Chocolate Orange Brownies – How to make Chocolate Orange Brownies

These Chocolate Orange Brownies are as delicious as they look. Luscious bitter chocolate (75% cocoa) chunks are added to make these tasty and healthy brownies.  Yes, they definitely are healthy. These no-sugar, no-butter, no-all purpose flour brownie squares are really meant for a guilt free indulgence. A lot of healthy components are carefully packed inside this bake….

Chocolate Chip Cookie Tins – How to make Chocolate Chip Cookie Tins

Chocolate chip cookie tins sounds interesting, right? Well, it is. Indulge in the luscious, creamy and silky chocolate ganache with some fresh berries. And if you still crave for more, eat up the cookie jar and the lid too!! 🙂 And don’t leave behind the chocolate spoons kept beside, as they are edible too. Presenting…

Wholewheat Galette With Savory Filling

Ovenderful Mom Bakers Community (OMBC) is an FB group comprised of a bunch of moms pledged to bake healthy foods for their families. It is actually not a small bunch now, but rather a set close to around 7500 members, headed by Simran, a true idol for many of us there. So this OMBC is…

Chocolate Modaks

After winning contests back to back, I am in high spirits to keep it moving.. 🙂 So today’s try was chocolate modaks. It is perhaps the best sweet to try out during this festive season. A small twist to the regular modaks, and there you go…a fusion of traditional and modern flavors..!! ‘Fusion’ was the feedback from hubby dear.. 🙂 It is a super simple recipe and quite easy to prepare if you have rice flour at home. The crunchiness of coconut and the sweetness from the chocolate blends well with the soft outer rice cover. Be sure to cool…

Tomato Dhokla

Your imagination runs wild when you have loads of hand plucked, farm fresh tomatoes lying on the counter, staring at you to be picked up. Yes, the other day we got ample fresh red tomatoes from the organic farm. One by one, we were trying out the recipes using tomatoes as the main ingredient. So this dhokla is a tweak into the traditional dhokla recipe by adding in tomatoes, not as puree, but as home-made ketchup. But puree could also be used by adding few ingredients for flavor. Do try out the recipe below to enjoy the khatta meetha bites….

Veggie Delight

Preparing dinner on a lazy Sunday evening might be quite tedious, at least for a few. So here’s presenting a quick and easy dish to go along with rotis or even ghee rice, with a boiled egg, may be. A heart full of healthy veggies, for a healthy heart 🙂 Chopped broccoli, mushrooms, garlic, onion, and capsicum fried and seasoned in butter. This stir fry is as simple as it could be, yet scrumptious and nutritive. Broccoli is one of the most healthiest veggies, but not realized by many. This fiber-rich vegetable helps check the cholesterol levels and aids in…

Coconut Pickle

Do you like coconut shavings in unniyappams? The fried ones…Yummmm.. It tastes super delish. I just love the flavor and crunch of the fried coconuts. So this recipe happened as a sudden intuition to me. I was wondering what to submit as an entry for one of the food contests happening in a food group. Saw a lot of entries on cakes and sweets made of coconut, so thought why not try a savoury dish and submit something different than the usual. So came up with this idea of a spicy coconut pickle. Added raisins too for that little tangy…

Snickers Chocolate Cake

I love chocolates and Snickers is my all time favorite. This bake is a healthier version of the snickers chocolate, transformed to a cake loaf. The moist cake drizzled with the creamy caramel sauce is sure to cuddle your taste buds. And the roasted peanuts would add that extra crunch and flavor. Now satisfy your sweet cravings with these guilt free bites. It is made of 100% whole wheat flour. The cake is butter free too. Loaded with the goodness of peanuts, it would be a perfect snack for your little ones too, after school, or for their snack…