Brioche

Hey happy bakers! I hope you are all well and safe during those uncertain times? Today, to cheer you up, you will discover a delicious brioche, made with some homemade sourdough. To be honest, it is not 100% made of sourdough, as there is some dry yeast too! I took the sourdough plunge recently, so…

Madeleines, by Philippe Conticini

Ahhhh madeleines, a little “vintage” treat, that has been on the rise lately. Sweet memories of childhood for many of us who grew up in France. In 2015, it even occupied the stalls of the biggest pastry chefs shops, and a Parisian boutique was entirely dedicated to it. Today, you will discover the delicious recipe…

French Pound Cake

Hey Bakers! Long time no post! I am entering a 4th month of lock-down in the city of Ruwais and it is becoming a bit suffocating but thank God, my friend baking is here to help me pass that very long time! So I am back, with a comforting recipe and an all time winner…

Swiss Meringue Macarons

And here I am with another macaron post! Did you know that there are types of meringues in the baking world? French, Italian and Swiss! Yes, I know it looks like a U.N. meeting but it is really important to know and try them all so you can decide which one works best for you!…

Cookies Cereals

I am sure you all came across this TikTok trend! Everybody started throwing small cookies in a bowl, which were nicely swimming in some cold milk! I am totally obsessed with this super cute trend actually!! I could not take my eyes of those precious cookies and really wanted to try a healthy version! You…

Banana Pudding.

Baking. I love baking! It helps me to unwind, forget all the hassle and life struggles. Like I mentioned it in on of some of my posts, I had to live without having the food I was used to it back home. Not that I did not adapt, I mean I do enjoy a lot…

Nuts Qaytayef

The famous treat is widely served during the month of Ramadan, it’s its shining month! During the Holy Month of Ramadan, millions of Muslims fast, there is one special treats that is very famous among the Middle East countries at that time: Qatayef, Atayef, you name it! The spellings and pronunciations will vary depending if…

Rustic Apple Galette and chit chat

Hey beautiful bakers! I hope you are doing well wherever you are, with the current situation it can be stressful. I feel like having so much emotions throughout the day; fear, hope, peace… I really hope all will go back to normal. On a positive note, I keep myself busy since I am officially out…

Liège Waffles

“You should eat a waffle, you can’t be sad when you eat a waffle” ― Lauren Myracle, In Belgium, they call it « gaufre au sucre » (sugar waffle, referring to the pearl sugar), and it is enjoyed warm and fresh from one of the waffle stalls. Brussels is over three hours from my city in France and…

Almond Blueberries Muffins

Weekly A guilt free and refreshing treat! It’s berries season yay! During those difficult times, I have not stopped baking and taking food photos and I am really enjoying it! What about you? Have you found yourself spending a lot of time in your kitchen lately? What have you been making? Sometimes, you want to…