We would like to thank Cherilyn from All things Vegan sg for allowing us to steal her wonderful sweet treat recipes to share will all our Nilufer Tea Blog readers! Cherilyn is a vegan living in Singapore and is very passionate about veganism and would like to share the love with everyone ?
Check out her blog to learn more about the Vegan lifestyle and learn more about how Vegans in Singapore are doing it!
So lately I've been seeing so many unicorn cupcakes on social media and I decided to try making some hella cute cupcakes as well. Click on to view how to make these little unicorn ? cupcakes!
Prep time: 1hour Cooking time: 20-25 minutes
Vanilla Sprinkled Cupcakes
View Cupcake Jemma's video here.
For the cupcakes:
1. Preheat the oven to 175 degrees celsius.
2. Add the apple cider vinegar to the non-dairy milk. leave it to curdle.
3. Add softened butter to a large mixing bowl and cream with a mixer. Add sugar and vanilla and beat until combined and fluffy.
4. Sift over the butter and sugar mixture alternating with the milk mixture. Blend until no lumps are present.
5. Add sprinkles and use a wooden spoon to carefully mix the sprinkles into the batter. OR use a spatula to fold it in.
6. Place the batter into 15 cupcake holders.
7. Bake for 20-25 minutes.
For the frosting:
1. Cream the butter until creamy and light in colour.
2. Sift in the icing sugar and add in the vanilla extract.
3. Divide the batter into 4 separate bowls and add in food gel. ( each colour for each bowl )
4. Use a cling wrap and lay it out.
5. Place strips of the different coloured icing onto the cling wrap and roll it up.
Refer to cupcake Jemma's youtube video on unicorn cupcakes to learn how to do the icing and the decorations: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qW6nIhcNDbs
This recipe for pancakes is absolutely amazing. They make the perfect breakfast if you are craving for something warm and sweet. It is simple and very yummy. It can be made really quickly so time isn't a problem at all! I personally love these pancakes as they are super easy to make and satisfies my taste buds. So here they are!
Remember, if you do make them, please tag me on Instagram@cherealkiller! I would love to see those delicious pancakes that you have made. I have a video posted on youtube here.
Prep time: 15 mins Cooking time: 10 mins
This post goes out to all those who are self-employed, office-free, freelancers as well as those who just need to get out of the office for a while. The heart of the CBD has a ton of cafes and restaurants that seem ideal for work as they provide free WiFi.
Wi-Fi(/ˈwaɪfaɪ/) -- is a method for devices such as smartphones to connect wirelessly to the Internet using radio waves and something most of us can't live without.
This guide is ideal for those who are based in the Clarke Quay, Tanjong Pagar areas as well as Chinatown in Singapore. However, how many of these cafes are really are going to be okay with you just taking up space, using their WiFi and free loading off their power sockets to charge your computer? Crucial indeed, because I've had my fair share of being kicked out of a cafe for sitting there too long. I mean, I guess it's fine if it was a coffee joint but cafes have a way better quiet working environment that I found extra amazing especially when I was studying in high school as a student. Wow, typing this makes me miss university already, and I can't wait to be back in school in the next couple of weeks.
The first cafe, and also one of my personal favourites is Shop Wonderland.
With the upper floor selling fresh flowers for whatever occasion, should you want to make someone special smile, and the lower floor serving food, drinks and comfy seats!
Address: 134 Telok Ayer St, Singapore 068600
Tel: 6299 5848
Great for a quick coffee and a long sit-down catch-up session in my opinion.
Apart from their hip-and-cool hexagon flower pots and gradient walls, the soft serve, coffee and the rice-bowls here are a must try.
Address: 6 Shenton Way, 01-49 OUE Downtown Gallery 2, Singapore 068809
Tel: 6224 4500
A historical shophouse in Singapore, turned into what many would call a "hipster" cafe.
Hard to believe that this place used to be a hospital back in the day. They are known for their east-meets-west cuisine. A great place to chill and grab a cuppa with your laptop.
Address: 202 Telok Ayer Street, Singapore 068639
Tel: 6222 2007
Come and lounge around at clubhouse's sofa and pod areas which are amazing for group discussions and meetings.
Their funky furniture should keep you extra motivated and on task or... tempt you for some shut eye during lunch hour.
Address: China Street #01-35 China Court, Singapore 048422
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