Pretty & Scrumptious ~ LeGem Patisserie

Hey Lovelies!

Was craving for madeleines and chance upon LeGem Patisserie. Sometimes I think Instagram can read my mind (haha).

LeGem Patisserie freshly baked modern madeleines comes with an assortment of unique flavours.

Chocolate hazelnut ~ glazed with a layer of chocolate, sprinkled with a generous serving of nuts and filled with whole nuts too!

Nuts about you

Black Sesame ~ aromatic and had a deep nutty flavour.

Sesame everywhere

Fig with Cheese ~ savoury and sweet a perfect match.


Triple Chocolate ~ has an intense chocolate flavour but not too sweet.

Thick chocolate coat is simply divine

Kaya with coconut ~ uniquely Singaporean style topped with desiccated coconut.

Glistening golden brown

Matcha With yuzu ~ refreshing twist of zesty citrus yuzu and an earthy kick of matcha goes very well with a cuppa sencha green tea.

Perfect combi

Strawberry with ruby chocolate ~ a tension of fresh berry fruitiness and luscious smoothness like yoghurt.

Pretty in pink

Lemon ~ a decidedly tangy note but not too sour.

Sugar coat & lemon peels

Earl Grey ~ wonderful in smell and delicious in taste.

Evergreen classic

The dear little cakes are tenderly moist, soft and spongy and definitely does not have the acrid after taste of baking powder.

I can’t decide which is my favourite cause all are so yummy! Melts in your mouth…makes you going back for more and I sure did (this is my second purchase before I wrote this). I highly recommend you to try! LeGem Patisserie madeleines are not only scrumptious but also a feast to the eyes!

To me what makes LeGem Patisserie stands out is that she takes the effort to pen a note which adds a personal touch.

Handwritten cards are so rare these days

Thank you for reading, it’s time for tea!

Bonding Over Mango Ice Cream

Happy Sunday Lovelies!

Yesterday I tried making mango ice cream with my gal (my little Kitchen Assistant) and we had lots of fun. Just like me she loves cooking but not the cleaning part.

It’s real simple to make all you need is 

  1. 2 Honey Mangoes
  2. 2  Bottles of Thickened Cream (you can chose to add only 1 bottle if you want it less creamy)
  3. Half a can of Condensed Milk (full can if you want it really sweet)

 

Ingredients: Mangoes, Thickened Cream & Condensed Milk
 

My Kitchen Assistant help me blend the mango into purée before adding the Thickened Cream and condensed milk to be blended altogether till it becomes a smooth mixture. Thereafter, pour the mixture into a coin rainier and let it set in the freezer overnight.

 

The smooth mango mixture

 

Ta da! The next day you can savour your very own homemade mango ice cream!

Bon Appétit!

 

Homemade Mango Ice Cream
 
Thank you for reading!