It wasn’t…

Almond Pear Cake

I made this cake the other week, and as usual I improvised as I was whipping it up. Sometimes it fails, but this time it was a winner! It was so moist…

Tomato Miso Soup

A very quick dinner, improvised as I was cooking. Sautéed onion and garlic in olive oil, tinned tomatoes, thinly sliced carrot, vegetable stock and a heaped tablespoon of miso. Boiled until the…

Raspberry Cardamom Knots

Yet another bake with that sweet yeast dough, that you you’ll find in my cinnamon star bread post. This time I filled it with raspberry and cardamom and twisted them into little…