Cheese and Onion & Chive Muffins
Aug30

Cheese and Onion & Chive Muffins

I don’t often bake savoury, obviously I eat normal meals like the next person. But I don’t often share savoury goods on my blog. I really am a girl with a huge sweet tooth, but now and again something will catch my eye and I will want to give it a go. I had been watching an American show on food network and they were making savoury muffins and serving them alongside a main meal. Intrigued I wanted to give it a go and see if I could...

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Sweet Vanilla Pastry Jam Tarts
Aug13

Sweet Vanilla Pastry Jam Tarts

Simple, quick, easy and oh so yummy! I’ve pimped up one of my all time favourite childhood treats; jam tarts have become sweet vanilla pastry jam tarts! These were a real staple of my childhood, cheap, easy and simple to make they made the perfect after school snack. And it also helped that they are so pretty 🙂 To pimp them up I decided to make a sweet vanilla pastry, I love vanilla and I love to see those gorgeous little black flecks...

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Banana Nut and Caramel Muffins
Jul11

Banana Nut and Caramel Muffins

I made these ages ago and because they were so delicious and barely lasted 2 days in my house I never got around to writing a post for these. Then last week I had some overly ripe bananas at home and some more of my salted caramel sauce in the fridge and decided to make them again and actually share the recipe this time. If you are a banana muffin fan and love salted caramel sauce then seriously you must give these a go, they are...

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Skinny Banana and Blueberry muffins
Jun29

Skinny Banana and Blueberry muffins

Lately I have started a real appreciation for muffins; to be honest I’ve always considered them very much an American breakfast staple and not really a British treat. Though in the last few years they are turning up more and more in the shops, sold as afternoon treats. But I think my real appreciation has come from the several American blogs I read on a regular basis. They are always full of really scrumptious looking muffins and I...

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Chocolate and Coffee Loaf
Jun18

Chocolate and Coffee Loaf

For my final cake in my mini chocolate challenge I have decided to fall back on a favourite cookbook of mine. Cake Days by the Hummingbird bakery, I decided to do another loaf cake because I wanted the chocolate to be the main aspect and not buttercream or sprinkles. Don’t worry they will be coming back soon. So this time it is chocolate and coffee loaf, I am a total coffee addict. I drink and eat it as often as I can and coffee and...

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Baked chocolate doughnuts with salted caramel glaze
Jun14

Baked chocolate doughnuts with salted caramel glaze

So onto recipe three of my self imposed chocolate-a-thon. I am definitely coming to appreciate the versatility of chocolate in baking and am going to incorporate it a bit more and try to think of ways to use it imaginatively. So onto this week’s chocolaty treat, I originally baked these a while ago but never got around to posting them on the blog and thought they would fit in perfectly with my current chocolate theme. So these oven...

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Chocolate and banana loaf
Jun10

Chocolate and banana loaf

Another chocolate recipe for my quest to use chocolate more often in my baking, starting last week with my homemade chocolate syrup and continuing with chocolate and banana loaf. The absolute thing I love about this cake is the fact no one could tell it had banana in it. Now let me explain, I bake with banana’s a lot. At least once a week, they are my favourite fruit and I always have huge bunches in the house and I like to eat them...

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Buttermilk Scones 2 Ways Blueberry and Plain
May10

Buttermilk Scones 2 Ways Blueberry and Plain

So Buttermilk Scones 2 Ways blueberry and plain, same scones two different flavours basically, I love blueberries and try to add them to almost anything I can where as my fella is not such a fan. He is a bit boring when it comes to food to be honest, I like to experiment and it can be hard to get him to try things sometimes. So as a compromise I made half of this batch plain and the other half I added blueberries. There are 101 ways...

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