How pretty are these chocolate Christmas snowflake biscuits Alexander and I made the other night? The perfect festive nibble, they are so much fun to make and bake with little ones. The dough ...
We're massive fans of delicious cake brand Betty Crocker and even more so now that there's a new collection of delicious gluten-free options available too.
Those who follow this blog know that I love to cook-I mean REALLY, really love to cook but if I'm entirely honest (and I am- being Honest Mum and all)-it's baking which absolutely steals my heart every single time.
A delicious carrot cake, lighter than most because it's made with sunflower oil rather than butter, it's rich with the flavour of spices and topped with a creamy frosting: perfect with a cup of tea!
These are the cutest and tastiest biscuits to make with your kids this Valentine's Day.
Any sweets treats that are acceptable to eat at breakfast are a winner in my eyes. Muffins are one of my favourite foods - especially when served straight out of the oven, hot, fluffy and oh so good. And nothing makes me happier than baking with my kids, particularly my 5 year old Oliver who adores cooking and baking.
I've blogged a variation of these cookies before-Oat Coconut Cookies but I've adapted my recipe this time as I love experimenting and I've added vanilla pods, maple syrup and dark chocolate chips this time!
Father's Day is just a few weeks away on June 21st and this year, the kids and I will be treating my husband Peter to a handcrafted artisan gift from the gorgeous website All By Mama.
We're gluten-free monsters here, the lot of us, as are many of you too it seems, be it because of allergies, or simply to lead a healthier lifestyle-wheat really isn't terribly good for any of us really. So if you fancy enjoying a sweet treat without the wheat (I know, poetic huh), do check these bad boys out!
Look at these mouth wateringly beautiful flapjacks. Healthy, delicious and easy to make, check out the recipe for yourself!
When in doubt, the kids are ill or you just need a distraction technique, bake. OK maybe the latter will result in obese kids so aim for colouring in first but a bit of bun making is always fun and as my boys were under the weather this weekend, we got to baking these easy peasy chocolate buns/cupcakes. We don't like them too sweet so only used 40g of sugar.
My husband (and quite possibly my toddler's) take on nesting is involving baking-a lot of baking, like every evening this week. I'm not complaining, although my thighs might be when I finally get back on the treadmill post baby.