I made marmalade! Of course, the perfect way to enjoy marmalade is spread on hot buttered toast. Unfortunately, I have neither the metabolism nor the time to eat hot buttered toast every morning so here’s a (slightly) healthier way of getting your marmalade fix. Make a batch of these gluten free […]
Winter | Baking and puddings
Warm up with seasonal treat recipes.
Mince pies are Christmas. All that spicy, fruity, boozy goodness bubbling away in a golden pastry case. They are fun to make and everybody can get help out spooning in the mincemeat and messing around with icing sugar. But I have a couple of confessions to make: Confession number 1: I’m scared of […]
Making mincemeat is a wonderful (and pretty simple – always a win) way of easing yourself into Christmassy festivities. Gather together an array of dried fruits, grab your favourite huge stove-top pan, pop on some Christmas music, and enjoy the spicy and warming aromas filling your home.
This cake is rich, dark and moist. It has chunks of slightly-melted chocolate which give it a lovely brownie-like texture. The beetroot isn’t detectable and makes me feel (the smallest bit) less guilty about my giant slices. This cake was intended to be a ‘thank you’ for my colleagues at a […]
On holiday near the Cornish coast, A. arranged for a veg box from the cracking Bosavern Community Farm to be delivered to our cabin (apparently, we couldn’t survive on cream teas for three days straight). We decided to use the rhubarb for a quick and warming pud and it turned […]