Annika Eats

Seasonal

Ingredients in season add a different layer of flavor to recipes. Covering recipes within specific occasions too.

Chicken Pot Pie

The best Chicken Pot Pie recipe that you will make. Filled with chicken, peas, corn and carrots in a white sauce, that is encased in a buttery short crust pastry. Learn how to make your pastry at home in minutes!

Chai Custard

This is a simple custard recipe that doesn’t need much effort. A dessert that can be made ahead of time and chilled in the fridge before serving. Filled with spices, ginger, brown sugar and tea powder you can make this treat in no time.

Coconut Ladoos

Calling all coconut lovers. These coconut ladoos are filled with fresh and desiccated coconut making for a very flavorful ladoo. The addition of condensed milk makes it rich and delicious, perfect for Diwali.

Bloody Mary

There is no better cocktail than a Bloody Mary that sums up the celebration of Halloween. With a little tomato juice and vodka you can make this drink in no time and add your own twist to it.
Happy Halloween!

Jack O’Lantern Cookies

The simplest cookies to make during halloween. Truthfully during any time of the year. These are cinnamon spiced, brown sugar cookies that work well on its own or sandwiched with fillings. They are a delicious treat to give to your tricker treaters.

Banana Chai Cake

This loaf is perfect for a Dusshera celebration. With simple ingredients and a bowl this banana cake can be made in under an hour with all the flavors of masala chai in it. Delicious on its own but even better to share with family, neighbors and friends during the festive season.

Sabudana Khichdi

This is a traditional Indian recipe for Navratri and it is made with soaked sabudana, also known as tapioca pearls. It is stirred together in tempered spices and served with more roasted peanuts on the side. A filling vegetarian snack or meal that can be made in little time.

Pumpkin Spice Granola

A healthy breakfast filled with a handful of nutritiously delicious ingredients. In this recipe you will learn how to make granola at home using a few pantry staples like oats, nuts, spices and dried fruit. Turn your breakfast into a yummy treat with this granola.

Salted Caramel Sauce

Silky and smooth bittersweet caramel sauce that is perfectly salted. It only uses 4 ingredients and pairs well with ice cream, desserts, drizzled over cakes and much more. Store it in jar for weeks and say goodbye to store bought caramel sauce.

Pumpkin spice

The best autumn or fall spice mixture that is perfect for pies, puddings and pastries. Once you make your own pumpkin spice at home you won’t buy it from the store, it takes less than a minute to mix together too!

Puran poli

This Indian sweet flatbread is perfect with chai. A moong dal and coconut sugar filling makes for a very delicate roti that is drenched in ghee and eaten during occasions. 

Nankhatai

Indian shortbread cookies fit for tea, a special occasion and an all round winner. The ghee aids to a light, crumbly texture making for a cloud like cookie. They are easy to make and addictive to eat. More importantly perfect for Raksha Bandhan.

Kesari

A south indian sweet made from semolina (rava), ghee, sugar and saffron. This treat is served warm or cut up once set and served cold. With little to no time you can make this recipe with a few ingredients making for the perfect dessert this Onam.

Masala Chai

Fragrant and flavorful masala chai (tea) at home brings comfort to the soul. In this recipe you will learn how to make my go to masala chai powder and turn that into the best masala chai. With 1 pot, a few ingredients and spice you are half way done.

Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream

A creamy no churn ice cream filled with all the flavors of a strawberry cheesecake from the biscuit base to a simple fresh strawberry compote and of course cream cheese. This ice cream is a no fuss recipe that comes together with basic equipment making for a delicious dessert at home.

Semiya Payasam

This rich pudding is fragrant and perfect for any occasion but fits perfectly for Eid. A few pantry staples is all you need and you’ve got yourself a dessert in no time and minimal effort.