Author: Medha

S’mores Creme Cup

S’mores is one of my favorite summertime desserts. I love having bonfires with my friends at midnight and telling embarrassing stories of each other while munching on gooey marshmallow and chocolate goodness. Luckily for you, I have created an easier and less messy way of eating S’mores that you can […]

Baked Jalapeno Mac & Cheese

In my 17 months of food blogging, this is the first recipe I have posted that is savory and socially acceptable to eat at lunch or dinner. I mean you could eat Pistachio & Chocolate Cream Tarts for dinner buut you do need to eat your vegetables. This baked jalapeno […]

Reese’s Peanut Butter & Pumpkin Pie Cups

This past week the news has been quite upsetting and frustrating. Everyday I have opened my phone with headlines of shootings all across the US. Like others, I’m sick and tired of waking up to shootings and wish to have this violence stopped at once. I can only hope and […]

Pistachio & Chocolate Cream Tart

Quick & easy tart for the summer? YES please! This cream tart uses only 4 ingredients plus it’s raw vegan! (No baking = no mishaps in the kitchen)                 Pistachio & Chocolate Cream Tart (Vegan & Gluten Free) 1 cup dates 1 cup […]

Restaurant Review: Pasha

In early April, my family and I had the chance to dine at Pasha, a authentic Turkish restaurant in Toronto. In the past several years, I have found it hard to find authentic Mediterranean and Middle Eastern food at a good price. Luckily Pasha serves delicious food at a decent […]

Italian Chocolate Ricotta Cake

Hello MedhaCooks readers! It has been a long time since I have posted a new recipe since this past month I had 6 exams to take and I finished school. Now that I am finally finished with school I can spend more time creating new recipes and working with Sarah […]

Key Lime + Chocolate Pudding

This past December when I visited Fort Meyers, I stopped by the famous Sun Harvest Citrus to buy oranges. While I was there, they were selling key lime & chocolate soft serves, which sounds like a weird combination of flavors, but it tasted really good! When I came back home, […]

Kheer: Indian Rice Pudding

Kheer is a dessert that is made during any religious Hindu holiday or any day of the year. Both Hindus & Muslims in India enjoy this delicious dessert which is very easy to make. My mom uses the 1:1:5 ratio for rice: sugar: milk. This ratio works everytime & even […]

Vegan Nutella Mugcake

If you personally know me, you would know that I have a huge obsession with Nutella. I actually prefer Nutella over peanut butter, which is crazy because I’m also in love with peanut butter. This Mugcake does not have the same texture as a traditional cake would. It’s spongy & […]

French Crepes

Over the weekend I learned how to make the perfect crepes! For the the past 4 years, I’ve been trying to recreate the crepes that I ate in Paris in Spring of 2012. Luckily I had a real French lady help me! Thank you Déotille! 😘 There is a special, […]