A short recipe free interlude……

So 2014 has been pretty rubbish so far and last weekend, just as I had eggs and butter coming to room temperature for a baked blog post to get back into the swing of posting regularly again, I decided to put a wash on before commencing baking. Only I bent down and couldn’t get backContinue reading “A short recipe free interlude……”

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Possibly the Best Buttery Sultana Flapjacks

After chatting with my cousin last month regarding his flapjack disasters, he reminded me how tricky I found flapjacks when I was tasked with making them for the first time for the stall I baked for. I think it took me 5 attempts to end up with the following recipe and I learnt the hardContinue reading “Possibly the Best Buttery Sultana Flapjacks”

Sticky Toffee Pudding

Apologies for the lack of posts so far this year, my mum has been extremely unwell since Christmas and I’m not sure when I will be posting regularly again as I am still in Cornwall. To tide you all over until normal service is resumed, here is the Sticky Toffee Pudding recipe I was savingContinue reading “Sticky Toffee Pudding”

Danish Rum Balls (Romkugler)

These Romkugler are not rum truffles in the conventional sense, I guess they are most likely the original cake pop. Created by Danish bakers as a way to use up left over cake, this recipe uses porridge oats instead of cake but you can substitute the oats for cake for a more authentic rum ball.Continue reading “Danish Rum Balls (Romkugler)”

Incredibly Tasty Mince Pies

I have adapted the pastry from this BBC Good Food recipe ‘Unbelievably Easy Mince Pies’ by adding some egg to make it possible to roll out. It is a very short sweet pastry but it is very forgiving. If you have problems with pastry, my method does require some patience when rolling out as itContinue reading “Incredibly Tasty Mince Pies”

Chocolate and Mulled Cider Cake

As soon as I spotted this recipe for chocolate and mulled cider cake by Will Torrent in the December issue of Jamie Magazine, I knew I was going to have to give it a try. It would make a great alternative to christmas pudding and has the wow factor in both looks and taste. ItContinue reading “Chocolate and Mulled Cider Cake”

Boozy Cider and Brandy Mincemeat

Jars at the ready it’s another Christmas jarring recipe……I have scoured the recipe land in search of the perfect mincemeat and a few years ago think I found it! After trying various traditional suet mincemeats, baked mincemeats and veggie mincemeats, Hettie Potter’s suet-free mincemeat from Nigella Lawson’s How to be a Domestic Goddess has gotContinue reading “Boozy Cider and Brandy Mincemeat”

Caramelised Red Onion Chutney

Of all the chutneys I make at Christmas time this caramelised red onion chutney is the one that people are still talking about in summer, so much so that I have had to start making a mid year batch to tide people over, myself included! Aside from pairing it with cold meats or a cheeseContinue reading “Caramelised Red Onion Chutney”

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