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Extreme S'mores Milkshakes

INSANE Extreme S'mores Milkshake Recipe like NYC Freakshakes. My favorite ice cream dessert!

Paul Hollywood’s ultimate carrot cake

Paul Hollywood’s ultimate carrot cake recipe. This carrot cake is fabulous, easy and simple. Follow it exactly using digital scales, and it can't go wrong

Chocolate Orange Cake

Chocolate Orange Layer Cake - The perfect alternative to a festive fruit cake for Christmas. Lovely layers of chocolate, sandwiches with orange flavoured chocolate buttercream. It's not Terry's... It's mine!

The Ultimate Millionaire's Shortbread

The Ultimate Caramel Shortbread from James Morton's How Baking Works cookbook. It’s not often that I am arrogant enough to believe that my recipe should be the standard on which all others are based. But here I am saying just that. It’s not only the best caramel shortcake I’ve ever had, but I’ve gone to great pains to keep the steps and ingredients very simple, too.

Yule Log

Yule Log: A traditional French bûche de Noël always looks just the right side of cutely enchanting, and there is nothing hard to like about its tender, melting chocolatiness. But I warm to it most of all for the rich pagan symbolism: it is no less than a cake-emulation of the log that the Norsemen would drag home through the streets to burn in celebration of the winter solstice and to honour the gods and hope, thus, to cajole from them a good year to come.

Mary Berry’s very best chocolate and orange cake

Mary Berry’s very best chocolate and orange cake recipe. This cake can be made in a food processor or mixing machine, so it's very easy – a deliciously naughty icing too

How to make Oreo milkshake (quick recipe

OREO MILKSHAKE!!! This recipe makes three big glasses worth, or six more sensible portions. It’s very sweet and has a very distinctive Oreo flavour. Want some?

30 Best Sherlock Quotes from 'The Six Thatchers' (4x01

Sherlock Quote from 4x01 │ Sherlock Holmes: What is that? (balloon with a face drawn on it) John Watson: That is… me. Well, it’s a me substitute. Sherlock Holmes: Don’t be so hard on yourself. You know I value your little contributions. John Watson: Yeah? It’s been there since nine this morning. Sherlock Holmes: Has it? Where were you? John Watson: Helping Mrs H with her Sudoku.