These truffles are super easy and can be made well in advance - perfect for Christmas gifts! Pop into a cute jar or lolly bag and they are ready to go, just store in the fridge between when you make them and when you want to give them. They're fun to make with little ones (you can leave out the alcohol if you're doing this!), although expect plenty of chocolatey little hands and a dusting of cocoa over the entire kitchen.Read More
This mandarine loaf is hands down one of the simplest, most delicious cakes around. The honey plus the lack of eggs or butter makes it less 'cakey', giving a sticky, slightly chewy texture.
The perfect afternoon tea morsel fresh out of the oven, its also great a day or two later toasted, and its easily made in about 10 minutes plus cooking time.Read More
These are actually upside down scrolls, cooked in base of homemade butterscotch and flipped when out of the oven. Crunchy, gooey and soft all at once and are amazing hot out of the oven when the butterscotch is its caramely best. This recipe is adapted from an original Better Homes and Gardens 1960s cookbook in all its retro goodness and so features light corn syrup - not the world's healthiest recipe but sometimes that's best right?Read More