Sticky Gingerbread
Oct16

Sticky Gingerbread

I love a good sticky gingerbread; there is something so comforting about it. When I visit my mum and dad I am always hopeful she has made her gingerbread for me and rarely am I disappointed. This recipe is a tweaked version of my mums cake, not that it needed tweaking but I had a jar of molasses I needed to use up and molasses goes well in ginger cake, makes it that little bit stickier. There are a few things I love about this...

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Blackberry and Apple Crumb Bars
Oct03

Blackberry and Apple Crumb Bars

I’ve been taking full advantage of what this season has to offer; I love autumn for all its harvest goodness. Spring and summer have amazing treats but autumn has the biggest variety of things to choose from. At the moment blackberries and apples are bountiful, the hedgerows are bursting with both of these wonderful items. You don’t have to go foraging, as your local supermarket shelves will be overflowing with these products at the...

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Millionaires Caramel Shortcake
Sep11

Millionaires Caramel Shortcake

I know my last post was heavy on the caramel as well but hey its caramel, who doesn’t love caramel? And in my book the more the better! Ages ago I made Millionaires Cheesecake as a take on the classic chocolaty caramel treat but recently I fancied a slice of the real deal.                 Of course I had to bling it up a little, by using dark, milk and white chocolate for the topping but essentially I have stuck to a classic...

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Fruity Scottish Flapjacks
Jul30

Fruity Scottish Flapjacks

I though it was about time to do another Scottish recipe, as it’s been a while since my last Scottish baking adventure. And in the spirit of trying as many of the Scottish baking treats as possible I thought I should go for a classic. Flapjacks with a small twist making them fruity Scottish flapjacks instead 🙂 These are a yummy sweet chewy treat that is packed full of oats and sultanas and there is even a small hint of ginger in them....

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Hedge Combers Carrot Cake
Jul19

Hedge Combers Carrot Cake

My obsession with all things banana is well known, my obsession with peanut butter is also pretty well known but one obsession that is not well know is that, yes I am a carrot cake snob! There I have said it. I’m really picky about carrot cake, I love it and adore it but I’m fussy as anything about it, the amount of times I have had to suffer the injustice of eating a dry, sawdust texture carrot cake is unbelievable. Hence why I now...

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Oaty Crumbles
May29

Oaty Crumbles

I have been living in Scotland now for around 6 years and to be honest I have still not really gotten used to 2 things, the weather (its just so cold and miserable most of the time) and the food. It’s very much meat, potatoes and a side of vegetables. Being a vegetarian this does not really appeal to me, mince, haggis, scotch / macaroni / bean pies 🙁 as lovely as I’m sure they are they are definitely not for me. My partner is always...

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Ginger Slices
May16

Ginger Slices

If you are a fan of ginger than you are going to love these ginger slices. Every bite is full of fiery ginger, the base is crumbly and the topping is smooth, sweet and spicy! I love ginger as a flavour and so does my fella, he is a massive fan and loves it in almost anything so I am always on the look out for new and interesting ways to use it. That’s when I spotted this recipe in ‘Love Baking’ magazine and knew I had to try it.      ...

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