This Truffle Honey Cake is dark, moist, and has the most intoxicating aroma you could imagine…
This Honey Cake has a really delicious, distinctive flavour. This is a recipe where the honey truly takes centre stage!
These Chocolate Birds Nests have just 3 ingredients and can be knocked up really quickly. They’re perfect for getting the kids involved in this last minute Easter treat.
These blueberry “muffins” are really blueberry cupcakes, but are easy and delicious. Well worth a try!
Cranberry Sauce is so easy to make, using just 3 ingredients – cranberries, sugar and water. Try swapping the port with water and adding some cinnamon for a festive kick.
This festive loaf cake takes two traditional ingredients and combines them into something new and delicious. A great alternative to Christmas Cake!
A crème brûlée is in simple terms a ramekin filled with a set custard, topped with a layer of sugar which is then burnt (“brûlée”) to a crispy caramel using either a blowtorch or the grill. This one adds spices and rum to increase the festive spirit.
This cake – shaped like a ring of Christmas trees – is bound to turn heads and impress any guests over the Holiday period. It’s deliciously moist and full of seasonal flavour!
Lemon Meringue Pie. Who doesn’t love that, with the combination of sticky creaminess and sharp lemon tang? Lemon Meringue Pie is a classic dessert which is bound to go down a storm at Christmas dinners with all the family.
When I was young my father used to take us along the side of a disused railway track not too far from the terraced house where we lived. The experience stuck in my head; we were collecting our own food and it was delicious, messy and fun.