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The spirit of Christmas is in the air and we are super excited for all that is coming our way this new year! Many of you will be hosting Christmas parties or wish to make something at home for your loved ones and we have the perfect recipe for you! These are super easy, Christmas theme homemade Cakesicles that you can make, relish and enjoy with friends or family. They look super cute, don't they? You can customise them as per your wish too. For this recipe, we visited a super talented Bangalore based homebaker, Richa Sharma, based on Sarjapur Road. She is running her venture called 'Not Just Cakes' since 4 years, and is appreciated for her fabulous baking by customers! She has been kind enough to shoot a video with us and showcase this delicious recipe, let us get

Mini Cheesecakes are my new favorite obsession as they are quick to bake, look cute and taste amazing! I have made a variety of cheesecakes before in my baking journey but this time, I made a fusion version of the same! On the auspicious occasion of Diwali, I was contemplating on what to create when this popped in my mind and I attempted it! It turned out super delicious and became a hit among my family and friends. I had apprehensions regarding how the gulab jamun will react when baked or if it will taste good together with cheesecake, but when I had the final product, all these questions were answered and I loved the taste! These are eggless, bite sized, and a little bit Desi, what more do you need?! Let's look into the ingredients you need for this

Kitchen automation is a new concept today in the F&B industry, with businesses wanting to scale up their operations across borders. When one expands the restaurant, it is difficult to maintain quality, consistency and taste of the dishes. This is where machines play an important role and help chefs in churning out the same dish time and again for their valued customers. We learnt about this concept during our recent shoot at Mukunda Foods in Bangalore. They are a kitchen robotics and automation company that provide solutions for QSR and cloud brands. The cofounder, Mr. Eshwar, along with his partner, had started a QSR(Quick service Restaurant), a few years back , but as time passed, their customers pointed out that the food was tasting different on different days. This made them think deeply on the concept of automation and gave

The smell of freshly baked cinnamon rolls at home, hits differently, doesn't it? Have them for breakfast, with a hot cup of tea or coffee, it's always a delight! I love baking these with my sister, on lazy afternoons, or for orders. I make the dough and she does the shaping. It's a team effort and it is totally worth it when you have the house filled with the aroma of cinnamon, sugar and butter! SO GOOD, right? If you want to try this healthy version of cinnamon rolls at home, read on for the ingredients (the measurements given will yield 20-22 big size cinnamon rolls): 260 ml warm milk 140 gms brown sugar/jaggery powder 1.5 tbsp active dry yeast/instant yeast (I use the one by PMW on Amazon) 120 gms softened butter (I use regular salted Amul Butter) 2 large eggs, at room temperature 450

Fudgy, decadent brownies with a dollop of vanilla icecream, sounds like the perfect indulgence, doesn't it? What if you can create these delicious, warm brownies at home? It's super easy to bake, doesn't contain any maida or white sugar, and topped with a universal favorite, Peanut Butter! Honestly, what more do you need for the perfect homemade dessert? Let us know the ingredients needed to bake these, the recipe being given here will yield 9 large size brownie squares: 110gms butter (I used regular salted Amul Butter) 115gms Amul Dark Chocolate 200gms brown sugar/jaggery powder/coconut sugar 2 large eggs, at room temperature 1/2 tsp vanilla essence 90gms whole wheat flour 2 tbsp cocoa powder 1/2 tsp coffee powder (optional, but recommended) 3-4 tbsp unsweetened peanut butter METHOD: In a microwave safe bowl, measure and add the butter + chocolate. Melt it in bursts of 20 seconds, making sure that it

  It is raining here in Bangalore and the weather is chilly most of the time. It seems like the ideal time to have a cup of hot chocolate with warm cookies, doesn't it? On such a pleasant day, the idea of making these cookies came to me, mostly because I had a lot of cream cheese lying in the fridge. So, both combined, gave birth to these wheat cream cheese cookies! They are easy to bake, light, low sugar and so delicious! I have used a star cookie cutter here, you can feel free to shape them as you please. Let us get into the ingredients you need for this recipe, the measurements given will yield 20-25 medium size cookies: 200 gms Whole Wheat Flour 1/2 tsp baking powder 115 gms softened butter (I used Amul salted butter) 60 gms softened cream cheese 100 gms

Cupcakes are one of my favorite desserts and I love indulging in them! I remember buying cupcakes almost every week after my college would get over. Be it red velvet, vanilla, chocolate, caramel, cupcakes were my go to dessert fix. After the pandemic happened and I started experimenting more in the field of baking, I knew that I had to make healthy cupcakes as well. In the beginning, I made wheat cupcakes with eggs, which turned out really delicious and eventually, I tried an eggless version as well. Personally, I like this eggless version more- it's super moist, fluffy and so delicious. The best part is that you can bake them quickly, with easy ingredients available in your pantry. For the frosting, we have kept it really simple. Read on for the recipe, let us start with the ingredients for

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