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    Moist and super yummy Raisin Muffins. I made them from a basic muffin recipe then adding some ingredients of my own and tweaking the cooking time. Very easy to make! Chop the raisins finely--don't mash them! The banana makes the already moist muffins, well, more moist with just a hint of banana flavor. Not to mention that it gives a good look on the muffin top crust. It's important that you use an overripe banana. Enjoy!

    Recipe #323795

    This is my modified version of the great tasting Shu Cream recipe (Japanese Cream Puff) that I got at About.com. Yum! *You can also use your own cream puff pastry and just use the custard cream I have here!

    Recipe #320577

    Champorado (Chocolate Rice Pudding) is one of the most common Filipino breakfasts/snacks in the Philippines. The ingredients are common in almost all Filipino households. This is usually eaten with warm "pandesal" (small, plain, but yummy bun that's also a staple in Filipino households). You can find sticky rice in most Asian stores. Very easy to do and very yummy--authentic Filipino taste! **Add more or less sugar or cocoa depending on your taste!**

    Recipe #319106


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