Swedish Princess Cake

There are millions of blogs in the web. You probably didn’t miss me at all. HA, didn’t expect you to. But you’re stuck with me. Today, I bring you a Swedish Princess Cake, of which the minuscule version can be easily found in iKEA (you know, the restaurant, not the furniture section?). I kinda like … Continue reading

Bread Pudding Tart with Brown Sugar Crumble (low fat & whole wheat)

Dear Barney, or Mr Stinson (Recovering Mentally Unsound human being, Whatever you prefer I call you), You’re handsome, hot, surprising sensitive, sometimes hilariously dumb, an insult to Barney the Dinosaur (since you two share the same name), terribly rich, gorgeously well-dressed and would totally win a Girls’ Choice Award. Unfortunately, I chanced upon your patent for … Continue reading

Strawberry Caramel Layer Cake (Vegan, Whole Wheat)

Yeah, its me. Back after twisting another foot, surviving a fever that’s (thank God) not due to dengue, and bearing with the aftermath of the fever– the worst kind of cough that causes even air to tickle the throat. Yikes. Now I have Show Luo’s eye bags, my bro’s practically permanent panda eyes and a … Continue reading

Strawberry Mirror Cake (No fat added!)

A couple days ago, I made this strawberry mirror cake. Its awesome and so good even without butter, oil, margarine, etc.  Notes Strawberry Mirror  adapted from Blessed Homemaker. You can make this vegan by using a vegan sponge/white/yellow cake. Enjoy your week… and have some cake! 😀

Peanut Butter & Jelly Pie — The Ultimate Makeover

. Imagine a delicious, guilt-inducing pie that’s all these… Alright, quit imagining because its reality.  Just look at that! A square piece of Peanut Butter & Jelly Pie and a cup of Homemade Soy Milk. A vegan high tea set!  . I like the pie frozen, but if you’re not into an ice-cream like,  peanut … Continue reading

Exploding Cream Buns 爆浆面包 (Whole Wheat & Vegan)

. One of the things I love most of Taiwan is the varied speeds of change in the country. The rocky path to my grandparents’ house  have those same old rocks embedded, the same old metal spring buried at one side, rows of crops of 槟榔叶 (betel leaves) grown by the same old farmers at … Continue reading