I’ve been busy in the kitchen once again developing recipes for Bake with Stork and have a couple more to share with you today.… Read more...
This weekend far and wide we’re celebrating the Queen’s 90th Birthday, time to hang the bunting and wave those flags! However you’re joining in the celebrations my recipes for Bake with Stork would make a fab addition to your own Patrons Lunch!… Read more...
How about this for sharing with friends or in fact a hungry family? A lovely coffee and chocolate marble loaf cake for you today. Quick and easy to rustle up and I’m sure you have all the ingredients to hand!
175g butter, softened
175g caster sugar
3 eggs, large
175g self raising flour
2 tsps of instant coffee dissolved in 1 tbsp boiling water
2 tbsps cocoa powder mixed to a paste with a little boiling water
100g butter, softened
200g icing sugar
2 tsps instant coffee dissolved in 1 tbsp boiling water
10g dark chocolate
Makes: 1 x 2lb loaf cakeRead more...
A lovely sweet bread wreath, perfect for sharing with family this Easter.
500g strong white bread flour
50g caster sugar
2 ½ tsp dried fast action yeast
1 tsp salt
175ml milk, lukewarm
Zest of 1 orange
60g butter, softened
2 eggs, large
90g icing sugar
Juice of 1 orange
I do love a spot of Easter baking, and these fluffy little chicks I’ve come up with for Bake with Stork are just too sweet to miss!
Lemon sponge cupcakes are a real taste of spring and the sunshiney days that lie ahead, join me and team #StorkChick by baking your own batch of fluffy chicks you can find the recipe and step by steps just here – Ruth’s Chicks
It’s a quick and easy bake using Stork with Butter, used straight from the fridge, for the lightest sponge perfect for fluffy little Easter chicks.… Read more...
With Mother’s Day and Easter coming up you might be in need of a quick easy and super delicious pudding, actually this pud doesn’t need an occasion for you to make it – celebrate the weekend with this treat too.
Served warm straight from the oven this pud is ideal to prepare ahead and bake in the oven whilst you sit down for a meal, soft melty choc chips and a squidgy cookie dough centre you’re bound to please everyone who’s come for tea!… Read more...
With Chinese New Year very shortly (8th Feb 2016) let’s make some fortune cookies and welcome the Year of the Monkey! These are great fun to do, and making your own means you can come up with all sorts of fortunes to share with your family, friends and loved ones – tailor them to suit!… Read more...
A traditional Christmas recipe for a Yule log, just switched around a bit to turn it into a showstopper cake instead, I love the stripy inside it makes – a perfect winter dessert! It’s hugely rich and decadent (as you’ll see from the amount of chocolate needed) and the filling is a chocolate French buttercream.… Read more...