This best Rice Krispie treat recipe is made with 3 simple ingredients, marshmallows, butter and Rice Krispies. It is so delicious, ridiculously easy to make and tastes better with a drizzle of chocolate. This rice Krispie treat is an Easter worthy recipe! Best Rice Krispie Treat Recipe It takes massive […]
Yam ball is another homemade snack loved by Nigerians and it is very popular in Ghana too. My mum taught me how to make this simple but delicious yam balls. Any time we have cooked yam leftovers, you can be assured that she’s going to make yam balls. I have […]
These babies right here are very addictive and healthy when eaten in moderation. I was feeling peckish the other day and I didn’t want to open a packet of crisps because I have now decided to start watching my height again. hahaha.
My cookie journey started when I baked my first ever Millies cookies using this recipe I found here, I have since then not looked back. Though, I seldom bake cookies just for one simple reason, I don’t want to be addicted to them. They are very addictive! I bake them to remind myself that I still have my A- game on in baking.
Summer is here, yaay! To everyone that have worked on their summer body till date, I say well done to you all and to some of us that have managed not to keep food out of our mouths, I say more power to our elbows. Lol
This recipe is for plantain/pancake lovers. I named it Plantain bite as it was an adaptation from the Ghanaian tatale and the jewish latkes.
One of the many treats I looked forward to whilst growing up, was coconut candy without the nuts. I remember going to the stall of this woman and her children who sold the candy in wholesale, I usually go with my friends and we would get discounts and crumbs because we were young high school students.
Is it safe to call myself a food blogger or am I still getting there? One thing I noticed since I started food blogging is that I want everything to be perfect. I don’t want to plate like I’m serving in a cafeteria but like I’m being watched and my customers are paying a lot to see my food pictures as well as my recipes. I made this fried yam recently and it was almost perfect until I got a phone call from someone
I was feeling peckish the other day but to be honest I could have just drank water or ate a fruit, instead I went into the kitchen checked in the cupboard and bang I’m making a fudge. For this lovely soft melt in the mouth recipe, you will need 3 ingredients and 15 minutes cooking time.