Old Monk Fig Almond Cake

If you love Old Monk, you’re in big, big trouble. It’s not just a drink for die hard fans but more of an attachment. It has given me so many memories that I will cherish forever. So it was no surprise using it in my cake.
A warm, boozy cake perfect for this weather. Do try it out!

Vanilla Cupcakes with Mysore Pak Frosting

If you’re a person who hates Indian sweets like me, then try adding them to your cupcakes or tarts and you’ll start to love it.
Paying homage to my state’s most beloved sweet- Mysore Pak, I got myself making these Vanilla Cupcakes with Mysore Pak frosting only because I can’t eat Indian mithais otherwise.
Read all about it here…

Almond and Jaggery Loaf

Are you in the mood for some traditional baking this Diwali?
I’ve never been a fan of Indian mithais so I’m bringing a twist to all things traditional.
Almonds is a must on every family’s table, so here’s my Almond & Jaggery Loaf which is delicious and happens to be very healthy too.
Happy Baking! 🙂

Cookie-Cake Cups!

Chocolate Fondants have always been an all-time favourite dessert. They are also known as lava cakes and chocolate molten cakes all over the world. The United States-based chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten claims to have invented molten chocolate cake in New York City in 1987, but the French chef and chocolatier Jacques Torres has disputed that claim, arguing that such a dish already existed in France. They are often considered as “naughty” foods. Now I get why! 😉 On the first day of this great Indian festival-Diwali, I decided to do a little twist to it. My Limited Edition: C