Wednesday, 6 October 2010

Notes, recipes and the giveaway winner

Darlings, hows life? Here the seasons are definitely shifting, summer is about to settle in and so far October is going very well. The only thing bothering me is that I have been feeling a bit ikky and spacey lately (hope its not seasonal ninja flu germs).
When I feel a bit run down, I tend to indulge in yummy treats a bit more than I should (don't we all?). So,  lately I have been looking on the interweb for yummy recipes. Here are five lovely, delicious recipes that I found and want to try out:

1. Raspberry Cheesecake Ice Cream (read recipe here)
2. Apple-Cardamom Cakes with Apple Cider Icing  (read recipe here)
3. Leila Lindholm's butterscotch pecan pie (recipe here)
4. Homemade Oreos (recipe here)
5. Rainy day Mediterranean homemade pizza (recipe here)
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Have you made or found any awesome recipes lately?

Giveaway note: The winner of the Aquacitrine $25 gift certificate is Jaime - Congrats lady! Please e-mail me soon with your details.

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13 comments

  1. I made the most delicious home made vanilla and dark lindt ice cream the other day but i have yet to blog about it cause i haven't taken any photos yet!

    but there are always nummy things at my house hehehehe

    happy wednesday

    Betty Bake Blog

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  2. Made a delish lemon loaf from the hummingbird bakery recipe book. Really yummy! Definitely going to try above recipes mmmm thanks!

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  3. These all look so good! I Love baking, so will have to put these on my "to bake" list! If you're a fan of cheesecake, you should try the one I posted on my blog a while back, so easy and so delish! Feel better soon ;-)

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  4. Love baking! Oreo recipe sounds good.
    Hope you feel better and have a lovely day.

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  5. cannot wait to try some of these recipes! thanks for posting.
    also have a bit of seasonal flu and it's bugging!

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  6. That's me! haha. Thank you so much!!!! :)

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  7. I'll try the pizza later :)

    Not much of a baker. Can't seem to cook sweet stuff. Might give the oreo's a go.

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  8. I made some spicy pumpkin soup, and that was very comforting and delicious! (and easy! there are hundreds of recipes online) :)

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  9. Yum! Thanks for the links to the recipes!

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  10. Oh I am definitely going to have to check out those oreos & that cheesecake!

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  11. i must say the word recipes and me are seldom found in the same sentence or blogpost. :-/ But i do enjoy taste-testing others!

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  12. there is nothing better... for me anyways.. than woolies pumpkin fritters.. and their swiss milk chocolate after a long day at work! hmmmmmm

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  13. Brazen dear i can't bake or cook or do anything that might break a nail.

    (Just read Betty Bake's comment. Can you please ask her to be my best friend? I mean, can you imagine coming over to her house and being offered home-made ice-cream? Can you???)

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