Category: Citrus

A buttery lemon sponge with a condensed milk and cream cheese frosting is a perfect addition to an afternoon tea spread. I served these little cakes at afternoon tea and they were so easy to eat – make sure you put out enough for people to have seconds or thirds! Make in advance: the cupcakes […]

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A light sponge with a custard-like filling / topping made with coconut milk. The filling / topping sets quickly and is rather solid, which make it a little tricky to get it perfectly smooth so I like to top with toasted desiccated coconut. This cake will keep for five days in the fridge. Makes 1 […]

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A cake-like base topped with a custard that partially sinks into the base while baking, described as moreish lemon bars by one of my friends… I served these bars at relaxed poker evening with friends topped with a lemon cream cheese frosting. Although perfectly delicious on their own, the lemon cream cheese frosting makes them […]

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Quick and easy to make, which are ideal for a Sunday morning breakfast. These muffins will keep for 3 days and remain fluffy and moist even on the third day. Makes 12 muffins|Baking time 15-20 minutes at 200 C| Easy Utensils required: Hand whisk| Wooden spoon|Measuring cups & spoons OR scale|2 bowl| 12 hole muffin […]

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This is a light lemon sponge topped with a lemon curd buttercream. I used the¬†French¬†method for the buttercream but you could just whip cream and fold in lemon curd for the frosting. I served as individual squares but the cake recipe can easily be made into a layer cake. Makes 32 cake squares|Baking time 20-25 […]

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This is a wonderful dessert to serve when entertaining as it can be made in advance and also the tart yet creamy combination is a perfect after addition to a heavy meal. This is more of a cheesecake than a lemon meringue pie but in my opinion is better than the pure lemon curd version, […]

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