Apple Pear and Pumpkin Skillet Pie
Nov11

Apple Pear and Pumpkin Skillet Pie

As I previously mentioned in my skillet pumpkin cornbread post I have not long acquired my cast iron skillet and I already love it. It’s such a versatile piece of kitchen equipment, it may be expensive but I definitely feel it’s worth its weight in gold. And its really great for making pies, because it heats so evenly I have found it really helps you stop getting the dreaded pie soggy bottom! It cooked this apple pear and pumpkin...

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Slow Cooker Pumpkin Pie Rice Pudding
Oct10

Slow Cooker Pumpkin Pie Rice Pudding

A few weeks ago I shared a recipe for homemade pumpkin pie spice with you guys, mainly for the British bakers out there as we can’t buy it in the UK. And I promised you more recipes using this lovely spice first there was my pumpkin pie spice apple chips and now I’m sharing this amazing slow cooker pumpkin pie rice pudding. Slow Cooker As I mentioned before in my post slow cooker butterscotch fondue I don’t really know why I bought a...

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Cinnamon Sugar Coated Sweet Potato Fries
Oct07

Cinnamon Sugar Coated Sweet Potato Fries

When I saw these on Sally’s Baking Addiction Blog I was immediately excited as I knew I had to try them. I love sweet potatoes and the idea of having them as a dessert just blew my mind and as anyone who is a regular reader here knows I am cinnamon obsessed. I had to try these cinnamon sugar coated sweet potato fries immediately. Sweet Potatoes I love, love, love sweet potatoes. Roasted, baked, mashed sweet or savoury I love them. And...

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Strawberries in Rosè Syrup with Sweet Goats Cheese
Jul25

Strawberries in Rosè Syrup with Sweet Goats Cheese

Sweet strawberries in a lovely summer floral syrup and topped with a sweetened goats cheese makes this the perfect summer dessert to share with your someone special. Strawberries in Rosè Syrup with Sweet Goats Cheese makes a lovely summer dessert. Strawberries Most of us love strawberries, they are at their peak in summer and they are cheap and in abundance making them perfect for summer desserts. This is a really simple no bake...

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Homemade Strawberry Banana Ice Cream
Jul08

Homemade Strawberry Banana Ice Cream

With the weather really starting to hot up now I am putting my ice cream maker into overdrive! I made this recipe and it was devoured so quickly I had to make it again so I could grab a few shots before we tucked into the next batch of this rich and creamy fresh homemade strawberry banana ice cream. Fruity Madness I originally set out to make a fresh strawberry ice cream. But I had a couple of overly ripe banana’s staring at me...

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Easy Mango Sorbet
Jun10

Easy Mango Sorbet

I adore ice cream, ice lollies and almost any frozen treat, but sorbet will always have a special place for me. It’s super fruity and oh so refreshing and with the hotter days arriving what better way to end a meal then with a lovely refreshing fruity sorbet, and to me mango’s scream out summer. Also let’s face it I love a kitchen short cut, an easy way to do things makes mine and you lives easier, so I am going to...

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Rhubarb Apple and Strawberry Pie
May20

Rhubarb Apple and Strawberry Pie

I am a complete and utter fruit-aholic, I am always trying to find new and fun ways to enjoy fruit especially in my baking. I have made a couple of fruit inspired recipes you can check them out here {winter exotic fruit pie}, here {apple and cranberry pie} and here {rhubarb streusel muffins}, and here {honey baked apples} to name just a few. But onto today’s lovely fruity recipe which I know you are going to love 😀 Rhubarb apple and...

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Homemade Cookies and Cream Ice Cream
Mar29

Homemade Cookies and Cream Ice Cream

I couldn’t wait any longer to share this recipe with you, I know the warm whether is only just starting to peak through the dense winter but this recipe is just to good to hold on to any longer. Homemade cookies and cream ice cream… heaven in a bowl! Special Equipment Normally I like to bring you recipes that require no special equipment or any ingredient that is too random and far too hard to find. Last year I gave you my No Churn...

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