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If you are searching for a no recipe roasted chicken this is one that could help inspire you. I know that sounds weird but this is a “recipe” inspiration because you can basically add anything you want plus the chicken and viola you have a roast chicken dish for dinner. Its really fail proof and super easy to make. Read on to get inspired. ...

Posted on Jan 18 2015 - 9:21am by The Wife
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Caramel walnut blondies. Soft chewy and sweet on the inside with an occasional crunch to them is a great dessert with coffee or tea. Blondies to me are a substitute for brownies. Instead of chocolate blondies are simply replaced with brown sugar. Try baking these for friends who are allergic to chocolate. In this entry I have also included a short video of the baking process! ...

Posted on Dec 9 2014 - 4:30pm by The Wife
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Its another carrot cake recipe again. I know I know you must be thinking what are the difference between this and the other carrot cake recipes that I baked from the other time. Well this is the recipe that I use to bake until I started with all the different carrot cake variations. This recipe is a keeper. Simple, easy and you can never go wrong. The classic carrot cake with cream cheese frosting. ...

Chocolate glazed breakfast pear muffin that is filled with autumn spices. A comforting pear muffin recipe that is relatively healthy and a great way to get rid of left over pears. These muffins are moist and not very sweet and could also be a on the go snack as well. ...

Its beer and beef again. As the temperature starts falling we start craving for beef stew. It is not the first time we made dark beer beef stew but it is certainly the first time we turned it into a pie. The buttery flaky puff pastry with rich and tender beef is great for those fall/winter nights! ...

Posted on Nov 15 2014 - 2:00pm by The Wife
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Snickers brownies! Do I need to explain more? Decadent and moist brownies topped with chewy peanut butter cream and a thin layer of caramel. For added crunch and something salty, another layer of roasted slightly salted peanuts. To make this over the top. Of course its not the end. We go all the way out and coat this heavenly creation with milk chocolate. Want to know how its done? Read on to find...

Posted on Nov 8 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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Autumn is also a time for crispy sweet apples. This is my version of apple streusel cake. The super moist buttermilk cake with bursts of slightly tangy apples topped with buttery sweet crumble. Paired together with a cup of coffee on those cold rainy autumn days is just perfect. Again like most stuff I bake, is pretty easy ;) ...

We are officially in autumn! It did not really feel like autumn until we came back to Germany a couple of days ago and noticed that the roads are all covered in pretty red and orange leaves. With the temperatures dropping and rain pouring down, there is nothing more comforting than a hot bread soup. This is the dressed up version of the first bread soup we made. Using seasonal cauliflower with blue...

Looking for something that is fool proof? This classic combination of moist chocolate cupcake and vanilla frosting is definitely a crowd pleaser. The cherry on top makes it a little harder to resist. The vanilla buttercream frosting is a simple and basic recipe that can be used to frost any cake! ...

Posted on Oct 28 2014 - 9:18pm by The Wife
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Black coffee and caramel latte has got to be the most ordered coffee the Husband orders from Starbucks. This cupcake is inspired by that. A coffee flavoured cupcake with a caramel buttercream frosting. The perfect dessert for afternoon tea or coffee. If there is any way to pump caffeine in your blood stream this could possibly be the solution. ...

There is nothing more comforting than a moist chocolate cupcake with sweet caramel buttercream frosting. The chocolate cupcake recipe is based on the moist and rich chocolate cake recipe I baked a couple of weeks back. Using the exact same recipe, I turned them into 24 decadent chocolate cupcakes. ...

Posted on Oct 7 2014 - 4:00pm by The Wife
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Fall is officially here which also means pumpkins are in season. There is no better way to celebrate fall than to use pumpkins. This pumpkin banana bread recipe is really easy to prepare. The pureed pumpkin naturally sweetness the bread while the banana keeps this bread ultra moist for days! ...