Packed with flavour from the sundried tomatoes, garlic and herbs give this “not your usual” bread a go. You will love the melting taste and the cheese is a bonus of course – Chef Yolandi
Desert & Bread Recipes
The next time you walk into your kitchen, walk into the warm, sweet scent of mielie bread. Let a smile curl along your lips as you taste that first, moist bite with your imagination. Then take a moment for real indulgence: spread softened butter across the still-warm bread, only to see it melt into and down the sides of the tender crumb.
The word Tiramisu (tira me su in Italian) means “cheer me up” or “pull me up,” which is very appropriate because one bite will put you in a good mood! Enjoy the smooth creaminess of this succulent dessert.
Your hand and your mouth agreed many years ago that, as far as chocolate is concerned, there is no need to involve your brain. – Dave Barry
She savours each bite. The meringue is perfect crispy brown on top, melts in the mouth; the sweet and creamy filling, the freshness of fruit, the crust breaks away
The smell of good bread baking, like the sound of lightly flowing water, is indescribable in its evocation of innocence and delight – M.F.K. Fisher, The Art of Eating
Red velvet is such a unique cake because it has a vanilla flavor but also a hint of chocolate. It can also be hard to get just right because it should be buttery, yet stay moist. This recipe delivers all of that and it’s incredibly delicious too!
Ingredients Makes 16 balls NOTE: You can use dairy-free cream for vegan or lactose intolerant guest 1 1/2 cups cream 1/2 cup cacao powder, sifted 6 tbsp golden syrup 2 tsp pure vanilla extract Chocolate chip cookies, crushed Instructions Whisk the cream until...
The whole idea of this salad is to dare you to try this slightly strange combination. The sweet, sour, and savory combination will have people asking you for the recipe for this fresh and healthy salad
Mosbolletjies is a traditional Afrikaner or Cape Dutch sweet-bun or bread traditionally made in the wine-producing areas of the Western Cape province. The name is Afrikaans in origin and is a combination of mos (Afrikaans for “must” or unfermented grape juice) and bolletjies (Afrikaans for “balls” or “buns”). Mosbolletjies can be dried to make rusks. The buns are typically served with tea or coffee.
Blueberries, strawberries and blackberries are true super foods. Naturally sweet and juicy, berries are low in sugar and high in nutrients – they are among the best foods you can eat – Joel Fuhrman
Before soup warms up the body, it first warms up the soul – from deep inside a little flame sparks up and it grows with every spoon you sample until the warmth takes over your whole body and you and this bowl of soup becomes one in a universe that makes sense to food lovers. – Yolandi Grobler
This easy flapjack recipe is not just easy to make, it’s quick as well. Make your choice between sweet or savoury or even both. They are guaranteed to wow your guests.
Buttermilk rusks are a popular snack in South Africa. They are essentially double-baked bread. Interestingly, it has the most straightforward recipe compared to other snacks.
With its outstanding spice flavor, super moist crumb, and velvety cream cheese frosting, this is truly the best carrot cake. Use brown sugar and toasted pecans for a deeper flavour.
I’m going to live until I die, and everything in between is just another excuse to eat peanut butter – Dana Gould
The smell of good bread baking, like the sound of lightly flowing water, is indescribable in its evocation of innocence and delight – M.F.K. Fisher
Craving a delicious, melt in your mouth chocolate dessert? We’ve got you SORTED! This chocolate fondant recipe is easy to make and only takes 15 minutes! With a soft chocolate cake exterior and a mouthwatering melted centre, you will dream of this dessert for days after making it. But guess what? It’s so easy and quick, you can make it again and again! – Chef Yolande
Brown health rusks are a good, crunchy start to the day, if you are looking for something smaller than the usual breakfast. A perfect way of eating breakfast quickly, or for a lovely, mid-afternoon snack.
This easy Banana Bread recipe is a no-fail favourite that comes out perfect every time! With a handful of ingredients that you likely have on hand and only a few minutes of prep, you’re going to start buying extra bananas, just for this recipe!
Mastering cheese scones take years. But once you have that never-failing recipe, all you want to do all day is bake scones and have people over for tea time – Chef Yolandi Grobler