Recipe Gallery Share the Love Recipe 0 Prep Time 0 Cook Time Serves 2 4 – 6 People Difficulty 0 Beginner Ingredients 400ml coconut milk or cream 1/4 cup corn starch (mixed with some milk to make a paste) 1 tsp vanilla extract 1/4 cup sugar or choice For slices of your favorite bread, I […]
Hot cross bun pull apart loaf is the absolute best idea when you’re looking for something special to spice up your Easter celebrations. Its the perfect balance between doughy, sweet and spicy. It’s amazing to think that most all baked good can be made vegan, and oh bot, I’m so glad this one turned out so great! We thoroughly enjoyed this loaf so much and I even wanted to make it again but had to refrain myself to other Easter goodies for now. One thing is for sure, it was unforgettable.
Cinnamon sugar pumpkin fritters are vegan and oh so delicious! I was so surprised by these fritters that I made them two days in a row and even my better half could not tell the difference. They are crunchy on the outside and super soft and chewy. They remind me so much of my mother’s pumpkin fritters that we would have for Sunday lunch and I think even she would approve.
Cinnamon dumplings aka souskluitjies are the ultimate South African comfort food. Lazy days, rainy days or just flat out days. This recipe is a fixer-upper. It’s my pint of ice cream (if I was a Gilmore girl). It’s doughy, soft like a cloud and drenched in a sweet cinnamon syrup, that makes you want to lick the bowl after…
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.