Sweetened condensed milk cupcakes: lessons learned

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Hello, my name is Connie Veneracion. I cook, I shoot, I write. But I don't do the laundry. I don't like housekeeping very much either... (more about me)

6 Responses

  1. richard says:

    i’ll call this your version of “kabayan”

  2. Tere says:

    Hi Ms. Connie! About the “physically and mentally exhausted after a long time in the kitchen preparing for lunch and having to reserve enough energy for preparing dinner”I cook for my six kids everyday for almost 3 to 5 times everyday without househelp.And I also feel that way sometimes or most of the time. I thought ako lang ang ganun..Hehehe.. So sometimes I have to think of mga madaling lutuin na lang pag dinner. Your blog is my saviour whenever I have to do that. I really thank you for sharing those dishes that are so easy to prepare but are still delicious. You even share every secret that you have in your dishes.
    By the way I prepared the very easy Parmesan chicken or chicken parmesan for lunch today and paired it with your recipe of coleslaw.It’s so easy to prepare that’s why I still have time here to browse your other must try recipes while waiting for my kids to come from school and taste our lunch. But I’m sure they will love it because your recipes are so trusted.:-)
    Wag po sana kayo magsawa mag-share lalo na ng secrets in cooking.:-) Thanks and God bless!

    • We’ve been without househelp for almost two years now and, yes, cooking can be exhausting too. When it’s experimental (mostly, cooking for myself), it’s relaxing. But when there’s a timetable, oh, what a killer.

  3. natzsm says:

    It has been years since I first saw you use silicon pans and reviewing your blog, these heart shaped ones first made their appearance way back in 2008 and after almost five years are still in pristine condition. These though were purchased from Living Well and did not come cheap.

    I am curious about those silicon pans which you purchased at the 88 peso store. How are the cheaper silicon pans doing?

    (The ones I purchased a few years back discolored after I baked a chocolate based muffin so I went back to using aluminum pans and yes, going back to greasing and/or lining with baking paper/foil)