Tag Archive: Bake

I was given a task. A vegan task. A request from Jonno’s (my boyfriend) friend, Gregg. I have been sending Jonno into work with various baking treats, trying to rid my household of what my will power cannot control. I have therefore been, mildly and happily, fattening the West End cast of Shakespeare In Love, […]

“Half Term HobNobs” were created because I imagine some of you might like something to bake with the children while it’s half term? These are wholemeal too, so they’re not only a fun little thing to spend an afternoon making, you also don’t have to feel quite so bad when devouring them too. Although these […]

This Valentine’s Day Slimline Dessert is not only kind to your strict diet plan but also to your bank balance. I am a massive advocate of ‘cheat days’ – a little of what you love is ALWAYS good for you – but when dessert can taste this good and not count as a ‘cheat day’ […]

I like bread and I like dessert. I’m also a bit health conscience. So I made this ginger and maple syrup spelt loaf to cater for these three needs. I use a lot of wholemeal flour and came across spelt flour in my local supermarket and thought I’d give it a go. Spelt flour is […]

I caved. I’ve been so good this January, but I wanted a treat and, I say, if you’re gonna go bad, go really bad. So here are my (really bad but really good) Blondies With Hot Fudge Sauce. In honesty, I added the hot fudge sauce because I had lots of fudge left over from […]

The Jan diet is getting tough right? So I thought I’d create these Gluten Free Lemon and Blueberry Mini Loaves as a healthy-ish treat. I’ve made them reduced sugar too, so less guilt and they can easily be made dairy free by swapping the milk for almond milk. I also LOVE blueberry and lemon together, […]

Oh gosh, it’s not even a week into my healthy January kick and I am CRAVING some kind of treat. Muffins in particular. Healthy Muffins maybe? I can make some healthy (ish) muffins! YES! I won’t feel guilty but I’ll be satisfied. This is the kind of baking I need..and maybe you too? Be strong […]

This year I wanted a special Christmas Breakfast. Usually we are so busy sorting the dinner, opening the presents and guzzling something bubbly that Christmas Breakfast is usually a bit of tea and toast. These muffins can be made in advance and are super tasty, therefore no need to scrimp on any indulgence at breakfast […]

I bought REALLY cute Christmas cupcake cases, so I had to use them. There really is no other reason for this post. So my classic Christmas cupcake was born. I always think cupcakes are such great little gifts and always look nice when displayed too. A little Christmas Eve treat for the family?? Enjoy! Ingredients […]

Just a simple Christmas Celebration Cake. My birthday is very close to Christmas so I always have a joint birthday/Christmas party, a great excuse for all my favourite people to get together and, of course, I always bake. So, a short intro, but there’s a lot to this recipe. Here it is, the Christmas Celebration […]

Oh Christmas scones. Beautiful lovely Christmas Scones. If you’re a follower of my blog you might remember how much I love a scone. So as its Christmas, I thought I’d make a ‘Christmas’ scone, but one that I wouldn’t feel so bad eating, hence the wholemeal flour. Although if you’re of the ‘who cares, it’s […]

Christmas Rocky Road is probably the easiest Christmas themed treat there is going. It’s utterly indulgent and perfect for the chocolate lover. I wanted something that was going to be quick & easy to make, look Christmassay and made me feel naughty eating it. I reckon this Christmas Rocky Road covers all those bases. But […]

The Christmas baking has begun. I’ve delved in and decided it’s time to get ready, practice, prepare and list all the Christmas Baking that’s to be done over the festive period. I won’t lie, I’ve been thinking up Christmas Baking ideas since the summer, but I’m only just making them, and I couldn’t be happier. […]

Scones. A classic, sometimes overlooked (?!) staple beaut of a treat. Making these ‘mini strawberry scones’ means I can have one and not feel guilty. Or (more likely)  I can have two and not feel THAT guilty. I’ve popped dried strawberries in them instead of raisins/sultanas just because I thought it would go well with […]

Traditional Bonfire Night Parkin is a customary bake from Lancashire to celebrate/commiserate (however you want to look at it) Guy Fawkes’ failed attempt at blowing up the houses of parliament – Guy Fawkes was from Lancashire. It’s traditionally eaten on the 5th Nov while watching fireworks. Also, to me, this is the very beginning of […]

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