Rock Cakes A British Childhood Classic
Jun05

Rock Cakes A British Childhood Classic

As the title of this post suggests Rock Cakes are a British childhood classic! They are super simple to make, sweet, buttery, crumbly and fruity and just perfect with a cup of tea.         I’m just going to take a second or two to acknowledge the lives that were lost and affected by the recent attacks in Manchester and London. I love both cities dearly and I have amazing memories of both. Still having friends and family in...

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Gluten Free Vegan Apple Pear Crisp
Nov14

Gluten Free Vegan Apple Pear Crisp

Scotland is so cold, I have had to dig out all my gloves, hats and scarves just to try and stay warm on my way to work in the morning. The frost has already landed and snow has been predicted to arrive soon. And cold weather means one thing, warm comforting desserts are now on the table and this Gluten Free Vegan Apple Pear Crisp is an easy tasty one to have.           Baby its cold outside… Its not only Scotland that is being...

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Easy Overnight Cream Cheese French Toast Bake
Jul24

Easy Overnight Cream Cheese French Toast Bake

As of late I have been a little obsessed with all kinds of breakfast foods and it is probably the fastest growing section of my blog. And when I saw these amazing breakfast bakes from Kelly over at her lovely blog Life Made Sweeter, I knew I had to try it out. And this Easy Overnight Cream Cheese French Toast Bake is completely inspired by her amazing recipes. Thanks Kelly 😀     So why do I love this recipe so much? Well it’s...

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Nutella and Peanut Butter Club Sandwich
Feb05

Nutella and Peanut Butter Club Sandwich

It’s Peanut Butter Bash time again! Unfortunately this is the last one for a while for me because of work commitments but be sure to check out the group because the girls have some great combinations up their sleeves for the next few months. And I will be back in a few months time. Peanut Butter Bash I hear you ask? Its a lovely group of bloggers who each month make a sweet treat using peanut butter and a mystery ingredient....

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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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Chai Tea Fruit Loaf
Mar18

Chai Tea Fruit Loaf

This week I have another recipe from my 2014 food predictions list and its one I am really excited to share with you, Chai Tea Fruit Loaf! This lovely fragrant tea loaf was wonderful fresh out of the oven and lovely the next morning as toast for breakfast and it made an amazing afternoon pick-me-up! From the moment it came out of the oven in the morning I couldn’t stop going back to it all day and into most of the evening. I had...

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Dark Chocolate Star Anise and Pear Spring Rolls
Feb26

Dark Chocolate Star Anise and Pear Spring Rolls

I wanted to try another ingredient from my 2014 Food Trends article. This time I wanted to use Asian influence in my baking. My spice cupboard is overflowing but they are usually used is savoury dishes, not sweet ones. To change that I came up with this lovely dish of Dark Chocolate Star Anise and Pear Spring Rolls I have an abundance of Star Anise at the moment due to the fact on my last visit out to Dubai I spent a lot of time in...

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Homemade Sweet Mincemeat
Nov28

Homemade Sweet Mincemeat

With Christmas fast approaching it’s time to get things organised and for me that means making my own sweet mincemeat. Don’t get me wrong it’s not hugely expensive to buy ready made but as always the homemade stuff is always better. You know what’s in the jar because you put it there and it always tastes better. Also as another point for me, I can make mine 100% vegetarian 😀 which is always a good thing. Traditionally mincemeat...

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