Ingredients makes 24 Dough: 2 x 7g dried yeast 1/4 cup / 60ml warm water 1 cup / 240ml lukewarm milk 1/4 cup / 50g white sugar 1 teaspoon salt 2 eggs 1/3 cup / 80g shortening or butter – melted 4 cups / 500g all-purpose flour (plus extra for dusting) large amount of sunflower [...]
Banana and Chocolate Cheesecake Pots Google+ Hangout 2 for my #carolinesfamilymeals Makes 6 150g digestive biscuits (or graham crackers) 75g roasted and chopped hazlenuts 2tbsp caster sugar / or healthy sugar alternaive 250g half fat cream cheese 150g melted dark chocolate 2 tbsp cocoa powder 1 tbsp hot water 2 bananas / or use strawberries [...]
Ingredients: 3 cups milk 2/3 cup palm sugar ½ tsp vanilla 4 eggs Sugar: 2/3 cup palm sugar 2 tbsp water 2 tbsp white sugar Preheat oven 150 c / gas mark 3 In large pan gently heat the milk, palm sugar and vanilla. Do not let it boil. Heat it very gently and stir until [...]
Key Lime Pie Ingredients serves 5 – 6 people 200g digestives or graham crackers 100g melted butter 1 tin condensed milk 397g Juice of 4 large limes ½ cup (key limes if you can get them) Zest of 2 limes 3 egg yolks Whipped cream to serve ( If you want a thick sliced pie [...]
Makes 4 Ingredients: 1 tub natural Greek yoghurt low fat or 0% 200g ginger nut biscuits 1 ripe mango peeled and sliced into thin strips agave syrup or honey To serve: To make individual pots you will need 4 glasses or bowls. A plastic food bag and rolling pin. Garnish with chopped roasted pistachios or [...]
This could quite easily be my favorite Christmas chocolate. Whilst slowly biting into one of these fine chocolates my mind was saying surely I must be able to make these myself. So off I set to create my very own version, and you know what? They actually taste like a Ferrero Rocher! This was one [...]
You can use low fat Greek yoghurt or full fat. Full fat will taste creamier. Ingredients 2 cups / 500g Greek natural yoghurt ½ cup caster sugar (or 3 tbsp honey / agave nectar) ½ tsp vanilla extract Mix all together for 2 minutes so the sugar dissolves. [...]
This is an all time classic hot sticky cake. Best eaten warm with custard and it has a slightly retro feel and look to it which is maybe why I love it so much.
In this video post learn how to the make the beautiful flower cupcakes from the funny film Bridesmaids. Kristen Wiig is a baker in the film and when I saw the cake she made I had to re create one at home and show you how to do it!
What could be more Gleeful than a cupcake?! Try this delicious and easy recipe if your having a Glee inspired party for your mates. Make sure you sing along whilst making them!