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This ALWAYS goes down well at work! I used Nigella’s recipe from her book ‘Nigella Express’. They are fairly easy to make as they only have a few ingredients; butter, chocolate, golden syrup, rich tea biscuits and marshmallows. They look … Continue reading
I made these coffee and walnut biscuits for my Mum for Mother’s Day. They are light and crispy. I used letter stamps (you can buy them from Lakeland) to stamp ‘Happy Mothers Day’ on the larger biscuits.
These millionaire shortbreads are most of my friends’ favourite! I’m still perfecting the caramel so it sets better but managed to make them look a lot better by using a warm knife to cut the slices so the chocolate doesn’t … Continue reading
Whilst reading though the Christmas food magazines at my parents over the holidays I found the perfect recipe to use up the black treacle & glacé ginger I had left over from making my Christmas cake! Let’s hope it tastes … Continue reading
So here is the latest of the Christmas baking. I used a different one to the usual which has ground almonds I the pastry and used this pastry recipe and the mincemeat that my Dad had made: http://www.kentishtowner.co.uk/2014/12/16/hate-mince-pies-try-baking-little-beauties/ I topped … Continue reading
So here is the Christmas cake I made a few weeks ago. I followed this recipe that seemed work pretty well: http://www.bakingmad.com/foolproof-christmas-cake-recipe/ I’ve been feeding it with Cointreau which had given it a nice orangey-taste! It’s finished off with a … Continue reading
So as a change from cupcakes I decided to make some rocky road slices. They’re from the Hummingbird bakery cookbook which as you know is the best one I’ve found as the recipes are so reliable in that they always … Continue reading
So, to carry on the theme of Maltesers from last week, they feature again in today’s baking. (also they are on offer in the supermarket, which is quite handy!) It’s probably not the best of weather to make something which … Continue reading
These chocolate chip cookies are another favourite from the Hummingbird Recipe book. Take your pick from milk chocolate or white chocolate chip!