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Blueberry macadamia biscuits

Blueberry macadamia biscuits are a special treat, when stress baking kicks in, you'll be at ease to know that you can whip up some buttery biscuits in no time at all. These biscuits are so very versatile, you can add your own little twist and flavour combination. Whatever the mood calls for!
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Red pepper sun dried tomato hummus

Red pepper sun-dried tomato hummus is such a flavorful hummus recipe, it's perfect to zush up that salad, pre-drinks snacks, and late afternoon goûter. Hummus is probably one of the things I eat the most, it goes so well with so many vegetables and dishes. This version is a must make, the red pepper and the sun-dried tomatoes are a winning combination. 
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Chocolate chip peanut butter scrolls

Chocolate chip peanut butter scrolls are perfectly acceptable for a breakfast alternative. If the French can eat chocolate for breakfast so can you, and you'll certainly want to make it a habit from here on out...These scrolls are best of both worlds, healthy and delicious.
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Milk tart rusks

Milk tart rusks are the ultimate take on the traditional SA dessert. If you're an absolute fan of rusks then you have to try these vegan rusks! They are so delicious and super easy to make. I have tried and tried different versions of vegan rusks and I have to say that these might be my favorite batch, even if I have said this in a previous post, please forgive me...
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Vegan labneh platter

Vegan labneh platter is the perfect treat for a low maintenance entree, dinner or snack. The prep time is certainly worth every creamy bite.
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Maple oat cheddar scones

Maple oat cheddar scones are probably the best thing about this week, it's been pretty miserable weather lately and I can't help to think that only freshly baked scones can do the trick? It is bad of me to think that food can fix any mood? Oh, boy these scones are such a mood booster. They are everything I need right now, coziness in every bite!
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Caramelised Red onion dip

Caramelized red onion dip is certainly the most underrated dip ever. It's super simple to make and tastes so so good. This dip will make any bland old salad and tasteless sarmie taste like a first class meal.
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Festive spiced chocolate chip cookies

Festive spiced chocolate chip cookies are part of my baking itinerary this festive season. How quickly and super long this year has felt. It feels pretty weird making my first batch of festive treats, I just blinked and it's December again. Chocolate chip is a favorite for so many households. Who doesn't love chocolate or desserts? These are spiced with ginger, nutmeg, and cinnamon. Bringing some Christmas cheer to a very different Christmas that's for sure!
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Malva pudding Brioche donuts

Malva pudding Brioche donuts, yep there is such a thing as heaven in every bite and these fluffy clouds of goodness do not only combine the two cultures that I have been delved in but also express the memories of tastes that I just can't seem to shake. I love Brioche, because it's soft and light, and then again I love malva pudding that is more sticky and dense. These two are rolled in to one, and gosh it's just yum. 
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Brioche miso caramel cinnamon buns

Brioche miso caramel cinnamon buns are probably one of the best cinnamon buns I've ever made. In these crazy times, being at home and baking delicious treats has been such therapy to me and dear of dear these buns are the ultimate way to have a therapy session. They are light, so fluffy, and undeniably addictive.