Cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg are all beautiful, warming spices. They go hand in hand with winter in my opinion and I love adding them to bakes that just ooze comfort. Added to these scones which are then iced with vanilla icing, this is sheer pleasure on your palate. Ingredients 250g Plain Flour 1½ tsp Baking… Continue reading Lightly Spiced Iced Scones
Love it or loathe it, Elf on the Shelf has become a huge phenomenon. If like me, you were daft enough to jump aboard the Elf train, this is the time you may (or may not) wonder occasionally; ‘What will I do with that feckin’ Elf this year?’ With that in mind, I have compiled… Continue reading Elf on the Shelf…..Guess Who’s Back!
Energy Balls! That’s what I’m talking about. I make energy balls almost every week, mostly nut free so they can go in the lunch boxes for school. These ones do contain nuts however but it’s Christmas & that means pecans, one of my favourite nuts. These are a food processor job and the mixture makes… Continue reading Christmas Balls!
I wouldn’t normally be gracing your screens with a festive themed post this early in the year, however, last year I was far from organised so this year will be different. The 15th of September marks the 100 day countdown to the big day, so on that day I am going to sit down with… Continue reading 100 Days!
These festive cupcakes are adapted from my basic cupcake recipe. They are so delicious and a nice variation on the must have which is of course, mince pies! I’ve topped these with a clementine buttercream, I have previously topped them with both lemon & vanilla which are equally as nice. Presented in a lovely festive cupcake… Continue reading Festive Cupcakes