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No red dye in this Red velvet cake? You bet. Beets act as a natural food colouring giving it a very deep red colouring.

Using raw beets and adding lemon juice for acidity helps retain their colour, making the cake even redder. No one will know there are any vegetables in there, so we won’t tell if you don’t!

This Red Velvet Beet Cake is easy to make and tasty to eat!

It is a very delicious and healthier alternative for a very moist cake! Love using the beets as a “secret ingredient” for moisture.

Aside from the fibre-fabulousness of beets and their other benefits (from being touted as detoxifying and anti-inflammatory to being a source of vitamin C), this recipe replaces the butter with extra-virgin olive oil.

Surprisingly good, healthy, fluffy and moist. And it also serves its purpose to get rid of extra beets you may have.

I like it with this shiny Chocolate icing Fast2eat Recipe (AKA Brigadeiro), but next time I will try with a cream cheese frosting, as on a traditional Red Velvet.

This beet cake recipe is similar to one for carrot cake but with a bright red batter instead of the lovely light orange colour.

This easy to make Raisin Walnut Bread is so delicious, with a crispy crust jeweled with raisins and toasty crunchy chunks of walnuts to boost.

The dough on the inside is soft and moist; a perfect contrast with all the crunchies.

This slightly sweet bread goes extremely well with fresh goats’ cheese, cottage cheese or cream cheese.

It’s wonderful plain sliced right off the loaf, and it makes fabulous toast – both are outstanding, but I think toasting it allows the flavors to really explode. Whichever way you like it, homemade raisin walnut bread is a top-notch choice.

This last time I’ve made it my friends could not stop raving about how good it was.

 

Making a cake from scratch in five minutes (or less) might sound like a fantasy. All it takes is a microwave and a bowl, and after a couple minutes, you’ll have yourself a light and puffy, moist cake and almost zero clean up. You whisk the ingredients in the same Bowl that you will consume and it is ready in just 3 minutes in the microwave. You likely have all the ingredients in your pantry already.

When you get that late night craving or want a small batch dessert, this chocolate cake is for you! Trust me and make this cake! It will make your day.

This chocolate cake recipe can be made for one or two (if you like to share). It is one of the easiest dessert recipes you’ll ever make! If you are looking for a real cake like dessert for one (or two) this is it!

It’s even more delicious with a scoop of vanilla or chocolate ice cream.

 

Quindim is a popular succulent traditional Brazilian dessert originally from Portugal prepared with egg yolks, sugar, butter, and shredded coconut.

The fresh and exotic taste of the Quindim, with its glossy, creamy rich surface, sugary and coconutty center, will captivate you at first taste. It is delicious, dense, intensely sweet (yes, it is quite sweet) and totally addictive!

The egg yolk gives it a very moist almost gel-like consistency with a toasted coconut topping. It contains coconut, so it can’t be bad.

This is one of my family’s favourite Brazilian desserts, hopefully, you will like it too.

My mom makes it for every important family party.

Crème caramel (French), flan, caramel pudding or Brazilian Condensed Milk Flan (Aka Pudim De Leite Condensado) is a custard dessert with a layer of soft caramel on top, as opposed to crème brûlée, which is pudding with a hard caramel top.

If you are one of those who lose an entire hour to make it in the conventional oven… This recipe is for you! Using a Pressure cooker is time saver, it’s done in just 10 minutes.

 

If you’ve ever tried potato bread, you know that the addition of mashed potatoes makes for some nice, soft bread because potatoes tend to make bread rise a little fluffier and softer.

Potato Bread made with instant potato flakes and dry milk means you don’t have to spend time peeling and cutting potatoes or wait for leftover mashed potatoes to make it.

 

Let’s be honest—store-bought sun-dried tomatoes tend to be a bit leathery and tough, without much flavor. They seem like a faded, desiccated memory of a tomato, rather than a fragrant, intensified taste of summer days. Homemade “sun-dried”1 tomatoes, on the other hand, are another thing entirely: fragrant and chewy but not tough, with complex, concentrated tomato flavor and a slight sweetness.

Slow baked in the oven makes these oven dried tomatoes the best. Drizzle with olive oil, toss with spices to make the perfect appetizer or side dish.

Not a labor-intensive process, but certainly a lengthy one. Of all the methods for preserving tomatoes, drying them in the oven is the least fussy. Plus, drying preserves their sweetness and flavor best. And these flavorful little gems cost so little when made at home; it’s worth the time they need to achieve that chewy, raisin-like texture.

One thing I can guarantee is the appetizing fragrance in your house of tomatoes slowly roasting to dried perfection, especially if you choose to season them with garlic and herbs.

In the meantime, think of all the tomato bread, salads, pizzas, pasta, pestos and sauces you’ll be able to make once they’re done. It’s tempting to prematurely devour those tiny little sweeties, hot, pungent, sweet & salty with good virgin olive oil as they are, spread on crackers or toasts.

Here are other mouth-watering Tomato Recipes you should also make (and eat):

 

 
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