Having granola on yogurt with fruit is one of my favourite things to have for breakfast. This is the recipe I like to use to make granola. It’s really simple and you can add whatever sort of nuts, seeds and dried fruit you like.
I love these sandwich biscuits; simple but very yummy! Continue reading “Coffee Kisses”
I haven’t tried making blondies before but I got a new baking book recently and there were lots of blondie recipes in it, so I decided to try one out. Continue reading “Cranberry and White Chocolate Blondies”
I love making scones and spiral scones are one of my new favourites. There are numerous fillings you can add but I have used green pesto. Continue reading “Pesto Spiral Scones”
These are lovely Greek Christmas cookies, flavoured with almond extract and ground almonds. They have a lovely crumbly texture and taste sweet yet nutty. I really like them and they are so simple to make. Continue reading “Kourabiedes”
I love peaches and this cobbler is really simple but really tasty too.
And it can be eaten at any time of year as it is perfect with custard or ice cream. And maybe you’re one of those people who likes both and I’m sure that would be fine too. Continue reading “Peach Cobbler”
I made these for the first time recently even though I have had the recipe for a while. They taste amazing but I think they are more stressful to make than they are worth. Continue reading “Flapjack Cookies”
Sweet and soft yet warm and spicy, this is an awesome type of cake.
It generally gets made for bonfire night in my family but I fancied making some now, here in the summer. And there is nothing wrong about having it at a different time of the year! Continue reading “Gingerbread Cake”
I used to have these when I was at primary school and I loved them. Continue reading “Energy Bars”
My mum had an email the other week advertising a new baking utensil and, although we weren’t interested in the product, the recipe which the email included did appeal to us. Continue reading “Savoury Flapjack”