Gluten-free baking can be hard to master, but at Easter time you can’t miss out on a hot cross bun. This gluten-free hot cross bun recipe includes some sneaky chocolate chips to give a little Easter flavour to your baking. You can swap them for dried fruit if you prefer, and simply use flour and water for the cross. [Read more…] about Gluten free chocolate hot cross buns
Kids party planning is becoming more like an art form rather than a way to to keep kids fuelled up for the party. Normal people (including ourselves) go a little strange and spend days perfecting the cake decoration beforehand, only to see it demolished in seconds or ignored by the kids. So what is the ideal party plan and how much food should you allow to keep everyone happy? We give you the definitive guide to perfect kids’ party catering. [Read more…] about Kids’ party food
Corny, but we couldn’t resist – some little chocolate hearts for the special person / people in your life. So yummy that you may have difficulty parting with them. Gluten free too.
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Looking for a dessert that is big on show and taste? Look no further. This berry panettone dessert is perfect for Christmas Day when panettone are in shops everywhere. You can make it a few days in advance and then simply top with fresh berries and icing sugar on the day. We have one version using alcohol and mascarpone, and another with vanilla-infused milk and cream for a slightly cheaper version of this tasty dessert. [Read more…] about Berry panettone dessert
Rocky road is great to make as an edible gift. The kids can even make it themselves to give to their teachers or friends. Cut into a slab or break into chunks for a moreish treat. [Read more…] about Rocky road
This is an easy recipe to take to friends’ houses in the silly season. These spicy nut clusters are great with pre-dinner drinks. Make three or four days in advance and keep in an airtight container. Our alternative using aquafaba also makes it a great gift/snack for vegan households.