This was the birthday bake of request from my youngest, Fin, just recently. Lots of you asked for the recipe so of course here it is. Whilst not strictly baking, I’m sure you’ll forgive me! I’m including instructions to make the toffee layer from sugar/butter and cream so you don’t have to use condensed milk if you don’t want to.
Not so much a recipe, more a gathering together of things!
(No panic, there’s a recipe coming tomorrow too)
These pears decided not to let apples have all the fun this Bonfire night and jumped onto sticks too! Of course if you’re after a traditional caramel toffee apple recipe then I can help with that too – just see the recipe here.
These are one of the first things I ever remember baking – they’re super easy for the kids to do and blooming lovely to eat of course too!
Simple ingredients, quickly whipped up into fabulous treats, what more could you want?
Always good to have a quick rainy afternoon activity so here’s my top 3 recipes for the kids to have a crack at!
(Click on the title to take you to the recipe)
Chocolate Chip Cookies – who’d say no to one of these?
I know I’ve done flapjack before but this one is a bit different, its a thick buttery fudgy type bar flapjack, like you might pick up when you’re out and about. Great big slabs of flapjack with a good old layer of chocolate on the top.
Who wants to dive in head first?
You don’t just have to bake cakes in the your Giant Cupcake Tin – time to get them out from languishing in the back of the cupboard and put them to some inventive uses.
Lots of fun, bright and breezy and no complicated bits and pieces required. The only trouble is they can get eaten up faster than you can make them!
They can be done with all sorts of sweeties – I’ve used Smarties here, I ate the skittles before I had chance to use them
You will need: