I am known in my office for my cakes and it has become a habit for me to bake when there are birthdays, people leaving etc. Last week I baked a lemon drizzle bundt cake which went down incredibly well and as it is one of the guys in my department’s birthdays today (and a big one at that since he is just short of 6 months younger than me) I thought I’d bake something for him!
I love a good biscuit and Hob Nobs are one of my favourite types. However, I sometimes find them a bit too salty and dry. Whilst on the Moneysavingexpert Old Style board many a year ago (I don’t go on there as often any more) I found this awesome recipe for Hob Nob style biscuits and I thought that I would share it with you!
It’s Guy Fakes/Bonfire Night over here in the UK on November 5th and to help you get ready for the occasion, the lovely people at The Gobstopper have written a guest post for me, complete with a recipe for treacle toffee, yum!
(Please excuse the uneven colouring, I didn’t have much luck with the light or editing!!)
I have posted a lot of ‘makes’ this week and I hope to continue to make at least one thing every week, if not a lot more!
We made pasties using Paul Hollywood’s pastry recipe and they turned out to be delish! These are perfect for packed lunches, picnics, lunch, dinner and snacks! There’s no recipe as such, apart from for the pastry, which is Paul’s one (and pretty darned fabulous) but I took photos of the process to share with you guys at least!
I absolutely adore squashes, particularly butternut squash and pumpkin. My Pinterest boards are full of golden leaves, squashes and caramel apple delights. It inspired me to make some pumpkin spice muffins – here’s how I made these delicious treats – perfect for on-the-go breakfasts or a weekend snack Continue reading “Vegan Pumpkin Spice Muffins Recipe”