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June 2021

Classic chocolate chip cookies are an absolute delight and I love baking my version at home, regularly! Last week, I baked around 100 of these cookies for orders in my apartment and it was therapeutic, I must say! They are soft, gooey and absolutely delicious. Not to mention, made with whole wheat. There are so many versions of these cookies on the internet, so joining that club, here is my healthy homemade version! I add a little bit of cream cheese in mine, as it really adds to the flavor. You can, however, skip it. Let us see the ingredients needed to bake these: 165gms softened butter 40gms softened cream cheese (can be skipped, by increasing butter) 150gms brown sugar 1/2 tsp vanilla essence 200gms whole wheat flour 1/2 tsp baking soda 1/2 tsp baking powder 8-10 tbsp chocolate chips The measurements given above can yield 14-16 medium size

One of my favorite cakes to bake at home, this super spongy dry fruit loaf cake is a winner! It is made with 100% whole wheat, sweetened with brown sugar, and topped generously with assorted dryfruits. What more do you need for the perfect tea time cake?! I bake this beauty in my big loaf tin, if you want to bake a smaller version, feel free to halve the recipe. My family loves this as it's a spongy, dry vanilla cake that can be enjoyed over a few days after meals or during tea time. Let us see the ingredients needed for this recipe: 175gms softened butter (I used regular amul salted butter) 150gms brown sugar/jaggery powder/coconut sugar 1/2 tsp vanilla essence 2 eggs 150ml Milk 200gms Whole Wheat Flour (Atta) 2 tsp baking powder Assorted dry fruits and chocolate chunks METHOD: In a big baking bowl, cream the

Savory bakes are challenging for me as I usually indulge in the sweet ones such as cakes, brownies, cupcakes, and more. Most of my experiments in the healthy baking area involves chocolate as everyone in the family seems to love that! But, in order to expand my knowledge and understanding of baking, savory baking was something I wanted to try out. I have baked healthy breads before, natural colored breads, baked veggies, baked paneer tikka, and a few more. In order to learn more, I decided to give a try to baking a quiche, of course, a healthier one than the ones available at stores. I made the filling with paneer, corn and spices, you are free to use mince chicken or any other filling you like! Here is what you need to make the crust of this quiche: 180gms Whole