Nutella Brownies

Nutella Brownies

These Nutella brownies are fudgy pieces of heaven. Fudgy, dense and chewy paired amazingly with a hazelnut and chocolate flavour. Nutella for me is best eaten from a jar by the spoonful (very helpful coping mechanism). I never like to play around ...

Macarons in Adelaide (and Beyond)

Macarons in Adelaide (and Beyond)

Adelaide Desserts Macarons in Adelaide (and Beyond) I Only Eat Desserts / July 9, 2012 / 28 Comments I tried my first macaron in Hong Kong in 2009 at Jean-Paul Hevin, it was amazing and oh so yummy. Thanks to Masterchef th ...

Nutella Doughnut Muffin

Nutella Doughnut Muffin

Have you ever had an idea constantly on your mind that you can’t not stop thinking about it? I read a recipe for nutella doughnut muffins and the idea just stuck on me for days – I was consumed with thoughts on what it would taste like! The beauty of ...

Blueberry Cheesecake (Pressure Cooker)

Blueberry Cheesecake (Pressure Cooker)

Disclaimer: I was gifted the New Wave’s 5 in 1 Multicooker Another collaboration with the super stars at Everten and this time I am reviewing the New Wave’s 5 in 1 multicooker. It is a slow cooker, pressure cooker, electric pot, soup cooker and ste ...

Mini Lemon Cheesecake

Mini Lemon Cheesecake

Mini lemon cheesecakes with the creamiest and smoothest texture that is flavoured with a sweet lemon taste; topped with a swirl of vanilla whipped cream Why does procrastinating make everything that you aren’t supposed to do so much more fun? I had ...

Fruit Tingle Cake

Fruit Tingle Cake

As I’m getting older, I find that I am clinging onto anything that reminds me of my childhood – remember all the shows from ABC kids? Fireman Sam and Hey Arnold? Toucans and sunny boy ice blocks? How a kid with a gold coin meant they rich? I miss b ...

Mixed Berry Muffin

Mixed Berry Muffin

I come from a long line of woman who hate cooking – my mum hates cooking and so does my grandma. I don’t have any family recipes to draw from but because of this I learnt to bake from blogs. It took me years of trial and error to understand the bas ...

Homemade Twix Bars

Homemade Twix Bars

Hey guys, this is a collaboration with Everten where I chose a product to review and keep. I decided to get the Miyabi 5000FCD 20cm Gyutoh knife because it is what you will use the most in your kitchen – everything you cook and sometimes bake will ...

Janice Wong, Tokyo

After a 6 hour train ride from Hiroshima to Tokyo, we were tired, sweaty and feeling gross. Taking a wrong turn I spotted Janice Wong’s new dessert bar in Shinjuku – wait, what? THE Janice Wong! For those that aren’t too familiar with her, she had wo ...

Pierre Hermé, Osaka

Pierre Hermé, Osaka

Japan Recommended in Japan I Only Eat Desserts / November 18, 2012 / 4 Comments Pierre Hermé needs no introduction, having been coined the “Picasso of Pastry” (Vogue Magazine) and the “King of Modern Pâtisserie” (The Guard ...

Redskins Macarons

Redskins Macarons

Redskins were the bomb and I loved them as a kid and now as an ‘adult’. It got to the point that when I had braces that I broke a bracket from eating them. Some more good news was that I’ve been making macarons without a food processor for a while. W ...

Floresta Nature Doughnuts, Kyoto

Floresta Nature Doughnuts, Kyoto

No one can doubt that the Japanese have an eye for detail and are the Kings and Queens of all things kawaii. Floresta Nature Doughnuts have taken kawaii to the next level with their famous adorable animal doughnuts – you can find them as pigs, cats ...

Miyajima Streetfood

Miyajima Streetfood

Street food in Miyajima was amazing and it is probably one of the best street foods I’ve had for a very long time. Let me start with yakigaki which I was referring to in my last post about Kakiya. Look how big these oysters are! Loved the giant oyst ...

Gelato Guide to Italy

Gelato Guide to Italy

This post is to demystify the recommended gelato places because you don’t need to try that hard to find good gelato. H being half Italian did look at me weirdly when I was telling her about my research. In Italy, most gelato places are quite good and ...

Demel, Vienna

Demel, Vienna

Demel is named as one of the top 25 bakeries to visit before you die on Buzzfeed as well as being recommended in a lot of tourist guides. Well to break the news it’s all hype. Walking into Demel is a buzz of confusion – where do we sit? Full table ou ...

Kakiya, Miyajima

Kakiya, Miyajima

In Miyajima you will find the place lined with stores that sell grilled oysters where there will be more on Miyajima street food later on. Today’s post will be on Kakiya where I also found from reading Not Quite Nigella’s Hiroshima post. Funnily I at ...

Pierre Herme vs. Laduree Macarons, Paris

Pierre Herme vs. Laduree Macarons, Paris

Paris macarons are amazing – soft like a marshmallow with no crack into the bite and no transition into the filling. These were delicate things with the tops breaking at the lightest touch. WHAT HAVE I BEEN EATING ALL THESE YEARS? Even the Pierre Her ...

Kinder Chocolate

Kinder Chocolate

Be still my heart … if you’ve been following me on Instagram you can see I’ve developed a bit of an obsession with kinder chocolate. There’s just so much variety in Europe – I MUST EAT THEM ALL. Yes, this may be as bad as my Japanese kit kat obsessio ...

Ichiran, Kyoto

Ichiran, Kyoto

Although Ichiran is a really big franchise where the lines out the door were filled with tourists, I’ve seen too many posts about it and I was intrigued (especially for the super hermit in me). This is one for the loners – the ones that just want to ...

Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownie Recipe

Chocolate Peanut Butter Brownie Recipe

This won’t come as a surprise but I am very particular about brownies. It can’t be too fudgy yet it can’t be too cakey – just somewhere in between like Goldilocks. Recipes I keep finding were for those that liked to live on the fudgier side of life ...