The Jamaican Brick Oven! most Jamaican pastries are perfected in the brick oven. The best example of a Brick oven can be seen at Devon House in Kingston(The Brick Oven has recently moved from Devon House to the Halfway Tree area). The mixture of flour, shortening, sugar, and eggs may be vary but the propensity of Jamaican cooks to experiment and utilize ingredients at hand produces many excellent treats!
Coconut Drops - Grace Foods
We're going coconuts! Coconut drops is a popular traditional Jamaican snack! If you want to know the method behind this masterpiece, watch this episode and then try it with your family and friends!
Jamaican Christmas Cake
RasMiquel Shows his own style of making a Jamaican Christmas Cake, the same recipe can be used for a wedding cake as well.
Black Forest Cake
If you always wanted to make black forest cake, here is an easy one.
If you would like to have a fruit cake with less fruits, but the same delicious taste, try this favourite of Mrs.
Basic Sponge Cake
This recipe can be use for children's party, cakes for sponge flans, sponge fingers, ice box cakes etc.
I got an SOS for this recipe from a gentleman in Canada who attended a demonstration when I made this cake.
Try your hand at baking a cake to serve 50 people.
In the late 1980s, Carrot Cake was a popular dessert on local airlines.
Some people expect coffee in coffee cake, but this crispy, crunchy coffee cake is an excellent 'go-with' for a steaming cup of Blue Mountain coffee.
If you are told that your plain cake is like toto, it is not a compliment.
Wholewheat Easter Bun
Right in time for Easter!! If your enjoy Easter festivities and healthy eating you will love this episode of Creative Cooking! Take a look at our Whole Wheat Easter Bun.