Category Archives: Party Ideas

Blueberry Cheesecake (No-bake)


This cheese cake would be great for dessert if you are expecting some special guests. For amateurs like me, this no-bake cheesecake is easier to make than a baked one. No oven, no fuss, just pop it into the fridge till it’s time to serve!

Blueberry Cheesecake

Adapted from Mom

Ingredients for the crust:
Digestive Biscuits/Marie Biscuits     80g
Butter 45g

Ingredients for the Filling:
Cream Cheese    175g
Milk/Water      35g
Granulated sugar   45g
A can of blueberries
UHT whipping cream   150g
Unflavoured gelatin   10g

For the topping:
Syrup from the canned blueberries    50g
Unflavoured gelatin   half a teaspoon

For the crust:

  1. Crush the cookies in a blender.
  2. Melt the butter and mix it with the cookie crumbs.
  3. Spread and press the mixture evenly across a 6″ spring form cake tin.
  4. Refrigerate it till firm (at least 30 mins).

For the cream cheese filling:

  1. Soak the gelatin in water (30g) for 5 minutes. Warm it up till it turns into a clear liquid. Note: do not boil.
  2. Combine the cream cheese and sugar and beat till thoroughly mixed and smooth.
  3. Use the blender to mash the blueberries till smooth.  Combine the blueberries and gelatin with the cream cheese mixture.  Mix them well.
  4. Blend the whipping cream at high speed. Mix the whipped cream with the cream cheese mixture.
  5. Pour the mixture into the cake tin and distribute it evenly across the cookie crumbs base. Refrigerate it for at least 3 hours.

For the topping:

  1. Soak the gelatin in water till it turns into a clear liquid..
  2. Mix the gelatin with the blueberry syrup. Warm it up using a double boiler. Note: Do not boil.
  3. When the cheesecake is set, pour the blueberry jello over the cake. Decorate the cake with blueberries.
  4. Refrigerate the cake for at least 3 hours.

Notes: Jello can be used for the topping instead. Use a warm towel to wrap around the cake tin so that the cheesecake can be removed easily from the cake tin.

You can enjoy this no-bake cheesecake with blueberries or the fruit of your choice. Feel free to play with the ingredients and try different variations.


Santa Brownies


I was looking online for a simple holiday treat and I managed to chance upon these adorable Santa hat brownie bites on Erica’s Sweet Tooth. They look so good and easy to make.  Here’s the result of our baking:

Our version of Santa Hat brownies

Being new to baking, I had to consult my Mom, who has more baking experience, on the brownie recipe. However, Mom hasn’t done any baking in a long while so both of us fumbled through the steps. We originally intended for the brownie base to be round, but the round base turned out to be flaky when we used the round cookie cutter to cut through the brownie. We decided to improvise on the spot and cut the brownies into squares instead.

The brownie has a moist, rich chocolate flavor while the strawberries, sweetened by the whipped cream, add a tangy, tart flavour to the brownie.

Brownie Bites

Adapted from Mom’s recipe and Erica’s Sweet Tooth


Butter 100g
Unsweetened chocolate 150g
Cocoa powder 10g

3 eggs (~65g each)
Caster sugar 60g
Rum essence 1 teaspoon

Low protein flour 70g
Baking powder 1 teaspoon

Toppings: Strawberries and fresh whipped cream


  1. Melt (A) with double boiler till the mixture is smooth.
  2. Beat (B) till fluffy.
  3. Add (A) to (B) and mix well.
  4. Add in (C) to the batter and mix well with a rubber spatula.
  5. Preheat oven to 180 degree Celsius and grease 1 7” by 7” square pan. A mini muffin pan would be easier if you do not want to cut the round base on your own.
  6. Pour the batter into the baking pan and bake at 180 degree Celcius for 10 minutes.
  7. Change the oven’s temperature to 160 degree Celcius and bake for an additional 20 minutes.
  8. Let the brownie cool and clean the strawberries.
  9. Cut the brownie base into any shape of your choice. Skip this step if you use a mini muffin pan.
  10. Transfer the whipped cream into a piping bag and pipe a ring on top of the brownie base.
  11. Place the strawberries upside down on the brownie bites and add a small dot of whipped cream on top.

If you would like to save time, you can use brownie mix instead. These easy-to-make Santa hat brownie bites will certainly get your Christmas party guests into the festive mood. More baking adventures with Mom to come!

Catch a Rainbow!


Throwing a Christmas party soon? How about using these cute mini rainbow envelopes to create beautiful party decorations?

Our mini envelopes and customised dessert tags have been featured in Evelyn’s blogpost on her rainbow party recently. Evelyn is a lovely mom of two from Singapore who blogs daily about her life inside and outside of motherhood. Her blog is a pretty interesting read. For great ideas on party decoration, you can visit her blog to see how our items have been featured.

Credits: the bottomsup blog

Credits: Evelyn from the bottomsup blog

Credits: Evelyn from the bottomsup blog

Credits: Evelyn from the bottomsup blog

Credits: Evelyn from the bottomsup blog

You can get the mini rainbow envelopes here. If you like to have customized labels and tags for your party, feel free to contact us via email. We would be more than happy to discuss with you. 🙂

Stay tuned to our blog for upcoming posts on fun ways to celebrate Christmas!