As soon as I posted a photo of this amazing comfort food classic on my Instagram story, you guys went crazy! My messages were flooded with requests for a recipe so here it is. It's very easy to make, takes a bit of time, but it is definitely worth it. I listed some of my favourite cheeses to use in this meal. but feel free to use whatever type of cheese you want. I tried my best to take as many photos I can to guide you step-by-step. If you make this or anything from my blog, make sure to tag me on your photos!


Do you ever crave french fries for like a week and one day just decide to get some? Do you ever crave mac&cheese and just have to make it for dinner that day? Well, I craved brownies for like a month before I decided to make them. These are super chocolatey and fudgy, like a brownie should be! I also had some caramel sauce in the fridge and thought it would go perfect with my brownies! Let me write you how to make them ;)


When I started baking, caramel sauce was probably one of the scariest things to make. The first time I decided to try to make caramel was out of the blue. I had felt like making caramel, so I did. It of course split and I think I even burned it. The second time it also didn't go well. I had put my caramel into a container that previously had some tea or coffee in it, so my caramel absorbed the flavours and the taste of it was just awful. Before my third try, I did a lot of research and was ready. Make sure you prepare and weigh out all of the ingredients, be patient and just believe in yourself. Also, put in a nice, big pinch of sea salt because it makes the caramel that much better!


During my years as an amateur baker I've always been seeking for a perfect pie crust, and I still do. I've tried a lot of recipes, ones that involve cold butter, ones that involve room temp butter, ones that involve eggs, ones that don't involve eggs and so on. I only recently got a food processor and I can tell you that it is so much easier making a pastry crust in it than using your hands, but even I sometimes like to use my hands and feel that butter and flour between my fingers. Recipes that use soft, room temperature butter usually require a mixer so you can beat the butter and sugar...just like when making a cake or something. I like recipes that use cold butter better because the pastry ends up really flaky and super tasty too. This recipe makes enough pastry for a double crust pie. I've also tested it by making it with soft butter once and it came out pretty good too. I hope you try this recipe and enjoy making it just as much as I do!


I don't make cake a lot, but when I do, I absolutely LOVE it! It took  me a few times to perfect my cake decorating skills and I still teach myself as I go. Different birthdays and "events" in my family are usually my excuse to make cake, so it was with this one! It was my sister's name day few days ago and this cake was in my head for some time now so I just had to make it! I was inspired by Yolanda Gampp's mega cookie cake and Gemma Stafford's adorable cookie sprinkles. This is my go to vanilla cake recipe and you can really do anything with it. I improvised with the frosting as I always do and it turned out pretty good. I also used that Nestle cookie cereal instead of making my cookie sprinkles but these are my sister's favourite.