Chocolate marble cake – moist and crisp!


I’ve got this delicredible from allrecipes, There’re a bit technique to make marble texture with knife and spoon, by putting your two color batter a little bit, and use knife to stir slightly.

And, the doily their, if you would notice, I made it last month (very useful!)

Have a nice week 🙂


Matcha cookie

Greentea are pretty tasteful with cookies! Why won’t you try some with your own baked?

Matcha cookies


125 g Cake flour

50 g Greentea extract powder or powderes leaves

75 g Unsalted butter

45 g caster sugar

1/4 teaspoon salt

25 ml Milk

Here’s how

Preheat the oven at 170 c°

Whisk cake flour with Matcha powder in a small bowl.

Beat butter, salt and sugar together in the large bowl until combined.

Slowly add milk into the butter mix, beat until combined.

Add half of the matcha flour and mix, add the remaining and mix well with the batter mixer.

Rap the batter with plastic bag. Chilled for 2-3 hours in the fridge.

Flat the batter with the rolling pin and press with cookie cutter..

Bake in the oven for 15-20 mins or until it’s breakable and crumbly when break or bited.

Here we finish! Enjoy your cookies.

Chocolate sponge cake

Needing a bittersweet taste to brighten up your day? So here’s a perfect recipes for you!

Chocolate sponge cake


Ingredients (for a small one)

Cake part

75 g butter

75 g caster sugar

1 free-range egg

60 g self-raising flour

20 g cocoa powder

Let’s start!

Preheat the oven at 180 c

1.mix butter and sugar in a large bowl until combined

2.beat an egg into the mixture, mix well and add a half of flour into the bowl and mix well until combined

3.add half of flour and cocoa powder in the mixture, mix well

4.bake in an oven for 20-25 minute ’til it’s springy to the touch.

Glazing part


1/2 cup Plain yogurt (I suggest low fat one)

1 tablespoon Canned blueberry

spread out yogurt on the surface, Place the blueberry at the middle

Simple but yummy, Bitter sweet chocolate cake, Finished!