This indulgent, grown up Maltesers and Baileys Chocolate Layer Cake has someday delicious layers of naughty but niceness!
This glorious Maltesers and Baileys Chocolate Layer Cake is easy to make, albeit a little time consuming when layering it, and definitely has a wow! factor. I feel that it is a showstopper, which is just as well as tonights Great British Bake Off final was all about show stopping bakes. OK ok so this is not an Entremet Mousse Cake but it is a layer cake nonetheless.
With the holidays literally just around the corner, people everywhere are beginning their Christmas shopping. Lines are already out the door at many shops and when it comes to planning for all those family and workplace parties, there’s no end to the shopping you must do. If you are like most people in recent years, you have a limited disposable budget to shop with, so why not start now to find the best food deals to stock up for the best holiday meal ever.
This delicious Slow Cooker Blueberry, Lemon & Ginger Cake is made in the slow cooker / crock pot in just 3 hours.
Since I tried making my first cake in a slow cooker earlier this year, I have been keen to try out some new recipes. Earlier in the week, I had some blueberries that needed eating up and seeing as though I was off on a play date the next day I thought a cake would make use of the fruit. Finding a jar of opened lemon curd inside my fridge, it seemed only fitting to make a Slow Cooker Blueberry, Lemon & Ginger Cake. Read More
These Halloween themed Mummy Eclairs and Chocolate Choux Bats are great fun to serve your children at this time of year. Easy to make and your kids could even help decorate them!
It is semi finals week on the Great British Bake Off and with that brings patisserie week. Do you have your favourite to win the series yet? Having read up on tonights show, I decided to have a go at making some Choux Buns which is the signature round this week. Rather than make 24 identical choux buns, I thought I would make some Halloween inspired buns instead: Halloween Mummy Eclairs and Chocolate Choux Bats. Therefore, I opted to make 10 Mummy Eclairs and 10 Choux Bats (for some reason my recipe made 20 choux buns instead of 24!).
These Three Easy Halloween Party Food Hacks have been made using Barratt Sweets and can easily be recreated at home for your own Halloween party to feed your little monsters with.
Halloween is such a fun time of year. Fancy dress, trick or treating and of course fun food to eat! No wonder children love celebrating it every year.