A few weeks back, my good friend R rang me up to rant. His cousin who have major health issues with 3 stents placed in his arteries (stents are tubes placed into blocked arteries to help the blood flow) and very overweight. R encouraged his cousin to start with short routine exercise as R have lost a lot of weight by doing so. Cousin’s wife reply: No time to exercise. Continue Reading →
Recently, I was on NTV7 Breakfast Show to share some of the ways to mix & match your own favourite flavours with plain yogurt. If you hardly eat plain yogurt, you are missing out on the various delicious ways to enjoy yogurt. I always have a tub of homemade yogurt in my fridge.. Yogurt is so versatile, can be used as a snack, breakfast, dessert or even in dishes.
2 more days to Chinese New Year and I’m totally overwhelmed with last minute preparations. A lot of things happened unexpectedly.. or it’s more like me being too ambitious with a long to-make list and I end up with many late night baking.. and panda eyes. So this post will be short. Continue Reading →
Hello there! For those who came here after seeing me on NTV7 Breakfast, thanks for watching & not switching channel
If you are wondering what I’m talking about, you have to click this link to watch me on NTV7 Breakfast Show (live streaming). I’ll upload the video of the show soon. I was sharing some recipes on flavouring up the plain yogurt.
If you hardly eat plain yogurt, you are missing out on the various delicious ways to enjoy yogurt. Forget about the flavoured sugar loaded yogurt tub. Mix & match your own favourite flavours.
Want to make your own yogurt? Click here for the recipe
Enjoy and have a yogurtful day!
As mentioned in my previous post, the Nutriplus Pastry Competition and baking demos were held in conjunction with the launch of the cookbook Think Out Of the Shell Volume II . If you have not read about my experience in the Pastry Competition, do head over the post now (oh shameless self promo here) Continue Reading →
Everyone loves Nutella, especially my sister CM. She would eat nutella by the spoonfuls.. so I thought why don’t I make a homemade healthier version for her with real good quality ingredients. (I think by now some of you know how obsessed I am about making things from scratch). Well, it’s basically chocolate + hazelnut spread, the recipe I found online is similar to any nut butter recipe. I’ve made Almond Butter & Honey Roasted Walnut Butter. And with my new Kenwood food processor, it shouldn’t be a big deal.. or so I thought Continue Reading →
I haven’t met anyone who doesn’t love Banana Bread. Or anyone who doesn’t love baked goods.
When mama came visiting recently, I made these oat biscuits for her. I was happy to have found a gluten free recipe here. The biscuits were crumbly and a tad too bland for me (with just ¼ teaspoon sea salt). Mama was happy with the bland taste, but it was horrifying for me to realise how much more sugar & salt was in the store-bought biscuits. Continue Reading →
My friend Ash couldn’t stop gushing about raw food after she came back from the 2 weeks Inner Dance Raw Food Retreat in Philippines. She was so radiant and full of energy. When food is eaten raw, our body will also absorb the life force of the food at its raw state and hence giving us more energy. I look forward to Ash bringing the Raw Food workshop to KL in August. Continue Reading →
With all the unnecessary worry and stress the past weeks, I took some time off to be with the nature – frolicking in the river, lazing around doing nothing and finally managed to finish a book after many years! After a relaxing weekend, this girl still need her snacking habit fixed and came up with an inspiration of Homemade Peanut Butter Cups.