My mother accidentally bought cream cheese that the supermarket froze, so she handed me the blocks of odd-textured cream cheese to work with. Cheesecake was the best option, and I decided to try Joy Of Baking’s individual cheesecake. Result? Delicious, creamy, adorable!
Mock exams are over, and boy do I need a break. Stress for two weeks, last-minute cramming, and high fever. Lovely. Anyways, so after the mock exams were done, I needed to indulge. With molten lava cake.
I used Gordon Ramsay’s recipe posted here, halved the recipe, and made 6 molten lava cakes. It was really tasty, I love the lava in the center! It’s relatively easy to make too! I remember watching Masterchef, and they said 1 second before, it will be soup, 1 second after, it will be a brownie. Not true haha! So don’t be intimidated by the molten lava goodness!
“Maxine, Ye Ye requested your chocolate cake.”
“What? Again? He doesn’t want me to make something new?”
“No, he told both your uncle and auntie to tell me that he wants your cake again.”
Cheesecakes are wonderful, Oreo cookies are wonderful too. Let’s make a beautiful marriage with the two.
Cheesecakes are wonderful. I remember my first Cheesecake Factory slice- delicious and creamy! The only problem I have with these cheesecakes is how guilty I feel after each slice (which by the way, I had to share with my mum to finish it). When cutting a slice, cutting a small slice makes you itch to take a bit, taking too large a slice is too fattening. So what’s the solution?
Hello there, fellow non-existent readers! This is my first ever blog post, and trust me, I feel really odd. Also, I am not a professional photographer, but here’s the best photos I could produce.
Today I am going to share this recipe that I recently baked for someone’s birthday: Japanese strawberry shortcake. Japanese strawberry shortcake is essentially a spongecake with strawberries and whipped cream, making it simple, refreshing and most importantly, delicious!