Chocolate Rolo Cookies
Apr03

Chocolate Rolo Cookies

It’s the time of year when chocolate is everywhere, tempting us as we do our grocery shopping, tempting us from our TV’s and shouting out at us from our radios! So instead of trying to ignore it this year I have decided to go down the route of embracing it and instead of scoffing down giant chocolate eggs this year I am going to be scoffing down a giant plate of these chocolate rolo cookies and I invite you to join me 😀 Cookie Science...

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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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Lemon and Poppy seed Cake
Mar24

Lemon and Poppy seed Cake

Spring is in the air and Mother’s day is fast approaching (well here in the UK it is anyway).  So I wanted to make a cake that was all about spring flavours something fresh and light and something that was just perfect for afternoon tea for Mothers day. So I thought I would share one of my mum’s recipes. And this is a lovely zesty cake that will hit the spot for everyone’s mum. Family Recipe As I previously mentioned this is my mum’s...

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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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Pink Peppercorn and Basil Breadsticks
Mar12

Pink Peppercorn and Basil Breadsticks

After all the indulgence of my last post I wanted to attempt something savoury with a little bit of a challenge to it. I also wanted to delve further into the world of bread making. It’s only really since I have started this blog that I have braved the world of bread. Attempts before my blog were less than desirable but slowly I have been gaining confidence in homemade bread. I am still a little shy at creating my own bread recipes...

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Banana Maple Cake with Salted Caramel Swirl
Mar07

Banana Maple Cake with Salted Caramel Swirl

I had it in my head that I wanted banana, maple syrup and salted caramel all wrapped up in a cake. To make sure the cake wasn’t tooth achingly sweet I took out a lot of the refined sugars because maple syrup is a liquid sugar, banana’s bring their own sweetness to the party and salted caramel is pure sugary goodness 😀 Too up the salted caramel even more I made a smooth rich salted caramel buttercream and drizzled even more caramel...

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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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First Year Blogaversary
Feb22

First Year Blogaversary

1 year ago today I posted my first blog post, malted chocolate cupcakes and I started a journey that at times has been difficult and a little bit stressful but also hugely rewarding and lots and lots of fun. I have made some really wonderful Internet friends who run their own amazing blogs and some who just love food. It can at times be really hard work running a blog, especially when you have a job that takes you away from home and...

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