Category: Quick & Easy

Delicious served warm with cream – this recipe makes six mini puddings but is easy to double if you want more puddings. The puddings will keep for four days in the fridge but bring to room temperature before serving. Makes 6 mini puddings | Baking time 20-25 minutes at 180 C Utensils required: Electric whisk|Measuring […]

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Caramel and mint ice cream - no churn

With only three ingredients and no mixing required during freezing, this is such an easy ice cream and great to share with friends. You could add dark chocolate as opposed to mint chocolate or serve with a chocolate sauce for a truly decadent pudding. I think this is definitely a fair contender to dulce de […]

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I decided to serve cheese scones at afternoon tea to balance out the sweetness. To make this extra special, serve with whipped butter made by beating butter, a little cream and some smoked sea salt flakes for a few minutes. For the cheese pastry biscuits on the bottom plate, see the below recipe:     […]

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A vanilla cupcake topped with a frosting made with Nesquik strawberry powder. The frosting is so easy to make and has a lovely soft picture colour. The milkshake powder is sweet enough on its own so there is no need to add any additional sugar to the frosting. Serve at room temperature and store in […]

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A variation to the pineapple upside down cake. This is delicious served with cream or ice-cream, ideal in the summer time and easy to make for a casual get-together. Serve at room temperature and store in the fridge. Makes 1 ring cake|Baking time 35-40 minutes at 180 C Utensils required: Electric whisk|Measuring cups & spoons […]

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Soft chocolate cookies with chocolate chunks and nuts, which have a brownie like consistency. These cookies are best eaten on the day they are made so freeze any left over cookies for up to two weeks. Bring to room temperature before enjoying again. Makes about 15 biscuits | Quick & easy | Baking time 12 […]

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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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Very easy to make crisp biscuits, which are a great accompaniment with tea or coffee. They will keep for 1 week in an airtight container. Makes 35 biscuits | Quick & easy | Baking time 10-12 minutes at 180 C Utensils required: Electric whisk|measuring cups & spoons & scale| 2 x baking trays 150 grams […]

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Very easy to make and also made without sucrose. I order cocoa paste and cocoa butter off Amazon and use raw honey. Great for homemade Easter eggs. 200 grams cocoa paste 100 grams cocoa butter 4 tablespoons honey 6 tablespoons coconut cream Melt cocoa paste, cocoa butter and honey over boiling water Stir in coconut […]

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A crisp biscuit, good for cookie shapes and easy to make. Also great for heart shaped Valentine’s Day biscuits. I usually bake in batches with the rest of the dough kept in the fridge until ready for baking. You can keep the dough wrapped in the fridge for about three days and once baked the […]

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