I love love frozen yogurt, but it can really be expensive if I will always buy it in malls. So I decided to come up with my own that is easy to make and with budget friendly ingredients too!
Come, let’s have some sandwich and coffee 🙂
Traditionally puto is made of rice flour with water and then fermented in clay pots for days before steaming. But nowadays, regular flour is being used to lessen the time in making puto.
So, here is an easy recipe for equally delicious and fluffy puto 🙂
If you are looking for an easy, simple, chewy and flavorful granola bars, this is the recipe for you.
I am so humbled to be included in Natascha’s Palace list of awardees. Thank you so much, I’ve been following her blog for quite sometime now and I’m so glad I did, I enjoy each recipe she shares and always learn a thing or two. In case, you haven’t seen her blog please click here to know more about her.
(My) hubby approved kind of pesto 🙂 mild but tasty. budget-friendly too.
It was mango season when I last made Mango Ice Cream, I was able to use a fresh ripe mangoes for the said recipe. Since, it is not mango season here and good mangoes are hard to find now. I decided to use frozen mangoes instead. I used FROZEN MANGO PULP, instead of the frozen mango slices. Yes, the mango pulp, I always wondered what its like and now I know, it’s more of a mango nectar (in case you don’t know, like me).
I don’t really have plans of posting this recipe since the ingredients and procedure are similar to the previous one. BUT one thing that differs is the TASTE, the mango flavor is more intense using the pulp than the fresh one I’ve used before 😉 and I loved it.
So, here it is.