All posts tagged: desserts

The Art of Baking From SCRATCH

  My love for baking comes with my love and appreciation for simple ingredients. I believe that food should be gorgeous to look at and rich in flavour; balancing salty and sweet so the two work in harmony…I started off as a science major, pursuing a degree in structural engineering -but my passion for baking lead me down the path to make it a lifelong career; one I could make my own…from SCRATCH. – Brittanni Seymour Brittanni Seymour, is a professional pastry chef.  Her background extends from being a graduate of Johnson & Wales University, Providence, Rhode Island to working as head gourmet pastry chef at the Grand Cayman Marriott Beach Resort.  Her experience has equipped her for the next stage in her career as a local business owner — pastry chef extraordinaire.  Her signature baking style is aesthetically beautiful and delectable desserts.  Brittanni is an inspiration to us all.  She proves that anyone with dedication and passion can achieve their dreams.  At the heart of her journey, Brittanni has proudly built her business from scratch— using the finest “ingredients” …

Endless Summer Orange + Coconut Popsicles

  Summer might be slipping away but the memory of summer doesn’t have to fade.  For those hot summer days on the rise, enjoy a zesty orange & coconut popsicle.  I came across these plastic popsicle molds at Fosters, The Strand, which is good because they can be reused all summer long and after.  It beats having to buy and discard the one time use traditional popsicle sticks.   The recipe…  -Endless Summer Orange + Coconut Popsicles-                     What You Will Need: 2 oranges, coconut milk rich and creamy, and milk free vanilla ice cream. What To Do:   1. Pour a can of coconut milk into a mixing bowl, squeeze 2 oranges worth of juice (add more for extra flavor) 2. Stir well 3. Add 1 spoonful of milk free vanilla ice-cream 4. Keep stirring 5. Finally, add some zest with shaved orange peel, using a grater 6. Give it a final quick stir 7. Pour into popsicle molds, and let it freeze overnight or …