Have a taste of this egg-cellent Leche Flan!

Every Filipino have had a taste, and we all know how delicious it is. Leche Flan! It’s soft, beautiful, dark yellow color with it’s golden caramel drizzle on top. Who couldn’t resist? For sure, you’ve seen how this dessert is made once, twice, or even more in your life. But haven’t you ever wondered how it’s able to maintain it’s oblong shape, despite having all wet ingredients? Well it’s the main ingredient that does the job.

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I can’t believe it’s butter! Cream some frosting with Vanilla Cupcakes

Ah cupcakes! Everyone’s favorite dessert to make. It’s so sweet, delicious, and delicate, but quite easy to make. The most important part of a cupcake that makes it too good to eat is the frosting on top. And that uses a lot of butter. Not just on the frosting but the cupcake itself.

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Baking Soda, Baking Powder, What’s the Difference? Let’s find out with Brownies!

Who doesn’t love brownies? It’s cocoa powder mixed in with chocolate chunks, and can even be topped with melted chocolate. One of the easiest baked goodie to make! And certainly one of the most delicious. In every good brownie recipe requires baking soda or baking powder. But what’s the difference, really? It might look or sound the same, but it isn’t.

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It’s Alive! Learn about fermentation by making Focaccia

Bread. A basic staple, with a hard outer layer, but soft and fluffy on the inside. It can be eaten with anything, anytime of the day, and anywhere you are. We might think that it is so simple to make because of its abundance, but it isn’t really. Don’t fret though! We’ll make it simple for you. This is just to get you out of your comfort zone. We are going to start by making Focaccia. A savory, thick Italian flat bread with a crispy salty outer layer, drizzled with a lot of olive oil. Inside is a soft spongy layer. On top can be anything, from tomatoes, basil, rosemary, potatoes, cheese or whatever suits your taste.

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