A sweet twist to the savoury classic, these Triple Chocolate Marshmallow Pizza Pinwheels are delicious and great served as a dessert.
It was Italian week on the Great British Bake Off this week. I made some Pizza Pinwheels as part of my #GBBOBloggers2017 which is a bake along to the show linky that I host (inboxed case you did not know this!). Then I decided on a whim, to make an extra batch of dough and create some Triple Chocolate Marshmallow Pizza Pinwheels for dessert. Read More
These Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies are so easy to make and only use 5 ingredients.
These cookies are so easy to make and do not use any added sugar as they are made from peanut butter and chocolate spread, mixed with flour and an egg. So easy! Also because I had been sent some Dairy Milk chocolate with Oreo and peanut butter in my Degustabox Uk recently,
I added a square of this to the centre of each cookie too. This meant that each cookie had a delicious gooey chocolately centre.
To enable me to bake my cookies with no fuss or mess, and to ensure that they could be removed from the baking tray easily without sticking to it, I used BACOFOIL NON STICK FOIL which is brilliant for allowing me to do just this. In fact it is the ‘Bacofoil Baco-Shake’ magic that allows food to slide off a baking tray with ease: from fishfingers to pizza, from chips to waffles, from cookies to brownies, BACOFOIL NON STICK FOIL is so handy to have in the kitchen, with its magic Bacofoil Baco-Shake ‘powers’.
It is infact the dull side of the foil which is NON STICK so this is the part that you need to put your food on.
I have a made a little video showing not only how easy these Peanut Butter and Chocolate Cookies are to make, but how much easier they are to bake using Bacofoil NON STICK FOIL:
When I was a girl a popular dessert for my brother and I was a slice of arctic roll. It is a very simple pudding really, a vanilla swiss roll containing jam and vanilla ice cream, and yet it was quite a threat to have a slice! Nowadays artic roll is still available in the freezer aisle of supermarkets (i think it is made by Walls?), but compared to all of the other fancy frozen desserts and delectable ice creams on offer, the humble artic roll is probably not a pudding of choice or popularity with todays youngsters! Read More