These delicious Maltesers Brownies are easy to make and great served as a dessert with ice cream, or along side a cup of tea.
I love a good brownie. They are so easy to make, and you can make so many different flavours and varieties. Ultimately, of course, I also love eating them. Another thing I enjoy eating is Maltesers. Therefore, what better bake to make than Maltesers Brownies.
This Slow Cooker Chocolate Orange Cake is very easy to make and your slow cooker/crock pot does all the hard work for you, therefore, giving you time to get on with other important non-cake stuff!
In all the years that I have owned and been using slow cooker, I have never made a sweet recipe with it. This seems hard to believe, however, it is true! I guess being a baker, I am happy to make my cakes in an oven, and have not felt the need to cook them slowly. Therefore, I have only cooked savoury dishes in my slow cooker. Until now!
This Gin and Tonic Drizzle Cake is moist and zingy and has a subtle gin after taste after every delicious mouthful.
A couple of weeks ago one of my school friend Mum’s tagged me on Facebook on a gin and tonic cheesecake recipe video. Therefore, basically hinting that she would love for me to make one for her! Ha Ha! Anyway, a group of us school Mum’s meet up once a week/fortnight at each others homes and host a little tea, coffee and cake morning and last week I decided I would surprise Sarah with a Gin and Tonic Drizzle Cake.
Coffee and Walnut Chocolate Brownies are delicious and the subtle coffee flavour compliments the chocolate perfectly. They would be ideal to serve at a coffee morning with friends, or served slightly warm with some ice cream as a decadent dessert.
These Coffee and Walnut Chocolate Brownies came about as the result of a bit of experimenting in the kitchen. However, they turned out really well and tasted delicious. Therefore, I decided to share the recipe.
This Christmas Leftovers Rocky Road is a way of just up any leftover chocolates, nuts and biscuits that are left after Christmas. The recipe is easy to adapt depending on what you have left.
Christmas Leftovers Rocky Road, is what it says really. It is a rocky road recipe that uses different leftover items which had not been eaten at Christmas. These were and treats snacks that we either didn’t get around to eating or were things left over from other desserts I made for Christmas. Plus of course food that no one likes eating, like chocolate orange creams from the Quality Street tins.