Tagged with Snack

Cashew Tart

Cashew Tart


One of the nuts I love are cashews and I haven’t really used them much on baking, today that will change in fact we will have some cashew overdose. What I will be sharing for this post is a cashew tart which is basically tart smothered with loads of cashews on a sweet golden syrup … Continue reading

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Chewy Almond Roca Cookie Bars

Chewy Almond Roca Cookie Bars


Last day of this blog anniversary week and what I will presenting today is a mash up with one my favourite chocolate brand. Several months ago I found this chocolate that I haven’t tried for more than a decade, I was so excited when I saw it I bought a big can for me to … Continue reading

Biko

Biko


I am so craving for some rice cake now, you can’t blame me as I haven’t tried them for quite sometime and now is the payback time. Just imagine I grew up with rice cakes as a part of my daily life as my grandparent always prepare them for merienda (tea time) then in the … Continue reading

Chocolate Glazed Donuts

Chocolate Glazed Donuts


Doughnut or Donut is type of pastry that is deep-fried and shaped in form of a circle or rings; it may contain various types of fillings and/or toppings and glaze. There are 3 popular types of doughnut and those are the ring shaped, circular ones with fillings and the spherical shaped ones made out of … Continue reading

Mixed Berry Mini Galettes

Mixed Berry Mini Galettes


Today is the perfect day to post this recipe and you might be wondering why? While galettes can be enjoyed and offered throughout the year, traditionally they are served at Epiphany which falls on January 6th of each year hence we are posting this today. The galettes that we commonly know now originated from the king … Continue reading

No Bake Lemon Squares

No Bake Lemon Squares


Lemon square is a type of a dessert bar flavoured with lemon, dessert bars on the other hand is a type of a baked item having a texture between cake and a cookie. Usually this dessert items are prepared in a pan then baked in an oven, once cooked it is then sliced into squares … Continue reading

Sprungli Luxemburgerli (Zurich, Switzerland)

Sprungli Luxemburgerli (Zurich, Switzerland)


If you think you had already tried the best macaron but haven’t tried Sprungli’s Luxemburgerli then you might be wrong because for me this was the best ever macaron that I ever tasted. I tried several brands in France from really expensive ones down to the most common ones but nothing comes close to this … Continue reading

Cheese Cupcake

Cheese Cupcake


I guess by now if you have been following Ang Sarap for some time you will have an idea how Filipino’s love cheese. Cheese is a very important in our cuisine but we don’t consume them much like our Western counterparts where they usually pair it with wine, we use cheese mostly as an ingredient. … Continue reading

Custard Cinnamon Rolls

Custard Cinnamon Rolls


Several weeks ago my daughter was sick and asked me to make one of her favourite bread which we buy at the supermarket, it’s called a custard bread. I don’t know the supermarkets recipe so I will have to guess how it’s made, there are several things I know though, the texture which is resembles … Continue reading

Taro & Sticky Rice with Coconut Cream

Taro & Sticky Rice with Coconut Cream


When we dine out I guess I told a lot of times our first go to cuisine is Japanese, but what’s the next option if Japanese is unavailable? Well it will be Vietnamese and we do love their noodle dishes but Vietnamese is not just about noodles they also have great desserts and one of … Continue reading

Must Try Food in Austria

Must Try Food in Austria


If you love sweet pastries then Austria must be in your to visit list no questions asked. This place is a sweet tooth’s haven and everywhere you go you will see this small cafes and bakeries selling these sweet stuff, it’s everywhere you can eat them for breakfast, lunch and dinner. I can still remember … Continue reading

Dòushā Guō Bing

Dòushā Guō Bing


Dòushā Guō Bing is a type of a sweet non-leavened flatbread folded with oil and sweet red bean paste, it is a variant of the popular Cong You Bing (Minced Scallions Pancake). Though this Chinese bread is classified as a pancake it is made from dough instead of batter. Dòushā Guō Bing is not the … Continue reading

Nuts and Pops

Nuts and Pops


Several weeks ago me and my daughter made one of my favourite childhood snack which is mixed Popcorn and Nuts coated with Caramel, I am not sure if it is commercially available here in New Zealand that’s why we made our own so that I can let my daughter try it. In the Philippines we … Continue reading