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I was flipping through my baking books deciding on what to make when I realised that I still haven’t made any of Bunner’s cake recipes! Bunner’s is one of my all time favourite bakeries. They’re a %100 vegan and gluten free bakery with two locations in Toronto. When I was home last, I picked up…

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Time for my second pizza mix review! This time I’m testing out the Authentic Foods mix, which I also bought online. I wanted to test out a different one from the Simple Mills version which was super healthy, grain free, and high protein. This mix on the other hand resembles white flour and is made…

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Homemade sweet cardamon buns filled with vanilla custard, these Scandinavian little buns will steal your heart! https://gfhomebakery.com INGREDIENTS: 6 Tbsp butter melted 1 1/4 (10 oz/ 296 ml) cup milk lukewarm 2 tsp dry active yeast 1/4 cup (50 gram/ 1.78 oz)sugar 1/4 tsp salt 1 tsp cardamom ground 4 cups gluten free flour (preferably for…

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I just know it’s going to be a good day when I have all ingredients on hand for a Bunny’s Bite recipe. I skimmed through Madeline’s instagram for something I could make today when it hit me – it’s been a while since I had brownies. By a while I mean maybe, a month or…

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A very exciting thing has happened recently in Korea and it’s the arrival of green apples! We never get them and so I was jumping with joy when I saw them at a market the other day. I had to grab a bag but had no idea what I was going to do with them.…

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I’ve been craving pizza for what feels like ages, and upon actually thinking about it I realized it made perfect sense – it’s been a year since I’ve had pizza! It sounds crazy but it’s understandable when you’re allergic to gluten and dairy.  I decided to take it upon myself to test out all of…

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The summer has me reaching for non-bake recipes as the thought of turning on my oven in this heat (and humidity) makes me cringe a little! I’ve been craving a mousse or pudding and had yet to try out aquafaba for one. Aquafaba mousse has also been all over the Facebook Group (Aquafaba Hits &…

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It was recently National Chocolate Day. I need to get a calendar to keep up with all of these food-related holidays because I always find out about them far after the fact. Despite that, when I found out about National Chocolate Day I immediately tried to brainstorm what I could make to celebrate it, even…

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Now that I’m back into my aquafaba craze I decided to whip up some vegan meringue buttercream! It’s been on my list for ages and I finally found an excuse to try it as an option for a wedding I’ll be baking for this summer.  I followed this recipe from Gretchen’s Bakery. It turned out…

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I’m addicted to recipes from Bunny’s Bite ever since trying her chocolate chip cookies – see that post here. They were so chewy and decadent, easy to throw together, not to mention healthy and as always vegan and gluten free! I wanted to give another of her recipes a shot so I chose her double…

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It’s been a while since I attempted vegan meringues and after trying again this week I have no idea why! The first time was a total flop, but there’s a lot of variables involved in the meringue making process and I’m sure I made mistakes on at least a couple the first time around.  This…

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Where has the last 7 months gone? An international move and two school terms later and here I am – smack bang in the middle of winter. Getting used to the cooler weather after 15 years in all-year-round tropical humidity is not easy. All I want to do after my day is rug up, binge-watch…

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I think I’ve discovered the ultimate double chocolate cookie recipe. The original is gluten free but not vegan, so I veganized it and I was so impressed with the results. I could barely resist the cookie dough, let alone the fresh baked cookies. Double chocolate cookies hold a special place in my heart as we…

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My mother used to buy sugar-coated pull apart bread for our breakfast when we were young. This is one of my favourite old school bread and I remembered how we enjoyed tearing apart the sugar-coated bread. I simply love the sprinkled sugar on top of the bread. The bread was so soft and sweet that…

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INGREDIENTS: 5.6 oz (160 grams) all purpose flour 3.5 oz (100 grams) chilled butter, cut in small cubes 2.3 oz (65 grams) light brown sugar 1 teaspoon orange zest 1 large egg, room temperature 8.8 oz (250 grams) milk chocolate DIRECTIONS: To make the cookie: In a food processor, add the flour and chilled butter.…