Homemade fortune cookies

Homemade fortune cookies Fortune cookies are rather like Christmas crackers – the fun is in cracking them open to reveal the ‘fortune’ or message inside. Which is why homemade fortune cookies will always deliver the […]

Raspberry and coconut crumbles

My crumbles are by far the most popular thing I make but I know there are some (albeit crazy) people who aren’t big fans of chocolate and caramel and who like something a little less […]

Chewy cranberry slices

I always go a bit cranberry crazy at Christmas and there’s usually two or three cranberry desserts on our festive menu.  The one thing I will say is that they’re invariably tooth numbingly sweet (to […]

Large Yorkshire puddings

Many people have disasters with their Yorkshire puddings but this recipe generally comes up trumps for everyone who tries it. This is the one I turn to most of the time and I’ve not had a […]

Millionaire crumbles

I was asked to make my salted caramel carmelitas for a birthday party, but as I knew there would be children present and the salty kick means they’re very much for grown ups, I thought […]

Christmas gingerbread

Fussy eaters that they are, while my kids can endure relatively spicy food, they both often complain that gingerbread men (or at least the ones we buy in stores) are often a little punchy for […]

Cheesy mouse biscuits

Should you be having a mouse-themed children’s party – and why not? – then these little fellows could be just the answer. We’ve used cookie cutters shaped like a mouse head but you can use […]

Super fruity Christmas cake

I know plenty of people get frustrated by the fact that Christmas seems to start earlier and earlier each year – I saw my first Christmas puddings sitting on a store shelf in September!  For […]

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