Coffee and walnut cake is a favourite amongst our family. My brother likes neither walnuts nor coffee, yet I have spotted even him go for a helping or two of this cake! I went a little over the top with decorating this cake so of course make less buttercream and totally leave out the ganache … Continue reading Say It Aint So, I Walnut Go – Coffee and Walnut Cake recipe
Sorry, couldn't resist the song! So catchy and is the only thing that has helped me learn how to spell bananas. Banana Loaf is a bit of a cross between Banana Bread and drizzle cake. It is traditionally baked in a bread loaf tin, however the actual mixture is sweet and cakey. It is stodgy … Continue reading This Sh*t is Banana Cake, B-A-N-A-N-A-Cake!
Lemon drizzle cake is absolutely perfect for this time of year as there is nothing better than to come in from the cold and have a lovely slice of stodgy cake with a hot cup of tea. This recipe is honestly so simple to make! The cake comes out so fluffy and moist and sticky … Continue reading Fo’ Shizzle my Drizzle – Lemon Drizzle Cake Recipe
Roasted Pumpkin seeds are an autumnal classic; easy to make, makes your kitchen smell great and creates less waste once you have carved your pumpkin! I like to roast mine with brown sugar and cinnamon, however if you have any other combinations that work then please let me know! If you want to know how … Continue reading All You Seed Is Love
Alternative titles: -Since You've Been Scone, Scone with the wind, Like a Rolling Scone, Dead and Scone, Bridget Scone's Diary. I'm here all week. Whether you pronounce it SCone or scONe, we can all agree that scones are a massive part of British culture. The very first scones were triangular, yet we Brits today now … Continue reading You Can Scone Your Own Way