Not really a Baker, Snacks, Therapies

Baking with the boys (Part 2); Rainbow Cookies

Remember how I told you the boys wanted rainbow cookies and a rainbow cake? After our successful outing with our Rainbow Cake, they were quite excited to get on with the cookies. I was very busy the next day and got home rather late but they were not relenting. This time, the boys came with… Continue reading Baking with the boys (Part 2); Rainbow Cookies


Buns (Nigerian Style)

I was just minding my business this evening, -surfing around the internet, waiting for my pounded yam to digest, and monitoring the election results on Channels TV.- when my friend Tolu Adegbite buzzed me to ask for Buns recipe. I had no prior plans to make buns but I found myself heading for the kitchen… Continue reading Buns (Nigerian Style)


Bite sized Sausage Rolls (Nigerian Style)

It's elections day in Nigeria today and as such most people are indoors.  I am because I could not get my PVC (Permanent Voters Card), it got lost somehow in the custody of INEC. I know however that whoever it is Nigeria elects, the road ahead would not be smooth. So while others defy the… Continue reading Bite sized Sausage Rolls (Nigerian Style)

How to Series, Snacks

Homemade Nigerian Roasted Peanuts/Groundnuts

Roasted Peanut or Groundnut as it is called in Nigeria is a very popular snack. I remember hawkers carrying roasted groundnut, dankwa and pop corn in glass cases on their heads, they would use a fork to tap the case and make a rhythmic noise to attract people in the area to come and buy.… Continue reading Homemade Nigerian Roasted Peanuts/Groundnuts