Hi, I'm WANGECI .Welcome to my online home where I show you how to cook tasty food and make amazing things for your home

african kaya-kenyan food blogger-top Kenyan food blogger-African food blogger-top African food blogger-Ice crea mrecipe-Ice cresam in Kenya- Kenyan ice cream

The weather  in Nairobi  is all sorts of crazy this month. Isn’t June meant to be cold and gloomy? Shouldn’t we be feeling the need to cuddle up under a blanket with some hot cocoa and watch a movie. Perhaps not leave the said blanket for a whole weekend? I love cold days, when I have nothing else to do but bum.

Continue reading

Best ever chocolate brownies-Best chocolate brownies-kenyan baker-Kenyan food blogger-Kenyan top food blogger-African top food blogger-East African Food blogger-

Let me tell you a story about me and the best chocolate brownies ever. I first made them sometime last year. Random day I was home alone, felt like baking decided to make some brownies. Now let me tell you what happened between me and these brownies that made me swear to never make them again!

Continue reading

oats cookies-two ingredient oat cookies-oatbix-weetabix-recipes with oats-Kenyan food blogger-top kenyan food blogger-african food blogger-Top african food blogger-top african food blog-

Is there anything better than quick, easy, tasty and healthy recipes? Something that indulges your sweet tooth while still giving you some vitamins and fiber? Something that the kids will have fun making? something that’s cheap too and you probably already have the ingredients in your house?

These cookies are super easy to make. Kids always have fun making them. It makes an amazing lunch box snack, a good activity to make your kid do on his own. This is just a winner. 2 ingredients Oats and banana with endless possibilities on flavours; vanilla, cinnamon, choc chip, nuts anything you want you can add in.


The Weekend Project: 2 Ingredient Banana Oat Cookies

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 15 minutes

Total Time: 25 minutes

Yield: 14 to 16


  1. 1 cup oats
  2. 2 bananas
  3. flavourings of your choice (chocolate chips, cinnamon, vanilla, nuts, etc)


Pre heat oven to 180 degrees.

Put the oats and banana in a bowl and mash in the bananas using a fork. It doesn't need to be super smooth. At this point you are done.

If you are adding flavouring mix them in at this point.

Shape into small cookies and place in a cookie sheet. Bake for 15 mins

Eat on the same day. They keep for 3 days but always best on the same day.

Cost 1 cup oats 60 2 bananas 20 Ksh 80 for 14 cookies. Ksh 20 per serving of 3 to 4 cookies