Orange upside down cake

Orange upside down cake

This kind of cake is not usually my cup of tea, as I prefer light and fluffy cakes usually. However, my sister Cindy really loved it due to its denseness and fragrance. The caramelized orange slices really gives it an extra tinge of tartness too~


Vanilla Cupcakes

This recipe I got from Aussie masterchef and it turned out amazingly moist and fluffy. The buttercream on top was also a good compliment. 



Coffee swiss roll

This is one of my favourite recipes and my all-time go-to coffee roll.

Coffee Swiss roll

Everyone who’s tasted it has loved it, and I usually make it with whipped fresh cream, though once I’ve tried to make it with mascarpone cream filling. Still most people prefer the former.

Try it yourself, you’ll be really amazed!

Recipe ( I got this recipe originally from here)


  • Eggs- 5 large  (white and yolk separated)
  • Sugar- 40 grams+ 70 grams
  • Coffee- 8 grams
  • Hot water- 55 grams
  • Cake flour- 90 grams
  • Baking powder- 2 grams
  • Oil- 55 grams


  • Beat the egg yolk with the 40 grams of sugar until light and pale.
  • Beat the egg white in another pan until frothy.
  • Add in the 70 grams sugar in two to three additions and the salt and peak till stiff peaks forms.
  • Mix coffee with the hot water and let it cool.
  • Mix the coffee and oil to the egg yolk batter and gently fold in the flour and baking powder sifted.
  • Mix in the egg white to the yolk mixture in two to three additions and trying not to deflate it.
  • Pour into well greases and lined pans .
  • Bake at 180 degreeC for 9-12 minutes.
  • Let the cake cool down completely before applying the coffee cream.
  • Flip the cake onto another parchment paper. Apply the cream and roll it up tightly.
  • Slice and enjoy.

Ingredients for the coffee cream:

  • Heavy whipping cream- 1 cup
  • Sugar- 25 grams  more or less
  • vanilla essence – a bit


  • Beat everything together in a bowl until the sugar is well combined and fluffy.