No-Bake Cookie Dough Trifle
This no-bake treat is every cookie dough lover's dream. Get the recipe at Delish.com. #delish #easy #recipe #cookie #dough #cookiedough #nobake #dessert #video #chocolate #foracrowd
Mason Jar Ice Cream Recipe
We decided to make homemade ice cream in our mason jars…and the kids had so much fun. Although they didn’t shake them all themselves…it was more fun for a minute until their little arms got tired, and then Mom and Dad ended up shaking the rest. Oh well, they enjoyed it for a minute! I remember big family gatherings, when I was little, and the ice cream maker was always a big family tradition during those get togethers! I grew to love home made ice cream many years ago. When I saw this…
Malva Pudding Cupcakes with Amarula Mascarpone Icing
When I saw a recipe for Malva pudding in the Taste Magazine, I was reminded of the delicious-ness of that dish. It is a perfect, sweet and sticky winter comfort food. But I had no excuse to make a pudding (ja, I know - do you really need an excuse to make pudding?!) and lots of reasons to make cupcakes. So hey presto! the idea for Malva Pudding Cupcakes was born. Well, actually I thought I was being very clever and original, but apparently not - according to Google. However, I did also come…
Malva Pudding - A Traditional South African Dessert Recipe With Amarula
This malva pudding recipe, also known as malvapoeding, is a classic South African dessert loved by many in the Rainbow Nation. You will love this easy recipe, especially with Amarula.
Fired up and Cooking Amarula Malva Pudding on RSG - My Easy Cooking
Malva pudding must be South Africa’s most favorite dessert. Actually a winter dessert, but any full-blooded South African, will eat Malva Pudding year in and year out.Another typically south African activity is camping and today my guest blogger on RSG, Linda Roets from Fired-up Cooking shares one of her favorite camp-out desserts with us. Malva […]
Ouma Estelle se Hotelpoeding
Vryheid, Gelykheid en Boendoekos Hierdie resep kom van my assistent Cara se ouma Estelle Rademeyer, wat dit om en by in 1964 in ’n vrouetydskrif gekry het. Die poeding het nie ’n naamgehad nie, maar volgens die berig is dit gereeld vir gaste in ’n hotel op Queenstown voorgesit. Só het die naam hotelpoeding ontstaan.