Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

These are Bf’s favourite cookies. They are soft, chewy and full of cinnamon-y goodness. You get old-fashioned rolled oats and plump raisins with every bite. You also get a lot of fiber, so I definitely feel less guilty when I’m munching on these. I forgot to chill the dough before baking so the cookies spread… Continue reading Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Classic Fudgy Brownies

Brownies were one of the first things I ever baked. Just add eggs and oil to Betty Crocker’s brownie mix (the red box!) and voila, the best fudgy brownies ever. I’ve tried to make brownies from scratch before but they turned out either too flat and hard or really cakey. But I’ve finally found a… Continue reading Classic Fudgy Brownies

Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

It’s finally getting colder in Hong Kong, and it’s almost Halloween! These super moist pumpkin muffins make the perfect fall season snack. They taste like pumpkin pie spiced with cinnamon and nutmeg, and the chocolate chips add extra sweetness. Instead of using traditional muffin tins, I used a silicone tray to bake bite-size muffin squares.… Continue reading Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Muffins

Salted Double Caramel Cupcakes

I’m a huge fan of salted caramel anything. There’s just something so wonderful about the addition of salt that elevates and deepens the caramel flavor. I’ve had salted caramel tarts, candies, ice cream, macarons and even popcorn before, but never salted caramel cupcakes. I jumped at the chance to make them for a friend’s birthday.… Continue reading Salted Double Caramel Cupcakes

Soft Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Cookies

I’ve never been a big fan of just peanut butter cookies. They seem so one-dimensional, just mouthfuls of peanut butter in cookie form. Might as well just have PB straight from the jar. However, the cookies are elevated to a different level when you add in chocolate chips. It transforms the cookie: it first tastes… Continue reading Soft Peanut Butter and Chocolate Chip Cookies