Chocolate Espresso Syrup Cake… and a Happy 1st Birthday!

That’s right it’s foodequalshappyme’s 1st birthday. It’s been a whole year since I started this blog – well just over a year because I’m a bit late with this post – and all… Continue reading

Pulled Pork Tacos with Salsa

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Pulled Pork is one of the greatest things on this earth. Period. Yes it does take a long time to cook, but there’s little… Continue reading

Sourdough Pancakes – A great way to use excess sourdough starter!

So as you would have seen from last weeks post I’ve entered the world of sourdough bread making, but the downside to sourdough is that if you’re not making bread constantly you end… Continue reading

Sourdough Bread with Hummus

Sourdough is a time consuming process. It’s not something you whip up in an afternoon, it’s a way of life. I wouldn’t say I’ve mastered the perfect sourdough as yet, but I have… Continue reading

Cinnamon Scrolls

I have to admit I’m a bit late to a love affair with Cinnamon Scrolls. For the longest time when faced with a counter full of sweets, cinnamon scrolls were never my first… Continue reading

Halloween Graveyards with Choc-Hazelnut Mousse, Chocolate Dirt & Chocolate Skeleton Cookies

Halloween is just around the corner, and it seems to be starting to take off in Australia. Although I have no desire to dress up nor do I have kids to take trick… Continue reading

Banana Milo Swirl Muffins with Milo Mascarpone

Every now and then I get a pang of nostalgia, nostalgia for that childhood favourite MILO. But I recently thought to myself, why haven’t I baked with Milo? I mean I love it… Continue reading

Anzac Bars

So what do you get when you cross an Anzac biscuit with a muesli bar, an Anzac Bar of course! Traditional Anzac biscuit flavours of oats, coconut and golden syrup, bulked up with… Continue reading

Jam Drops with fancy pants jam

A classic cookie is pretty hard to beat, I think they bring out the kid in all of us. Jam drops (or thumbprint cookies as they are sometimes known) have to be one… Continue reading

Honey Cakes with Honey Cream Cheese Frosting

We are all constantly looking for the hot new flavour of the month in cooking, but sometimes its just so rewarding going back to simple flavours. These Honey Cakes have the beautiful flavour… Continue reading

Chocolate Profiteroles

I wasn’t sure whether to call these eclairs or profiteroles because they are almost a cross between the two – Neither an eclair or profiterole in classic shape, I went with profiteroles because… Continue reading

Smoky Chorizo & Beans

Chorizo has to be one of my most favourite things on the planet, the smoky spicy flavour is just awesome. This dinner is a perfect quick meal for those nights when you really… Continue reading