Bounty Bar Cake

Last weekend I was feeling a need for dense chocolate cake and an even greater need not to have to get dressed and buy ingredients or spend ages baking so I remembered this super easy Bounty Bar Cake from the River Cottage Handbook No 8 – Cakes by Pam Corbin. Aside from having the patience andContinue reading “Bounty Bar Cake”

Hot Honey, Lemon & Ginger Drink

Happy new year! Hope 2016 has been kind to everyone so far. Last week my friend Michael asked on Facebook what he should do with  lemon and ginger to help his man flu so thought this hot honey, lemon and ginger recipe might be useful for others too during the winter months. I store theContinue reading “Hot Honey, Lemon & Ginger Drink”

Cornish Sea Salted Caramels

I can’t remember where I found this Donal Skehan recipe for sea salted caramels but glad I took a screen shot of it on my phone as I can’t find it online now. Donal being Irish, the original recipe calls for Irish sea salt but I love the Cornish sea salt so I used thatContinue reading “Cornish Sea Salted Caramels”

Salted Butterscotch Popcorn Cheesecake

This salted butterscotch popcorn cheesecake from Rosie Birkett’s book A Lot On Her Plate must be the showstopper dessert of 2015. I have long wanted to try the recipe and last week whilst recovering from surgery finally gave it a whirl in a pre Christmas trial run. I will definitely be making this for the Christmas nightContinue reading “Salted Butterscotch Popcorn Cheesecake”

Walnut & Coffee Cake with Streusel Topping

So I’m back and mostly unpacked. I could say this amazing cake from Roger Saul’s Spelt cookbook is a seasonal cake arrived just in time for the walnut harvest but sadly I wasn’t that thoughtful. I made and shot this cake a month ago to christen my new kitchen and test out the inherited gasContinue reading “Walnut & Coffee Cake with Streusel Topping”

Peach Melba Squares

Yesterday’s persistant rain was the perfect climate for some lazy baking in the form of these peach melba squares from BBC Good Food’s website. I’ll admit the main motivation was to have something cakey to enjoy with a big mug of tea but I had lots of peaches and raspberries that needed using up andContinue reading “Peach Melba Squares”

Movin’ to the country, gonna eat a lot of peaches

I’ve had this song in my head for a while now. Some of you may remember I was kicked out of my home of 8 and a half years so that my landlord could sell it for double what he bought it for 11 years ago. Tomorrow I will be 8 weeks in on myContinue reading “Movin’ to the country, gonna eat a lot of peaches”

Dairy Free Chocolate Layer Cake

Our houseguest is off backpacking round Europe from Wednesday so I decided to bake her a dairy free chocolate cake this weekend to bid her bon voyage. I used my go to chocolate cake recipe but swapped the milk for goats milk as Amber is just cows milk intollerant but soy or nut milk canContinue reading “Dairy Free Chocolate Layer Cake”

Nectarine & Almond Friands

I feel bad posting these nectarine and almond friands as we have a dairy intolerant houseguest at the moment and she is really struggling to have the willpower to resist. These friands are so light and buttery and looked amazing as I was flicking through an old issue of Waitrose Weekend before relegating it toContinue reading “Nectarine & Almond Friands”

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