Condensed Milk Milk Tart

I thought I was finished with making milk tart in all the different flavours and pairings, guess not! My adventure continues, I am gone try and make as many flavours and pairings as I can think of! Hope you enjoy this adventure with me! This week I made condensed milk milk tart. Yummy, light and…

Caramel & Chocolate Cake with Caramel Chocolate Buttercream

You can use any easy muffin mix or cake mix, just add 1 can of caramel added to 400g of chocolate. Melt in the microwave till melted. Add cake mix or muffin mix. Pop in the oven on 190 Degrees Celsius, for 30 minutes. Don’t forget to add all the other ingredients as it says…

Butternut Fritters

Butternut Fritters is a much loved traditional South-African dish! My mom made it when we would have Sunday lunch which include rice, some veggies and some roast meat with some gravy and butternut fritters was always included! We get pumpkin fritters they are just as good there is no difference except that I love butternut…

Chicken & Bacon Stew

Me and my husband made this stew a while back, it’s packed full of flavour and delicious too! You will need: 1 Skinless Chicken Thigh chopped 300g bacon chopped 2 Carrots Grated 3 Potatoes chopped 1 Onion Chopped1 cup of frozen beans 5 whole mushrooms 1/4 Cup boiled water1/2 Cup Soya Sauce1 cube of chicken…

Caramelised Oats

This caramelised oats was used for the Nuttikrust. So delicious, crunchy goodness! Recipe from Amy Kayes Kitchen. A crispy caramelized oat topping that can be used in many different waysIngredients125g butter 1/2 cup brown sugarGenerous pinch of salt1 cup of Old Fashioned Rolled Oats InstructionsPreheat oven to 180 degrees celsius and line a baking sheet…

The Townsend’s Ricotta Beef Lasagna

Lasagna is one of those timeless meals, that never go out of style. Whether it’s summer or winter, lasagna is perfect and full of veggies and the good stuff. We love the taste of ricotta so me and my husband decided to add it to the white sauce. Wow, what a difference it makes. It…

Kerikeri Road Trip Chapter 1

It was a lovely sunny Sunday morning when me and my husband decided to go to Kerikeri to visit some of our friends. We should have gotten up earlier as it’s quite a distance to Kerikeri. The drive is about 3 hours and 30 minutes so we actually should have been on the road by…

Caramel Milk Tart

Coming up with new concepts is so much fun. I have googled if there was a caramel milktart and didn’t find what I was after, so I made it. The first and only caramel milktart. Foodies of South Africa helped me, by using the base of their recipe and working from their tweaking it a…

My Gran’s All Bran Muffins

Happy February, with a new month, come endless possibilities and new opportunities to improve, to change and to better ourselves to the best version of ourselves. Growing up, when we would walk into my grandmother’s kitchen, you would smell this muffins a mile away. I loved these muffins, always look forward to eating them. My…

Crunchies by my Mother in-law

Crunchies is a well known and well loved South African treat. Me and my husband just love these! They are so full of flavour and also healthy! They get their name from the crunchy, chewy bites that they are. Here is the recipe: Ingredients: 4 Cups of Flour 2 Cups of Coconut 4 Cups of…