OMG! I cannot believe I was able to make this Strawberry Dulce de Leche Tart. It has been my goal since I tried it for the first time a while back! I always felt afraid to tackle it! Well the wait is over and the work paid off! Not going to lie, it was hard! I made mistakes, and had to develop a recipe of my own because the one I found was a mega FAIL! Here is my recipe! Hope you all enjoy 🙂 👩‍🍳 🍓


70 gr butter

80 gr powdered sugar

1 egg replacement 

150gr AP Flour


1 package of strawberries 

1 can dulce de leche 


Soften the butter w the powdered sugar, add the vanilla and egg. Add the flour and do not knead too much. Cover it w film and place it in the fridge for 30 minutes. Mold it and bake it at 350 w baking balls. 

Add butter, cream and strawberries 


For any chocolate lovers, this cake is a must! It is some work but is totally worth the trouble!

For the fluffiest, the key is in your sifting. 😉

Hope you all enjoy



3 cups AP Flour

1 cup of cocoa

2 tsp baking powder

1 tsp baking soda

1 tsp salt

200 gr butter

1 1/3 cup sugar

3 Tablespoons ultra light olive oil

3 Tablespoons water

3 tsp baking powder

1/4 cup oil

1 cup water

1/2 cup milk

1 tsp vanilla extract


1 can condensed milk

1 can dulce deleche

Chocolate bath:

1 milk chocolate bar

1/2 dark chocolate bar

1 can condensed milk





Turn on your oven to 350 F. Inside a container add your 3 tsp of baking powder with 3 tablespoons of ultra light olive oil and 3 tablespoons of water, set aside. Start softening your butter on a stand mixer on high until creamed. In the mean time start sifting your flour, cocoa, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. You have to repeat this process for 6 times, this is key. Once done set aside. Add the sugar to your creamed butter, mix well. Add the vanilla extract. Mix for 2 more minutes. Add your baking powder, olive oil, and water mixture. Mix well and add the oil. Let it mix for a moment.

Inside a container place your water and milk. Now you can reduce the speed to low and start adding your dry sifted ingredients slowly, alternating with your water-milk mixture. You can stop once every ingredient has been added.

Butter a baking pan, add parchment paper and pour your mixture, I use two molds. Bake for 20-25 minutes or until ready.


For your filling you can purchase dulce de leche or make your own. I prefer to make mine. I place 3 condensed milk cans on a large pot. Remove the label and fill water to the top, bring to a boil and cook it for 3 hours. Keep adding water every 20 minutes. Once time has passed, throw water and set aside. Do not open yet because the cans are very hot, and you can burn yourself. I try to make my dulce de leche the day before I will bake my cake. I also fill my cake the day after I bake it, but this is up to you.

If you chose to make your cake in one mold cut it in half, I prefer to use two molds. Set your bottom part on the plate you will serve, I use a deep dish plate because the chocolate top I make is very liquid, there will be some overflow.

Open your condensed milk and add some water (1/4 cup) mix well with a spoon and pour in the middle of your cake.Let it absorb. Add your dulce de leche and cover.

Chocolate Bath:

I do this directly on the pot, but some people choose to do it as a water bath, your choice. Melt your butter 1/2 tablespoon. Add your chocolate, melt and add some of your milk and your condense milk. Mix well until every component has melted. Pour it on your cake and is ready to serve.


For any of you baking lovers, this is worth a try. You will need:

-Stand mixer or Muscle Power 💪💥

-Bowl, Dough cutter or knife, Measuring cups & utensils 👩‍🍳 👨‍🍳

-Time ⏳ ⏲

Here is my take on “Cinnamon Buns”. Because my mother suffers from an egg allergy, all my recipes are eggless.

Here are the recipe & pics!




2 1/4 tsp yeast

4 1/2 AP flour

1 tsp salt

1/2 cup white sugar

1/3 cup butter

1 cup warm milk

2 eggs or

2tsp Baking powder

2 Table spoons ultra light olive oil

2 Table spoons water


1 cup brown sugar

2 1/2 T cinnamon

1/3 cup butter


8 oz cream cheese

1/2 cup butter

2 3/4 cups confectioners sugar 

1 tsp vanilla

Pinch of salt


Prepare your yeast: on a container place the yeast with 1teaspoon of sugar, add water, enough to cover the yeast, set aside & let yeast activate. Place your flour on your stand mixer with the hook attachment. Add the sugar and mix. In the meantime place your cup of water on the microwave for a minute. Add it to your yeast. Melt your butter, for a minute in the microwave. Add it to your milk & yeast mixture. Finally add the baking powdered, olive oil & water. Once all is mixed add it to your flower and sugar, knead for 5 minutes, place inside a bowl and let it rise for 1 hr or 2.

Once it doubled in size, flatten on a surface dusted with flour, add your butter and filling. Roll the dough cut it, and place it in a baking pan. Let it rise for 1 more hour or until doubled. Once ready bake at 350F for 10-15 minutes or until golden.

While they are being baked, prepare your frosting: soften your butter, add your cream cheese, add the powdered sugar and vanilla.

When buns are ready add the frosting, some of it let the rest once you are ready to serve them!

Sundaze Homemade Pizzaaa 🍕 

Happy Sunday to you all!! For today’s post I am sharing my pizza recipe 

What you’ll need 


2 tsp yeast 

1 tsp sugar 

4 cups AP flour 

2 T sugar 

1 T salt 

1 1/2 cups of warm water

3 T olive oil 

First prepare your yeast by adding the 2 tsp and 1 tsp sugar with a little bit of water, set it aside and let it rise. In a mixer place your dry ingredients, mix them. Then to your yeast mixture add the water and olive oil. Put the dough paddle and in slow speed start adding the water mixture. Once added completely mix at medium speed for 5 minutes. Remove it from bowl and on a floured surface kneat for 2 or 3 minutes. Make a ball and cover a bowl with olive oil and set it inside. Let it rise for at least 3 hours cut it in half and let it rise for about 20 minutes or until double the size. You can save your dough or use it all. I usually use just one half. 


3 tomatoes finely chopped in squares 

1 T olive oil 

1 tsp balsamic vinegar 

Salt and pepper to taste 

100 grs. of mozzarella 

And any toppings you may like 

Place the tomatoes on a bowl and add the olive oil, salt & balsamic vinegar. I use that as my tomatoe base. Place all the toppings you wany 

Turn on your oven to 420 F or 225 C. Place a rock plate (you can get those at Bed Bath & Beyond and they make the bottom of your pizza crispy) 

On a floured surface place your dough and flatten it out and trying to keep it as circular as possible, add your tomatoe, then shredded cheese, and place any toppings you want. Bake for 10 minutes or until golden brown. 

Enjoy! 🍕🤤 

Love me some layers 👅🤤

Happy humpday everybody!! Today I wanted to share my favorite recipe for the “One thousand layer cake” *side note it won’t be 1k layers but it does feel like you are making one like that, totally worth it though 👌

The recipe is from Miriam Baptista’s cooking book. You will need to prepare the dough 2 days ahead *repeat it is tootallyyy worth it* 

What you will need:

1 or 227 gr of butter 

1 1/2 cups of sugar 

3 eggs or egg replacement 

1/2 cup of milk 

2 tsp vanilla extract

5 cup AP flour

1/2 tsp salt

3 tsp baking powder 

1 1/2 or 2 cups of dulce de leche 

2 cups of cream 

2 T shredded coconut 


2 days ahead 

Sift your dry ingredients set aside. On a mixer soften the butter and slowly add the sugar. Once mixed together slowly add the eggs or egg replacement and vanilla extract. Once mixed in start adding the flour and milk. Place on wrap paper fully covered and leave on the fridge for one day. 

1 day ahead 

Use a round plate (regular serving plate) or a cake mold and make rounds. Cut them and set them aside. Divide your dough on 14 peaces and flatten the dough on the parchment paper as pictures. Bake at 350 F or 175 C for about 5 minutes or until golden on the sides. Be careful because they bake fast. As they come out of the oven place them on top of each other. Once all baked set them aside and leave them resting over night. 

Serving day 

On the serving day you will fill the cake. Purchase dulce de leche or make your own*just place canned condense milk, I would do 3 or 4 cans just incase, in a big pot and set to boil for approximately 4 hours* Prepare your cream and set aside. You can layer the cake 1 dulce de leche 1 cream, I personally prefer doing 2 dulce de leche and 1 cream. Just make sure the top of your cake is dulce de leche. Once finishing layering on the top part sprinkle the shreded coconut and that is it! Enjoy! 

PS: this cake gets better the day after 😏👌 

Pics below! 

White Sangria Mood

Happy weekend to everyone!! There is nothing better than a sunny Saturday barbecue by the pool! Of course we must have alcohol, so here is a recipe I found of white sangria. It is my favorite! It is very simple to make, you barely taste the alcohol, and is the best alcoholic beverage for a hot summer day.

What you will need:

1 cup of sugar

1 1/2 cups of water

2 cinnamon sticks

5 mint leaves

2 green apples

1 pear

1 peach

1 cup of peach juice

3 limes (thinly sliced)

2 bottles of white wine (whatever you prefer, I use Sauvignon Blanc)

1 bottle of apple cider


Put in a pot the sugar, water, cinnamon sticks, and mint. Place it on the stove at medium heat/temperature. Stir it once, bring it to boil and immediately remove it. Set aside to cool. Chop your fruit thinly (look at image below) except for your lime place it in a serving bowl. With a strainer place the syrup you did with the sugar etc. in your bowl. Add the wine, then the pear juice. For serving put ice, then your sangria, put a slice of lime and a splash of your apple cider. Enjoy! 🙃 (always drink carefully)!!



Baked Buns 

For today’s baking post dish I wanted to share my recipe for burger buns. I was able to find this recipe at I loved her take at this traditional bread but I have done my own twerks to the recipe.

Hope you guys enjoy & happy Saturday! 😊

You will need:

1/2 cup milk

1/2 cup water

1/3 cup hot water

2 7/8 T butter (I use salted & room temperature)

7 T sugar * I like my bread sweet, if you don’t you can put whatever amount you want (ex: 2T)

1 tsp salt * If you do not put 7T of sugar you can skip this step

4 cups AP Flour

3/4 tsp yeast and less than 1/2 tsp sugar *

*for the yeast you put the dry yeast with the tsp of sugar and add a little bit of water so it covers the yeast and sugar. Set it aside and let it rise while you prep the rest of your ingredients. (See image below)

On a mixer with the hook tool you first put the flour, sugar, and salt. Mix it a little on slow and add the room temperature butter. Mix it for a moment and slowly add your yeast with the milk and water. Mix it at medium speed for 5 minutes. If your dough looks dry it is okay let it mix and everything will incorporate (see image below). When ready remove the hook and just knead it for a moment. Remove it from mixing bowl, make it round and place it on a round container. Cover it until it has doubled in size. Once it has reached the desired size (see image below) make small balls or the size you want your buns to be. Place on a sheet pan with parchment paper and brush them with milk. Let them rise for 1 hour and once ready (when you put your finger and the dough comes back) brush once more with milk and bake at 350 F or 175 C for 10 minutes or until golden.112345678910111223456789101112





Monday Soulful Baking

Hello everyone! For today’s post I am sharing a special recipe. It is a typical savory pastry from where I am from. We call it “Rollo de Queso” or “Cheese roll up” though it is not so much of a roll up as it is the dough flipped to the center. This recipe is very special as it was my great grandmas but my mother did some twerks to make it better!

Hope you guys enjoy! 👅

You will need:

Dry Ingredients

3 cups AP Flour

3 tsp baking powder

Wet Ingredients

100 gr of butter

3/4 cup of sugar

3 egg replacement* or 4 egg yolks

1/2 Kilo of white cheese* or any other cheese you prefer

1 tsp olive oil

1 tsp milk

Milk to what your dough needs (maybe 1/4 cup)

*for the egg replacement we use for each egg

1 tsp baking powder

1 T olive oil

1 T water

*For the white cheese, the one we use back home is very salty so for the one you find in the U.S. you can add 1T kosher salt

*For the white cheese if you are not using the eggs you add 1tsp olive oil and 1 tsp of milk. If you are using eggs, you add the egg whites to the cheese leaving some behind for the paint brush of the roll up


Sift the dry ingredients and set aside. On a mixer soften the butter (see image below), add the sugar and once everything mixed together start adding the dry ingredients. You add some milk whenever your mixture is too dry. Once everything is mixed together you divide the dough in fours. With a roller you extend the dough and add the cheese in the center (see image below) you fold it and brush it with milk or egg whites. Bake it at 350 F or 175 C for 15 minutes or more. Enjoy!

PS: they don’t look too beautiful but I swear the taste is 👌


First Food Post: Eggless Vanilla CupCakes:p

I have always loved baking as a hobby, ever since I was a little girl. I have specially enjoyed baking for my family. Recently my mother developed food allergies to chicken, eggs, and some more. As she always enjoyed pastries I decided to be “creative” in the kitchen and create baked goods she could enjoy! The result were good! I always wanted to share these recipes. If you can consume eggs all my recipes can be changed for that.

Today’s food post is one of my mother’s favorites “Vanilla Cupcakes”

The recipe is very simple you need:

Wet Ingredients 

1/2 package of butter

3/4 cups of sugar

1 tsp vanilla extract

3 egg replacements or eggs*

1 cup of milk (if you use eggs it may be less)

Dry Ingredients

2 cups of AP Flour

2 tsp baking powder

*For the egg replacement you use:

1 tsp of baking powder

1 T of olive oil

1 T of water

Side note: You can replace up to 3 eggs no more.


Turn on your oven at 350° Fahrenheit, 170° Celsius. Sift the dry ingredients then set them aside. On a mixer soften the butter until is almost liquid (see image below). Then add the sugar. Mix some more. Add the vanilla extract.  Slowly add the egg replacement you prepared ahead. If you use eggs add one by one. Mix it until unified (see image below) Set your speed to low and slowly mix between adding the dried ingredients and the milk. Once everything has been added and mixed (see image below) place it on any type of mold you would like. Bake for 15 minutes or more.

If you are vegan you can replace the milk with any vegan alternative, a good option I have tried has been coconut milk. Also you can replace the sugar with any alternative you want.