Honey Baked Apples
Jan20

Honey Baked Apples

This is a very old fashioned British dessert. Some serve it with ice cream but more traditionally you will see it served with custard, while I am a fan of both of these things I wanted to tweak mine a little so I would have enough juices without having to add anything to it in the end. By doing this I have made this a far more healthier option for you and me 😀 and a healthy dessert is always a good thing. The beauty of this dessert is...

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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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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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