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Guest Post ~ Hazelnut mini loaves


I'm very happy to have been asked to do a guest post for Shirley of 'Enriching your kid'.  But what to make to entice the kids has got my head cracking.  A clinical psychologist by profession, Shirley has a lot of tips on nutrients for growing-up kids in her blog.  You can also read up on the various spices and herbs that she uses in her cooking, baking and other interesting recipes as well.  Do visit  'Enriching your kid' for nutritious and healthy eating and to read my post  ~ 'Hazelnut Mini loaves'.  Thank you!

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  1. Congratulations Cheah on your first guest post! the Hazelnut Mini Loaves look pretty. I going over to Shirley's blog to read your recipe now :)

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  2. Congrats Cheah! This is a great post and great recipe to share with. I'll hop over after this.
    goodnight,
    Kristy

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  3. Anncoo
    Must admit I was a bit worried doing my first guest post but Shirley gave me all the encouragement.

    Kristy
    Thank you. Your guest post on Shirley's blog was great too!

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  4. Congrats Cheah...great post and great hazelnut loaf for kids. I am sure adults and kids will love them.

    Busy lately? :)

    Cheers,
    Elin

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  5. Hi Cheah, I was looking for a dark Chocolate Cake Recipe and found your Birthday Cake. It looks great and I would like to try it out. One query: is it really 6 teaspns of baking powder,or is it an error, seems a lot! Please do let me know, would like to make it tomorrow, Thanks in advance, have a good day, Mrs Singh, Chemor

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  6. I have lots of hazelnuts in my fridge now, going to hop over to read the recipe:D Looks great!

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  7. just back from shirley's blog. cheah, where did you get that baking pan? looks like i've seen it somewhere here...

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  8. Elin
    Thanks. I suppose it'll suit both kids and adults palate. Yes, a bit busy nowadays!

    Mrs Singh
    So nice of you to drop by. Yes, it's 6 teaspoons baking powder. I doubled the recipe from chocolate cupcakes. You can check it out here
    http://cheah2009.blogspot.com/2010/07/chocolate-cupcakes.html

    Jeannie
    Thanks. So make use of your hazelnuts and give this recipe a shot!

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  9. Lena
    Got the pan from Myers, Melbourne.

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  10. An honour to have you Cheah! Am happy to have met you in the food blogging world. Thanks once again!

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  11. Saw your yummies via Sweetylicious bread lineup. You have a wonderfully diverse range of recipes that look so yummy!

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  12. Shirley
    You're most welcome! I'm very happy to have met you in the blogosphere too.

    The Experimental Cook
    Thanks for the visit and thanks too for those sweet compliments. Hope to see you more often. Will hop over to your blog soon!

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