We love making muffins. They’re such a nice sweet treat, a great option for on the go breakfasts and just something yummy to make at home. Any muffins with banana in them are a great way of using up overripe bananas and a good excuse to bake too!
A few weeks ago I made heart shaped fudge for Valentines and it felt only right that I should make shaped fudge for Easter too. Easter egg shapes seemed like the perfect thing to make and these little fudge bites turned out so well that I just had to share the recipe with you.
I’m loving no bake treats this year and our favourite Easter treat is Cadbury Creme Eggs so it made sense to experiment with Creme Eggs and see what we could make! One of our creations was this super simple Cadburys Creme Egg Rocky Road.
Easter wouldn’t be Easter without Cadbury Mini Eggs and they’re something that we eat from as soon as they appear in the shops – from February or March onwards – and we miss them when the season ends.
After making Mini Egg Fudge for Easter the other week, I wanted to make a really rich, milk chocolate Easter fudge too and the first thing that came to mind was obviously Cadbury Creme Eggs.
Recently Carnation launched a Vegan Condensed Milk and it inspired me to attempt to make a real vegan fudge. I’ve already made a Vegan Coconut Fudge using condensed coconut milk but I wanted to create something with different flavours or as authentic as our typical Slow Cooker Chocolate Fudge.
There really is nothing quite like a chocolate fridge cake or real Rocky Road, a no bake treat that is so easy to make with the kids at any time of the year. This chocolate Easter fridge cake couldn’t be simpler and it’s a treat that the whole family will enjoy. Perfect as part of
We love flapjacks and always enjoy finding new things to put in them. I found some pecans in the cupboard and thought I’d see how pecan flapjacks would turn out – and they turned out so well I thought I’d share it with you.
One of my favourite bakes is a fruit cake. It’s something you traditionally think of at Christmas, covered in icing, but it’s something I eat all year round – just without the layer of marzipan and icing over it!