October 11, 2017
bear naked food easy baked blueberry cobbler

Easy Baked Blueberry Clobber

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September 13, 2017
bear naked food no-bake salted caramel granola squares

No-Bake Salted Caramel Granola Squares

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August 11, 2017
Bear Naked Food ultimate perfect chocolate cupcakes

Ultimate Perfect Chocolate Cupcakes

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July 5, 2017
Bear Naked Food cocktail sausage roll

Cocktail Sausage Roll

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June 9, 2017
Bear Naked Food Carrot Pistachio Muffin

Carrot Pistachio Muffins

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May 31, 2017
Bear Naked Food moist chocolate chip bundt cake

Moist Chocolate Chip Bundt Cake

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May 12, 2017

Sweet Potato Chocolate Chunk Muffin

Muffins are really just cakes baked in small cups and they appeal to almost everyone. Today’s Sweet Potato Chocolate Chunk Muffin might sounds a little unusual yet, it is totally worth trying. Who would have thought of marrying sweet potato and chocolate chunk in a muffin? Well Martha Stewart did...
May 10, 2017

Flourless Cloud Bread

Since I saw this Cloud Bread making waves on the internet some time last year, I’ve been wanting to give this super easy 4-ingredient recipe a try. Now, traditionally, one of the crucial ingredients for bread making is flour, yet this recipe calls for none. The method resembles very much like making a soufflé yet less complicated so there is no really no messing up on this one (I hope). The only thing you'll want to take note is the whisking of the egg whites. When the instruction states beat egg whites until STIFF peaks, you must really beat them till STIFF peaks. The stiffer the better. That way, your cloud bread will hold their shapes well when you transfer them onto the baking tray...
May 3, 2017

Homemade Baked Beignets

These soft, pillowy bites of yeasted dough are as delicious as they look. Oh, for those of you who are not acquainted with Beignet, it is usually made with yeast, bread flour, evaporated milk, deep fried and dusted with a generous coating of icing sugar. Think of it as the cousin of churros. This no-machine needed dough can be easily mixed together by a wooden spoon or hand and instead of deep frying them, I popped them into a preheated oven of 180°C/350°F and baked them to golden brown perfection. You could definitely deep fry them as well in medium hot oil for a couple of minutes...