Blender Oats Cake


Sometimes the simpliest things blows your mind away.

Try this blendar oats cake and thank me later, i swear you will track me down 😂😂😂😂

• 2 cups oats
• 1 cup greek yougurt •  2 eggs
•  Salt
•  1 1/2 tsp baking soda
•  You can add 1 tablespoon  honey
•  Add banana if you wish •  All spice season or cinnamon

Blend in blender until mixed
Add chocolate chips (if you wish)
Bake in a loaf pan at 180 degrees till done

Enjoy 😋😋😋😋😋😋


Sometimes the simpliest things blows your mind away.

Try this blendar oats cake and thank me later, i swear you will track me down 😂😂😂😂

• 2 cups oats
• 1 cup greek yougurt •  2 eggs
•  Salt
•  1 1/2 tsp baking soda
•  You can add 1 tablespoon  honey
•  Add banana if you wish •  All spice season or cinnamon

Blend in blender until mixed
Add chocolate chips (if you wish)
Bake in a loaf pan at 180 degrees till done

Enjoy 😋😋😋😋😋😋

Koobi Egg Stew


Egg stew is one of the simplest stews ever to be made. It so easy, you don’t even need to prep.  Whilst at home, waiting for my family today, I began to crave egg stew and of course  with koobi (salted dried fish)

My grandpa just sent me a load of cocoyam from his farm so I had mine with boiled cocoyam and it was….AMAZING BALLS. Shaking my head, Chaiiii! !! When food is that good.



4 meduim sliced tomatoes
2 medium sliced onions
2 small sized koobi
1 tbsp red pepper powder or fresh pepper
1 tsp rosemary
2 eggs
1 tbsp oil
Pinch of salt

Recipe (serves 2)

1. Soak koobi in water to remove excess salt and soften it.

2. Add your oil, sliced onions,tomatoes,  pepper,rosemary in a frying pan on medium heat.

3. Stir until tomatoes begin to soften and add koobi.

4. Taste to check salt, if not enough, add your salt and continue to stir


5. Slowly add  your eggs and cover.  Reduce heat.

6. Remove lid and stir. ….stew is ready to eat.

Enjoy with boiled cocoyam, plantain or rice.


Chicken light soup


Chicken light soup is Sunday’s delight. It is that soup that you can smell from afar and tell your friends you have to go home.

That soup that will make you not want to send your friends home.

Try my simple chicken light soup and you will love it. It is easy and uses only fresh ingredients and no puree…. (I never said tomatoe puree isn’t good)

I steam the chicken with salted beef because I love salt and it helps to bring out all the flavours without trying too hard or adding too much

1 pound cut chicken
3 fresh whole tomatoes
1 large onion
2 cups water
1 small cube of tolobeef (salted beef)
4 tablespoon fresh or dry pepper
4 fresh cloves (in every market)
Fresh ginger and garlic paste /powder
Fresh chopped parsley (optional)
2 Maggi boullion


1. Marinate chicken with fresh ginger,garlic,parsley and one Maggi cube.
2. Marinate for 30 minutes
3. Bring chicken and marinate, add 1/2 cup water to steam. Add your salted beef, fresh tomatoe,onions and pepper.

4. When nicely steamed, more water to boil for 35 minutes.
5. Take out your vegetables, blend, sieve and drain back into the soup,add your Maggi boullion,cloves and allow to simmer.

Note: you can add plantain or yam into your soup to cook as seen in the picture above.


Indomie Egg stir fry


I am not a huge fan of indomie, but the few times I ate it, I realized I prefer it dry like the consistency of fried rice and not with all the sardine and bake beans people prepare it with.

When I make and eat indomie, it really means there is nothing else in my fridge, absolutely nothing.

I made this egg stir fry and I did enjoy it and I really hope you do too, after all we can’t waste several minutes of our time on badly cooked indomie 😂😂😂😂😂

If you are not an indomie fan like me,try this you will actually like this. It. Simple, not too spicy and not soggy!!!

Ingredients ( serves 2)

2 packs indomie cooked

2 medium sized eggs

2 medium sized chopped carrots 

1 medium sized chopped green pepper

1/4 diced onions

2 cloves minced garlic

Frying oil 

1 Maggi bouillon (adjust to suit taste)

Drops of Worcester sauce ( you can use soy sauce) 

1/4 tsb of dry red pepper ( you can add chopped fresh pepper)


Heat your oil an pour in your eggs, stir to make scrambled eggs

Pour into the eggs, your garlic, onion, red powdered pepper, carrot and green pepper

Season with your Maggi cube and your worchestire sauce. Stir until vegetable are soft 

Pour in your cooked indomie and stir till combined. Let it cook a bit to et some crunchiness.

Serve and eat with shito not sauce of your choice, and thank me later 😂😂

Oh if you dont know indomie, don’t panic. It’s jut a noddle brand. This is not a sponsored post


Bofrot is the angel of the morning,period!!! The long queues at the bofrot place each morning is a testimony. Ok so if you don’t bofrot,then here it goes! 

Bofrot is a cousin to doughnut and bread. Sweet and yeasty,it is fried in lots of oil to give it its golden brown color (if you hate oil,stop reading please) 

It has lots of relatives, toogbe and clan, but bofrot is the most popular celebrity in the family. My favorite people in the world,Nigerians call it puff puff (yes it sounds like a cartoon name) 

I tried this recipe just a bit differently but it worked so here it goes ; 


3 cups of all purpose flour

1/4 cup sugar 

1 pack yeast (10g) (1 tsp )

1 tsp baking powder

1/2 milk


2 tsp nutmeg ( I love it) 


Big bowl with hot water 

Oil for frying


Recipe (makes 5 medium sized balls) 

Pour your flour in a dry clean bowl

Add your yeast,salt,nutmeg,Baking powder, sugar and stir 

Crack in your egg, milk and mix 

Put your bowl in the bowl of warm water and cover for 5 mins 

Stir and get ready to fry

If you are not good with the hand techique, use an ice cream scoop and carefully put it in the hot oil to fry.

Fill the oil with more batter, it allows the balls to float on to top of the oil (it’s science,I can’t explain)

Continuously check on the Brofrot as it fries pretty fast.

When done, remove and drain.

This is a standard recipe, but lots of ‘jazz’ can be added to it . 

Enjoy with roasted groundnuts, Kooko or coke 😜😜


Turmeric Groundnut Soup 

So I crave all sorts of things when I am home. From pancakes to soft cakes, ice cream and yes yes, I have to stopped there. Oh just so you know, I crave fufu too, on special days. Fufu is celebratory food for me, I eat it when I have a feeling that my million dollar check its on its way, (and it never comes after I eat it) 
It’s hard for me to eat fufu with soup that’s not good, it hurts me. It makes me feel heart broken. Eating with bad soup is wasting minutes of your life you will never get back, anyway back to the reason for the post. 

I made groundnut soup this weekend in my rice cooker and added a dust of tumeric (it’s a powdery spice). The spice makes the soup unforgettable like your first love. It leaves your fingers smelling spicy all day through, remember that goat soup???, yes please!!!! 😂😂😂😂  forget about me, find below the recipe 


Half tomatoe

1 big onion bulb

Handful of pepper

Meat of your choice 


A cup of groundnut paste 

A tsp tomatoe purée 

A tsp blended garlic and ginger

Sprinkle of tumeric

Enough water to cover the ingredients


Mash the groundnut paste in water and pass through a fine sieve

Put all ingredients in the rice cooker or pot and cook until bubbling.

Add your tumeric sprinkle 

Take out the pepper,tomatoe, onion and blend. Pass blend through a fine sieve and pour into soup

Stir and allow to how simple is this!! 😘😘

Enjoy with fufu or boiled rice


I am so ashamed of myself, yes I know I have apologized a couple of times but this time, I really mean it.

This is my first 2015 post and definitely not the last. After I lost my phone and camera, it’s been hard to keep up.

So #fitfam is trending and for the wrong and right reasons. Most people want to be healthy these days which is good but social media allows people to jogg for a minute , take pictures of someone’s plate of salad and #fitfam. Oh, please don’t say yes, you also do it. 

But truly, keeping fit should actually be second on our goals , first is knowing God, somebody say ‘Amen’ (back to focus, Jay) being fit is a great present to ourselves, having stamina is the best form your body can be in. But please don’t go to the gym and come home to four balls of kenkey and one small fish. 🙈 . We must eat right, we must learn to have a balance between carbohydrates, proteins and others (I don’t remember them). 

Excercise!!!! Excercise is a lifestyle and recently ‘fashion’ on social media. People film themselves walking to their car and #fitfam. My friend, it is not excercise until you feel like God is testing you (quote by Sharon Mills)

I have joined the obolo movement to eat and excercise, so go on to Instagram and follow (obolo diaries), you will thank me later. It’s an account by a gentleman who documents his efforts in an attempt to get fit, it’s relatable and real. Well, truthfully I have only one reason for joining, to squat and get buttocks like Joselyn Dumas and I am serious!!, she knows it, ask @thinkmahogany

I wrote all this to tell you eat right and excercise, now that’s a killer comeback!! ( how daft!) 😏😏😏 

 This is a picture of Kontomire frittata I made days ago, I will talk about eating right and spending less soon.  xxx

Baked Eggs


Baked eggs have gradually become one of my favorite things, well because I do not have to stand by it to fry…hahaha…no, that’s not true. I always knew the recipe but really never thought it was worthy enough to share until I posted it to instagram and people wanted to try it …. It’s such a free spirited recipe that you can add anything you want in your regular egg….the only difference is, it’s BAKED!! So here you go


Serves                     1 person

Prep time                 3 minutes

Cook time                 2 minutes or more

Total time                 5 minutes

Meal                           Breakfast


2 medium sized eggs

1 tsp. olive oil /cooking oil (For frying pan or brushing muffin tins)

Minced onions

4 fresh basil

Pinch of salt

2 whole cherry tomatoes (You can use normal tomatoes)

½ tsp. crushed white and black pepper

½ red pepper for y Ghanaian palette


Cracks eggs into frying pan with oil (You can use a ramekin)

Lay basil leaves and tomatoes on top

Sprinkle with peppers and salt

Bake eggs at 180 degrees

For 2 minutes or more depending on how you want your eggs