This chocolate peanut butter eggless cookie recipe is proof that vegan food can be both tasty and decadent. It works well as the carrots keep the cookie moist while the crunchy peanut butter adds texture. The use of a hot sugar mix balances the cookie by providing a slight toffee taste.
Yes, that’s right, panna cotta for breakfast… that’s also healthy! So many times when trying to lower the calorie content of a dish that’s normally high in calories, flavour is one of the things that’s sacrificed. This breakfast panna cotta recipe however manages to be low in fat and sugar but high in flavour.
This recipe for Macedonian/Greek Easter Bread is a tradition that Lauren and I have both grown up with. With each new generation descended from immigrants, the culture, language and general link to the original immigrant culture weakens. One thing which tends to remain strong however is the link to the
We spend a lot of time creating new and interesting recipes at The City Lane that sometimes it’s easy to forget about the classics. Sure there’s no shortage or recipes for chocolate brownies, chicken soup or other staples however we think it would be remiss of us not to share
The City Lane was invited to the launch of the Earth Hour cookbook “Planet To Plate” earlier this week, an excellent cookbook that combines great recipes with an in-depth look at the conservation and sustainability issues surrounding food and the effect of global warming on production of the key ingredients featured in the
The City Lane attended the Myer Autumn Fashion Lunch last week (you can read about it here) and we were very impressed by the 3 course menu designed by Nicky Riemer from Richmond’s Union Dining. The dessert, a yoghurt buttermilk panna cotta topped with fresh raspberries was a highlight and
Honey and Earl Grey tea work wonderfully together and these honey & Earl Grey chocolate truffles are delicious, easy way to enjoy the flavour combination. They might not be the healthiest thing on the planet but hey, Earl Grey tea + chocolate = a whole lot of antioxidants right? Preparation Time:
Inspired by the parfaits of Kyoto is this coffee & yoghurt parfait recipe. The layers are texturally distinct and combine really well as do the tart, sweet and bitter flavour components of the dish. It’s really tasty and great as a pick-me-up breakfast in the morning or as a dessert any time of
It’s no secret that Lauren and I are a bit obsessed when it comes to matcha. We love green tea, and when it comes to desserts matcha, along with chocolate is something that needs to be ordered if it’s on the menu. When the two are combined, even better! This matcha