Have you heard of Sugar and Crumbs before? Yes? Then you know exactly what I’m talking about, if No then you really are missing out on their huge range of naturally flavoured icing sugars. A few weeks ago they asked for baking bloggers to get in touch with them to test and review their… Continue reading Jaffa Twist Chocolate Cake- Sugar and Crumbs product review and recipe…
Traditional shortbread never fails to please anyone whether you want a buttery melt in the mouth biscuit, dunking biscuit or just a taste of sugar and butter treat, yes unfortunately it doesn’t do justice to your waist line but I go by the rule of “everything in moderation”. Isn’t it amazing that there are… Continue reading Fennel and Orange Shortbread Biscuits
Do you sometimes fancy dessert but want something that’s refreshing or light? Well I am so excited to share this recipe post with you honestly this biscuit base is to die for, light, melt in the mouth, crumbly mmmmmm so tasty and it’s gluten free. Initially this blog post was going to be purely about… Continue reading Free from Fridays: Gluten free, Egg Free Mini Raspberry and Orange Cheesecakes
So many of us look forward to desserts after a delicious Christmas lunch, what will you be having? Mince pies?, Christmas pudding?, Yule log? so many options aren’t there. Well in our household unfortunately mince pies and christmas pudding don’t get much attention, instead they tend to hide behind other desserts. Every year I tend… Continue reading Christmas Spiced Cranberry, Orange and Carrot Bundt Cake
Wow the title is long but hey that’s what this cake is all about. As it’s National Baking week from 14-20th of October I’m literally going through my list of items in my personal recipe book. To be honest this wasn’t even on that list but I came across a big bag of candied ginger… Continue reading Candied Ginger and Orange Bundt Cake with Saffron Chocolate Ganache
This time of the year I get filled with joy and excitement as from October to November we celebrate a few festivals in our hindu religion. Following on from there we gently lead into Christmas which means more festivities. I love participating in all the joyous occasions as it’s when you get the opportunity to… Continue reading Celebrating Festivals: Cardamom Orange millionare’s
I absolutely adore oranges in baking as it’s a versatile piece of fruit that can be used all year round in any baked dish. In the summer it can be used to make lovely refreshing cakes and desserts and towards the later part of the year it can be mixed with beautiful pungent spices to bring… Continue reading Chins Chocolate Orange Cake
My 6 year old son inspired me to bake this delicious cake after he brought home a bag full of home grown carrots he picked from my parents garden. Nothing quite beats home grown fruit and vegetables and I must say the carrots taste so delicious. To complement the carrots I decided to add apples and… Continue reading Spiced Carrot and Apple Loaf with Orange Drizzle.