No-bake cheesecakes are such an easy, no fuss cheesecake recipe made from scratch. They are one of my favorite things to make during any type of celebration. It is perfect when you need something quick and easy, anywhere in any kitchen although you do not […]
This is one of the most classic dessert, tiramisu, with a twist in it. We love the bitter-sweet espresso, savory mascarpone cheese, and ladyfingers version, but have you ever thought that this delicious treat is also great when combined with other flavor? If you have ever though that tiramisu with tea-infused does not go together, you are about to change your mind. I have got this Matcha Tiramisu recipe for you. (more…)
Today I am happily sharing this Lemon and Thyme Yogurt Bundt Cake. The cake is a perfect combination of both sweet lemon and minty-earthy thyme. This time, I add freshly chopped thyme straight into the cake batter, making the thyme flavor shine through everything. It is actually a fairly mild in flavor, the cake is not that sweet and overwhelming. But If I am being honest, I think the real star is the lemon glaze on top. The lemon glaze not only adds the crisp on the outer layer of the cake, but also refreshing sweet and tart flavor that compliments the whole cake. (more…)
Notification alert, I just found my new recipe keeper; Lemon Yogurt Cake with Lemon Syrup. Some days ago, I just grabbed a great deal of purchasing a big container of plain yogurt for half price at nearby supermarket. I love to eat my yogurt in the […]
Thai iced tea is getting popular in my place as it is a perfect beverage to drink in hot weather. I decided to buy a pound of Thai tea mix without much thought when I set my eyes on that white and red package at local supermarket. There is only one brand of Thai tea mix available here, which is Number One Brand. Making your own Thai iced tea is surprisingly easy — just brew, strain, add condensed milk and voila… it’s ready to be served over ice.
Can you imagine how much a pound of loose tea leaves are in the package? For a cup of Thai iced tea, you need to add about one tablespoon of Thai tea mix. There was still a lot left over, so I decided to do a little experiment on infusing Thai tea with desserts. The result is a light, subtle flavor that offers an interesting change from your normal recipe. More importantly, there is no baking involved. (more…)