– Breads and Buns –
These doughnuts are so incredibly light and crispy (thanks to two special secret ingredients) that no store-bought version could ever match-up!
When it comes to Eid, two desserts are ALWAYS better than one and these two recipes will maximise your time in the kitchen.
Gluten-free luqaimat with date syrup are the perfect treat for any celebration! They are crisp and crunchy, oozing bittersweet date syrup.
These light-as-air doughnuts taste just like chocolate eclairs and the best part? You probably already have all the ingredients you need to make them in your pantry!
This is a delicious no-knead, mix-and-proof bread recipe that’s perfect if you love baking bread but don’t have a stand mixer or are a bread baking novice.
These super soft brioche buns are swirled with peanut butter and have a crunchy peanut brittle bottom. Better make a double batch to be safe!
1 September 2019 is World Koesister Day so whip up a batch of naartjie koesisters, a twist on a traditional Cape Malay recipe!
Take classic hot cross buns, stuff them with cheddar, wrap them in maple bacon and what do you have? Probably the best hot cross bun spin-off of all time!
These baked cake doughnuts are made by throwing everything together in one bowl! They have a crunchy biscuit layer on the bottom and are dipped in a glaze made with cereal milk.
These light-as-air pull-apart brioche buns have pockets of tangy marmalade and melted white chocolate inside and a crunchy sugary crust.