Mom, What's For Dinner?: Caramel Cheesecakes

Gluten Free Caramel Cheesecake Bites Here's a yummy gluten free recipe for Caramel Cheesecake Bites that you're sure to love! 19 ounces cream cheese 3 eggs cup sugar 1 tsp vanilla For the Caramel: cup granulated sugar

Maklike Vinnige Resep a classic buttermilk rusk recipe

Buttermilk rusks

Maklike Vinnige Resep a classic buttermilk rusk recipe (Bake Cheesecake South Africa)

Scones (serves 4-6)  Ingredients:  2 cups sifted flour  1/2 tsp salt  4 tsp baking powder  2 tbsp margarine  3/4 cup milk  Method:  Mix the dry ingredients together.  Add the wet ingredients.  Put dough onto a lightly floured surface ...

Scones

Devon Scones - Heavenly Treat for Tea time! Recipe, nothing like a lovely light scone with jam and clotted cream, yum! I am addicted to clotted cream there's just nothing to compare for your scones.

We’re making Soetkoekies in SA today! Soetkoekies (“soet” means “sweet” and “koekies”, surprisingly, “cookies”) are traditional South African biscuits of Dutch origin. Made with port and almonds, these delicious treats take 10 minutes to cook. Surprise your family with a South African special!

Soetkoekies (“soet” means “sweet” and “koekies”, surprisingly, “cookies”) are traditional South African biscuits of Dutch origin. Made with port and almonds, these delicious treats take 10 minutes to cook.

Soetkoekies  ( Spicy Wine Cookies) from Food.com:   								Yum!  Spices, sugar & wine all together in a cookie.  Soetkoekies are of Dutch origin and have been a favourite South African biscuit-tin filler for many years.  Posted for ZWT 2006 - South African region.  From: The Cookie Tin

Soetkoekies ( Spicy Wine Cookies)

Spices, sugar And wine all together in a cookie. Soetkoekies are of Dutch origin and have been a favourite South African biscuit-tin filler for many years. Posted for ZWT 2006 - South African region. From: The Cookie Tin

Lemon Meringue Tart the South African Way

Lemon Meringue Pie (using condensed milk & a biscuit base)

Eating lemon meringue pie is an intense experience. There’s the zing of the lemon that dangles rather dangerously on the edge of your tongue as you take your first bite.


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