I love creating new Christmas recipes to use up leftover mincemeat especially different mince pie recipes. It’s always nice to find mince pie recipes with a twist! As one of my favourite things is a crumble topping it seemed only right to make mince pies with a crumble top. But these mince pies have the
I love flapjacks and there is nothing quite like a seasonal flapjack to capture the flavours of the season. A couple of weeks ago I shared a Cherry and Mincemeat Flapjack recipe and this week I thought I’d share an Apple and Mincemeat Flapjack recipe, both of which are variations on our original mincemeat flapjack
Any regular reader will know that I love finding alternative ways to use mincemeat and my latest creation is this mincemeat slice tray bake. It has all the flavours of Christmas mince pies but feels like a much more decadent bake and makes a nice change from making mince pies over the festive season.
We love finding new ways to use up leftover mincemeat without making endless batches of mince pies! We decided to create mincemeat middle cupcakes as a twist on a jammy middle cupcake recipe and they’ve turned into something lovely to enjoy baking with the children over the festive season.
Any ongoing reader of this website will know how much I love to create alternatives to traditional recipes and also find alternative ways to use mincemeat rather than in a simple mince pie. This year we’ve started making Mince Pie Rock Cakes and they are perfect to enjoy over the festive season – or as
I’ve never met anyone that doesn’t love a good flapjack and they are such a simple recipe to vary, creating all different kinds of flapjack varieties really easily. A few years ago we made Mincemeat Flapjacks which are something we make year after year without fail but this year I decided to make a new
Bread and butter pudding is such a classic British dessert and one that we really enjoy as a family. I’ve always made our Cheats’ Bread and Butter Pudding recipe but over recent years I’ve started to make variations of it too.
Over the last few months I’ve been experimenting with different flapjack flavours from rhubarb flapjacks to chocolate banana flapjacks and one surprisingly lovely flavour combination is cherry coconut.
I’ve never met anyone that doesn’t love a flapjack. That chewy, sweet mix of oats and sugar. But, as much as we love plain flapjacks I also love to add some flavours to the mix too. Our latest creation is a fresh cherry flapjack recipe that is so easy to make – with just glace