Scones

I’ve been making this scones recipe for as long as I can remember; I called them back then “Panecillos”. This was the Colombian Spanish name for Scones, something that took me a couple of decades to realize as Panecillos (or Scones) have always been a natural part of my life. As you guessed, this is

Thai Inspired Red Curry Chicken

So, I say inspired because I know very little of The amazing Thai cuisine. I know the flavors and borrow them to compose quick week-day meals that are ready in a pinch and an absolute family favorite! This red curry chicken recipe is more like a general guideline or foundation if you will, to achieve

Oatmeal, almond and cranberry Cookies

Oh, the memories I have of making oatmeal cookies! The original version of this recipe is the first-ever recipe I made on my own. I was about 6-7 years old and since then I’ve enjoyed cooking and baking and sharing all my concoctions with my friends and family. Nothing makes me happier than knowing I

Homemade Granola

I just love making this Granola. It’s an adapted version of Nigella’s Granola but with A LOT less added sugars and basically every type of nut and seeds I have in my pantry. The real key here is adding the apple sauce and the spices which give this granola an amazing richness in flavour and

Carrot cake owl cupcakes 

For my sons 2nd birthday we had a nice party with his pre-school friends, as you can guess my LO’s favourite teddy and animal at that time was an Owl. Feeding small children is always tricky, you have allergies, special diets and picky eating children, So this carrot cake is perfect, gives the parents some