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from olive

Banana and yogurt keep these muffins moist, while the butter, ground almonds and oats make them filling. No added sugar means you’re getting the day off to a good start too.

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from goodtoknow

If you prefer a lighter fruit cake at Christmas then these individual muffin-sized cakes will fit the bill perfectly. Made with a simple all-in-one sponge cake mix they are so much quicker to make than a classic fruit cake too! To give the cakes a boozier flavour, soak the dried fruit in 2 tbsp rum or brandy for 1-2 hrs before adding to the sponge mixture. For a more sophisticated decoration replace the glace icing with blanched almonds, pecans, sliced dried apricots and mixed coloured glace…

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from delicious. magazine

Upside-down is the right way up with this cake recipe caramelised apricot and ricotta is a match that can't be faulted. food photography, food styling

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from BBC Good Food

Brie wrapped in prosciutto & brioche This decadent bake from Paul Hollywood combines slightly sweet French bread with a creamy ham and cheese filling

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from olive

These apricot and pistachio sticky buns are hard to resist. They're perfect for a breakfast treat, or with a cup of tea.

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