Lemonade Scones

We had leftover cream and sprite (plus lemon juice in the freezer too) so coincidentally my brother in law made scones and told me the ingredients. It uses all of the above so scones was a good idea to use up the ingredients!

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Looks good, probably needed to change the cookie cutter to one size smaller

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but...I made a HUGE mistake.

We didn't have self raising flour so I thought of making my own base on this reference

Confidently following this, and baking it so well...turns out I made such a BIG mistake that costed the flavour to go bad.

I had 3 tsp of baking soda NOT baking powder.  SIGH~~!


I feel like discarding it and doing it again just coz it was one ingredient that made the whole scone taste horrible.

Anyway, the ingredients and mixing is really easy. In fact one of the fastest baking I've ever done so far. If you're interested, feel free to check it out.

Thanks Bridget for the tips of making them look so good.


Milo cake in a cup

Taken from this video clip! But I tweaked it according to the cup I used. First one was bleh coz I forgot to put the milk in and did it during the microwave period.

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Ok, it was already half eaten...

It so does better with vanilla ice cream added too.

  • 3 tbsp flour
  • 3 tbsp milo
  • 2 tbsp milk
  • 1.5 tbsp sugar (I used brown)
  • 1.5 tbsp oil (I used coconut and this adds to the 'malaysian' essence too!)
  • 1 egg

Wack everything in one cup and microwave for 3 minutes. DONE. *slurp*


Japanese Cheesecake Round 2

Back in the country and yes there is a scarce of japanese sponge cheesecake over here. It's my sis's birthday too so the more so reason to bake! haha

I was initially worried because I broke almost half a yolk into the egg whites....but the peaks actually formed. Then was worried again coz I didn't measure the flour in grams (converted it to cups using this link) and the whole thing was watery.

But voila, it worked! Used mom's lovely 9" cake pan too

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I used this recipe and didn't include the cream of tartar from Diana's website and it worked :)

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