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Healthy Milktart crepes

Milktart Crepes have become my ultimate favorite way to eat crepes. Even though Nutella coconut filled crepes right next to the Ifle tower is hard to beat. Crepes with a view can be anyone's favorite am I right? No matter what they taste like. Now you don"t have to go all the way to France to experience good enough crepes. I combined the much loved French dessert with a well-known favorite in South African. One thing that we have in common is that we love crepes too. I guess that I am finding more and more similarities to cure the "missing home" blues.
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Buche de Noël Mignon Reine

Buche de Noël Mignon Reine is a basic sponge cake rolled with a filling and then decorated as a fun activity. I would think that it should be one of the best ways to entertain your kids this festive season and teach them a thing or two about baking.
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Galette de Rois Nutella Strawberries

No new year in France is celebrated without the Traditional Galette de Rois. You could be king for the day, mind you! I made mine with Nutella & strawberries... Def the best way to start off the new year!
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Berry Fruit Pizza Whipped Coconut Cream

Berry Fruit Pizza Whipped Coconut Cream - Got your attention already? Light, Fluffy, Crumbly and fresh. All in one bite? You bet!
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Red Velvet Mint Chocolate Whoopie pies

Red Velvet Mint Chocolate Whoopie pies, there is certainly no better way than to start the new season. Move aside meat pies! Red, deliciously creamy, decadent and sweetened with a hint of mint dark chocolate.
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Mini Malva Puddings Bailey's cream

Mini Malva puddings Bailey's cream are seriously yum! Come on what is better than a Malva pudding! Those who don't know, gosh you are missing out! This pudding is a proper Sunday lunch dessert. Served with a ridiculous amount of hot custard or cream...
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French Cremora tart

French Cremora tart has become a favorite of mine...Crumbly ginger base with a creamy tangy filling! Ginger biscuits are used instead of the traditional coconut biscuits that are found only in SA. I had to make some substitutions, but it worked out great!!