Last of my recipes to share with you before I go into full on Christmas mode with The Pink Whisk 12 Days of Christmas Recipes – and this one’s a corker!… Read more...
This has to be my new all time favourite cake, and believe me it takes a good deal to get to that top spot! Delicious pumpkin and chocolate chip cake, with a cream cheese maple icing and caramelised pecans what’s not to love?!… Read more...
It’s not often I get to bake something a little bit different from the norm but these two #StorkTwist recipes delivered it in bucket loads.
First up a Chocolate Amaretto Schichttorte – the method looks a little daunting, baked in layers under the grill but I have to say I loved baking it and loved eating it too!… Read more...
Who loves a Toffee Pecan Meringue Roulade at Christmas?
This is the perfect dessert to make ahead and store in the freezer. Just right for whipping out, defrosting and serving up in a flash.
5 egg whites, large
2 tsps cornflour
225g light muscovado sugar
40g pecans, chopped
250ml double creamRead more...
Fancy something different to give as a gift? These honey roast nuts are just the job. Sorry to my friends and family, I’ve been munching on these myself – oops!
150g cashew nuts
50g light muscovado sugar
1 tsp vanilla extract
1 tsp salt
25g caster sugar
1 tsp salt
20g caster sugar
Line a roasting tin or baking tray with non-stick paper or a reusable silicone liner.… Read more...
Hello gang! Hope you’ve all had a fab summer hols? Well I’m back to the baking and kicking off with a savoury recipe for these delicious blue cheese and walnut biscuits.
Over the summer I made thousands of biscuits (quite literally) for Alex James – to be served at the launch of Blue Monday at The Big Feastival.… Read more...
If you think of Granola do you think dry crunchy boring stuff? How wrong you’d be – I’m eating this stuff by the handful and really have to stop myself for going back for more . Try making your own, you won’t be disappointed!… Read more...
Florentines are notoriously tricky blighters, seemingly simple but accurate measurements are needed (Ruth are you paying attention, no really paying attention? Okay out come the digital scales).
Florentines also need to go on the tray well spaced apart, another instruction in recipes I fail to ‘get’ and frequently end up chiselling a sheet of florentines from a baking tray, add to that the messy affair of coating the monkeys in chocolate and we’re talking baking disaster tantrums.