Vegan Chocolate Pudding Cake Recipe

This rich, decadent and gooey Chocolate Pudding cake is easy to make and absolutely delicious. For the final day of this year’s Bake-a-thon, I have an easy to make Chocolate Pudding cake. I made a pumpkin bread to post today but for some reason it didn’t slice neatly. It tasted amazing though – hopefully I’ll…

Swedish Almond Coffeecake Recipe

Swedish Almond Coffeecake is a scrumptious pastry made with lightly sweet yeasted bread and filled with luscious almond filling. This is a eggfree recipe. I am starting a brand new week of blogging today. This week I am combining Blogging marathon and Bake-a-thon events. I didn’t realize what I was getting into when I signed…

Sourdough Carrot Cake

I made this cake first time more than 3 years ago when I first got the sourdough starter. I took it to work and everyone loved it there. But I haven’t had a chance to make it again until now. I saw the recipe in the King Arthur Catalog and it reminded me of the moist and delicious cake that I made years ago. Sourdough starter makes this cake very moist and there are no tell-tale signs of sourness or the addition of sourdough starter anywhere. I halved the original recipe and made 1 8″ round cake. Then frosted the…

English Muffin Bread

Blogging Marathon# 40: Week 1/ Day 3 Theme: Yeast Breads Dish: English Muffin Bread Today’s bread is very simple to make and needs only 1 rise, it can be made in less than 2 hours from start to finish. A great bread for newbies, not much kneading involved — mix up the ingredients, scoop into the baking pan and let rise, then bake it off to get a nice textured bread that is perfect when toasted and with some jam or chocolate hazelnut spread.

Soft Wholewheat Bread

Blogging Marathon# 40: Week 1/ Day 2 Theme: Yeast Breads Dish: Wholewheat Bread Making homemade bread is quite satisfying. I’m not a pro at bread baking and I always follow the recipes to the T. Baking is a science and I don’t think I have the expertise to make up my own bread recipes yet. I go-to site for everything related to baking is King Arthur flour site. The only changes I usually make is to add wholewheat flour for a part of white flour other than I don’t take too many chances in baking.

Banana Yeasted Sandwich Bread

Blogging Marathon# 40: Week 1/ Day 1 Theme: Yeast Breads Dish: Banana Yeasted Sandwich Bread We are back to the regular weeking marathons this month. It has been quite a roller coaster ride exploring the dishes from all the Indian states. So I’m taking a short break from Indian food and decided to bake some yeast breads for the first week of Blogging Marathon# 40. My husband bought me this Bread maker recently. He wanted to buy one a while back, but I was resisting the idea — didn’t want to clutter the kitchen with another appliance. But when it…

Homemade Bread Bowls for Soups

King Arthur site is my favorite place to look for baking recipes. They have fool proof recipes and almost everything I have baked from there have been a success. So if you are a beginning baker, then start your search in the King Arthur site and I’m sure you will slowly gain confidence in your baking skills. I made these homemade bread bowls to serve the broccoli-cheese soup.This recipe makes buns that are perfect to serve soup for 1 — not too big and not too small. They are also soft and great to eat just as is. Make the…

Self Saucing Chocolate Cake (Vegan recipe)

Happy Valentines Day to everyone. After posting the Mango custard yesterday, I thought I should also post something with Chocolate for Valentines day. Valentines day without chocolate is probably unthinkable for some, but history channel says that this association happened only recently even though the roots of Valentines day go all the way back to Roman era. Chocolate is a well known aphrodisiac, but the main reason for chocolate being the center of this holiday could be the candy companies marketing strategies. Whatever it might be, here’s another reason to enjoy our beloved chocolate. I saw this recipe in King…

Bread Sticks

Blogging Marathon# 37: Week 2/ Day 1 Theme: Kid’s Delight — Oven Baked Snacks Dish: Bread Sticks We begin our 2nd week of Blogging Marathon today and my theme for this week is ‘Kid’s Delight — Baked Treats’. This month’s Kid’s delight host PJ @ Seduce your tastebuds wants us to send in kid approved baked dishes. So I have 3 recipes for this week that are approved by my little ones. First up are Oven baked Bread Sticks. We love the soft bread sticks served at Olive Garden and I was looking for a recipe to make them for…

Almond-Pistachio Cloud Cookies (Gluten free & Dairy free recipe)

This is the first cookie I made for this holiday season. I had jars of almond paste and pistachio paste in the pantry and I found these cookies on King Arthur flour site. There is no flour, no dairy and no oil/ fat recipe — gluten free and diary free recipe. Egg whites hold the cookies together. Cookies turned out chewy and delicious. These cookies are very easy to put together. No refrigeration is required, so these can be made when with no prior planning and no time at all. Perfect when you need cookies or something sweet really really…