These Raspberry Coconut Bars are super simple to make and with their shortbread base, raspberry jam middle and dessicated coconut topping, they are a combination of sweet, crunchy and tart in one portable dessert!
This Chocolate Chip Cookie in a Cup is still one of my favorite recipes on my blog! A fresh, homemade chocolate chip cookie that you can make in the microwave. No, really! It’s a simple recipe that uses the same ingredients as a traditional chocolate chip cookie, but takes just minutes to prepare and cook! …
Delicious flavoured buttercream recipes. Simply take 250g butter, 500g sugar and then add one of these flavour combinations! My favourites are the baileys buttercream and chocolate orange frosting flavours.
Chocolate Cupcakes with a Rolo Centre, Caramel Buttercream Frosting & Even more Caramel, Chocolate and Rolos! Hello Heavenly Rolo Cupcakes! SO, Rolos are clearly one of the most popular things that you can post about at the moment… My Rolo recipes always seem to go down so well… well, I say that, I only have two; my No-Bake Caramel Rolo Cheesecake, and my No-Bake Rolo Tart. However, even though I only have two, they are two of the most popular recipes on my website. Seriously, I can’t keep…
Apple Crumble Cake: a quick and easy apple cake for teatime
Apple Crumble Cake Apple crumble cake is one of England's myriad of apple cakes: quick and easy to make, and oh so wonderful with a cup of tea alongside. I always think of this as a proper teashop cake, even though I'm not quite sure why.
Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cupcakes - A delicious vanilla cupcake topped with chocolate chip cookie dough frosting with a cookie dough surprise in the center. These are one of my favorite cupcakes I've ever made!
Salted Caramel Frosting – perfectly balanced buttercream made with sweet dulce de leche caramel! This is one of my all-time favorite recipes and it’s perfect for frosting cakes and cupcakes. Use this frosting for chocolate, coffee or vanilla-flavored cakes. I use this for frosting an 8-inch cake or 24 cupcakes. Watch my video recipe for step-by-step […]
HOKEY POKEY Hokey pokey is a Cornish term for honeycomb. It is wonderful eaten in golden shards or crumbled into the best vanilla ice cream. It is also the perfect present to take to a dinner party. Better than flowers, as they need to be put into a vase, better than chocolate, which people tend to smile politely at, but put away in a drawer: no one can resist a bit of hokey pokey I've found.