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The Sunshine Diet is packed full of exotic recipes that are simple to create and are packed full of flavour and fragrance.
Here is a family recipe of steamed rice flour cakes with papaya compote that brings a shaft of tropical sunshine and aromatic sweetness to British tea time.
These pancakes are thick and delicious. They taste like pancakes but have the thickness of a crumpet. Perfect for a homemade brunch.
These are amazing, I mean seriously amazing, so if you’ve never made pancakes with yoghurt before you have to try these. They are thick and delicious and taste like pancakes but have the thickness of, say, a crumpet. These pancakes are also simple to make and are very moreish and satisfying, so do try them for yourself.
This is seen across pastry vendors across the country - a bring red cube covered in coconut and topped with a dollop of whipped cream. It must be seen as the Mauritian Lamington as it is so similar to the Australian version which is usually coated in chocolate. It has a distinct texture which is created once the cake has been soaked and covered in coconut. Mauritians love their afternoon tea and I’ve made this recipe as simple as possible to achieve.
This used to be my after school snack that mum used to make for us before being sent to our rooms to do our homework! In Mauritius this is eaten for breakfast or as an afternoon treat with a hot cup of vanilla tea. I’ve made this recipe dairy free by taking out the butter and milk traditionally used and added more flavours and nuts that I think make this taste even more special.
The perfect weekend bake requires only 1 bowl and minimal effort! Once you’ve mastered this recipe you can create different flavour combinationand you like, pistachio & rose is so good too! enjoy x
A sticky and moist upside down cake with a deep molasses flavour from the unrefined sugar, spice from the warmth of cinnamon and the beautiful tropical flavour of pineapple. Don’t worry about a container for this, as soon as it gets cut I guarantee they’ll be no cake left!
Try baking these cinnamon and ginger spiced biscuits. Traditionally these are eaten at the Dutch festival “Sinterklaas” on 5th December.
Sweet, sharp and aromatic, a delicious dessert to have after a heavily spiced meal
This delicious dessert is gluten-free!
These beautiful tarts look like something from a French patisserie, but use cardamom and tropical fruit for an exotic twist.
For this recipe, you’ll need 12 individual tart tins