Winter in Dubai is my favorite time of the year. The weather is beautiful so it’s the best time to head outdoors. What I also like is that the hubby has holidays so that means some time off for me from the newborn!
Since holidays and lazy breakfasts are almost synonymous, I’ve come up with something that’s going to save your time while also bringing food to the table. Continue reading “Easy Breakfast Skillet”
After my recent post about Beetroot Milk, I decided to move on to a different dairy product. This time, yoghurt.
Summer is approaching and all you want to do is sip those cool sodas and have ice creams. But what if I have a better and guilt free option in mind? Something that looks greeaattt too? (Read: Pink in color) Continue reading “Beet Froyo”
I’ve been obsessed with beetroot/beets lately. Just the colour of the odd brownish vegetable inside makes me go oohing and aahing!
And, they’re perfect for a salad, dessert or even juice! I came across a recipe recently that promised a glass every morning would keep you as “healthy as ever”. And lines like these…are things I usually fall for. Be it fad diets/ crash diets or metabolism boosting ways, Sarah is always there to test it. Continue reading “Beetroot Milk”
Most of the recipes I find online contain Almond Milk. Be it smoothies, puddings, and even bread! Almond Milk is not only a perfect alternative to those who are lactose intolerant, but it is also known to keep your weight in check.
Of late, I’ve been trying to get rid of some of those wretched pounds I’ve gained due to my current lifestyle. Hard being a food blogger ain’t it? And for someone who can’t go without coffee, milk is essential. (I have my coffee with milk, obviously) Continue reading “Homemade Almond Milk”
Do you just have that feeling when it’s a Thursday night and you want to settle in with a movie and a nice meal? But worried about how you don’t want to choose something that has a high fat content?
This happens to me usually, and since my lifestyle is basically eating out, I try to avoid ordering as much as possible. This helps me hone my cooking skills and fills my tummy! Continue reading “Baked Oat Burgers”
How many of us have tried making Tiramisu before and have failed miserably? I sure have my hand up. The mixture is always too thin or too thick.
And does your coffee seem to lose itself providing no flavour at all? Yes, happened to me too. Continue reading “Tiramisu With A Twist! (Non-Alcoholic)”
If you’d thought that I had quit the healthy food diet, you were wrong. Well, it’s hard to stick to it when you’re eating out, but I try to eat healthy as much as possible.
If you’ve been following my website, you’d have noticed how fond I am of oats. So here I have another recipe that uses oats differently! Yes, this recipe is sure to make you crave it once you’ve read through. Continue reading “Savoury Oats”
I am a major fan of dumplings – be it gyoza, momos or dim sums, they are all very dear to me. I just love the idea of stuffing food inside food, don’t know if this makes sense, but let’s just take it like I’m quite into these things. Continue reading “Homemade Chicken Gyoza”
Valentine’s came by a few days ago. Though I didn’t have any plans, I enjoyed the day working on not one, but two overnight oats recipes! You all know my love for oats and how they are so versatile and can be added to almost anything. Continue reading “Maple and Hot Chocolate Overnight Oats”
Shakshouka is originally a Tunisian dish, that is often mistaken for Middle Eastern food. Made with tomatoes as the basic ingredient and eggs that are poached or cooked sunny side up, this dish is also one of those that you can add anything into and it will turn out just fine. Continue reading “Shakshouka”