When I was little girl, my mum baked a lovely cake the day that we put up the Christmas tree at home. She continued this tradition from my childhood to this day. It's the most magical part of the holiday. Every year, Mum and I plan the day we were to spend together, baking, decorating the tree, and writing our wishes—which is another tradition in our family.
I think there is something very special when you give or receive a homemade gift.When I made my cookies I make sure I add originality and off course a lot of love!!This cute Christmas wreath will enchant your friends. Here you can find the complete tutorial http://milgrageas.blogspot.com/2014/12/corona-de-navidadperfecta-para-el......more
This is THE cookie! The one that we made this year for the big guy, Santa! I've had to hide the cookies from the kids so they wouldn't eat them all! They are dairy-free, soy-free, egg-free, and nut-free and still delicious! Try them out!...more
Cupcakes are my absolute favourite things to make. I love piping, it’s the only art work I create (I’m a terrible drawer and painter), you can be so creative with them and there are so many possibilities for beautiful and tasty combinations.According to one of the lovely ladies in my mothers group, these are the BEST cupcakes I’ve made so far, and she’s eaten alllloooottt of my cupcakes, so that’s a good endorsement ;-). These are super delicious though, they aren’t overly sweet, the icing is soft and creamy and they are super festive, what more could you want....more
What could be perfect on your dessert spread this Christmas than homemade traditional Speculoos (Biscoff) Cookies? These spice cookies are a huge hit in Europe, specifically Belgium at Christmas, but are now popular all over the world.
You are going to love these special cupcakes. They are so easy to make even children can have a go, with mums supervision of course. These special redcurrent cupcakes are great with raspberries and strawberries. With a preparation time of 15 minutes and a baking time of 15 minutes they are quick to make. The recipe below will serve 12 and you can invite all of your friends around to help you eat them....more
6TBS butter (softened)2/3 cup cocoa powder3 cups powdered sugar3/4 cup coconut milkCombine softened butter, cocoa powder, powdered sugar and coconut milk, mix until it reaches a creamy spreadable texture.The cake needs to cool completely before attempting to add the frosting. I like to dump a pile of frosting into the center of the cake and spread it out from there. I use a spoonula :) ...more