If like me, you love cinnamon rolls, you are very likely to love these little biscuits. The vanilla biscuit with a cinnamon and light muscovado sugar centre, gives them a great flavour. And in true Cinnamon Roll style, they are drizzled with sweet, gooey icing, which just sets them off.
Simnel Cake has become a traditional Easter cake. The cake is full of fruit and spice, which gives a lovely moist cake, packed full of flavour. A layer of marzipan through the centre and the decoration on top, gives the Simnel cake its traditional taste. The balls on the top represent the eleven apostles so the number of balls is significant to this cake.
This all-in-one Victoria Sponge recipe is one of the quickest and simplest recipes around. The method takes away the hassle of creaming and ensures success every time. Plus it always produces really thick sponge layers which makes it look very appealing.
I was really pleased when I found this recipe for these brownies, which are really soft and squidgy. The added chunks of milk and white chocolate make them feel that bit more indulgent and satisfying.
These simple muffins are light and fluffy and packed full of blueberries. The recipe uses vanilla and almond essence which gives a great flavour. The sugar crust on the top gives it a sweet crunch and compliments the soft inside really well.
This is my go-to lemon cake, I’ve always been able to rely on this recipe to produce a lovely soft sponge and a really nice strong lemon flavour. It’s so quick and easy to make and it keeps well for at least five days.
This is the best carrot cake recipe I have baked. It gives such a light and bouncy sponge which is packed full of warming flavours. The cream cheese frosting and sprinkling of pecans gives it a luxurious finish. If you are a fan of carrot cake you are sure to love this easy recipe.
In this blog I share what pacing is, my experiences and frustrations of having to do it and why I have to admit (through gritted teeth) that pacing is so dam important. I hope it helps anyone who is struggling with pain.
This light and tasty traybake provides a buttery and fluffy sponge. The combination of cinnamon and sugar gives a nice sweet flavour and the pecan topping gives a subtle nutty crunch.
The Nutella and Banana in these muffins go really well together and they are incredibly moreish. Great for using up ripe bananas and also a good recipe for baking with children.