Tiramisù Trifle

As its name suggests, nothing beats a coffee+liqueur dessert combination that surely perks anyone up! This was made for a dear friend who loves tiramisu; the Italian way. I don’t do no-bake desserts much (I love my oven), and since Tiramisu is a no-bake, the most essential point is to use only the freshest and … More Tiramisù Trifle

Marbled Matcha Cotton Cheesecake with Lemon Zest

A delicious light Japanese cotton cheesecake with hints of matcha and lemons. Soft and fluffy, with a right amount of sweetness. Though I’m still more inclined towards the original flavor, just about any cheesecakes baked this way are simply irresistible! By the way, I failed miserably at trying to inscribe my signature on it. As … More Marbled Matcha Cotton Cheesecake with Lemon Zest

A better Chocolate Spongecake with Liqueur Chocolate Ganache

Tried a different chocolate spongecake in hopes that it wouldn’t turn out too dry and dense. This cake recipe contains milk and butter that supposedly provides moisture and hydration for the cake. As it turned out, the cake batter was thicker and stickier that my favourite ogura cake batter and filled up to a litle … More A better Chocolate Spongecake with Liqueur Chocolate Ganache

Gula Melaka Huat Kueh (椰糖發糕)

When I was little, I remember Huat Kueh (literally translates to 發糕 from Hokkien) as a compulsory item during the Chinese religious prayers that symbolizes prosperity and wealth. It’s typically sold at nonya kueh stalls together with many other vibrantly colored kuehs and is easily recognizable by its rich deep brown hue and its signature quarter … More Gula Melaka Huat Kueh (椰糖發糕)