Among the parts of the house, I always love being in the kitchen. I can honestly say that I'm not that good at home organizing things but have the ideas, and just ask somebody to do it for me. However being in the kitchen, cooking and preparing is another story. It's one thing I love to do most. The feeling of satisfaction when I cook is like the feeling when I'm on shopping spree or when I pamper myself. It's a happy place. I guess I inherited the interest through my father, we always cook and bond at the kitchen. That's one of the memories I remember from him when I was a child.
So for today I want to add another post in a week where I can add some food or bake recipes to share to all of you. As I'm into cooking, my eldest daughter love baking, so once in a while if her schedule and mine permits we bond together into this activities.It will be like a journal to both of us. She's my assistant now and love how my memory flash back when I'm in the same boat like her with my father before, a side kick.
1 c. butter
1/2 c. powdered sugar
1 big can condensed milk
1 big can evaporated milk
2-3/4 c. flour
1 tsp. baking powder
1 c. grated cheddar cheese
1. Cream butter with sugar.
2. Add eggs one at a time beating well after each addition.
3. Stir in condensed and evaporated milk.
4. Fold in dry ingredients.
5. Pour in muffin pans or with fluted cups.
6. Sprinkle grated cheese generously
7. Baked at 350 f for 20-25 minutes.
The original recipe came from cravings cookbook, but through time I manage to change a bit of the ingredients due to my own liking . As I've told you I don't have "that" sweet tooth but my family like anything sweets so I lessen a bit of sugar for some health issues. The ingredients above is the innovation from the original recipe. I love the moist texture of the original and thankful it still remains even I change a bit of the ingredients.
Cravings is one bakeshop i love most. They cater SUPER yummy cakes and pastries available in guiltless too! You must visit their shop and available at The Coffeee Beanery (tcb) outlet too!