This festive Maltesers Merryteaser Reindeer Chocolate Cake would make a striking centrepiece on your table this Christmas. A chocolate sponge cake covered in various Maltesers chocolates and some smartie red noses too!
I was starting to panic that I was not going to get a chance to make this cake and blog about it before Christmas. As it is, I am cutting it very fine with less than one week to go until the big festive day! Thankfully, my boys have Christmas parties at school this week, so it was the perfect excuse to at last make this Maltesers Merryteaser Reindeer Chocolate Cake.
These wickedly delicious Peanut Butter Brownies are as easy to make as they are to eat. Each piece is filled and topped with Reese’s peanut butter chocolate treats too.
These Peanut Butter Brownies are very easy to make and adding lots of Reese’s chocolate treats to them, makes them all the better in my opinion. Peanut butter and chocolate go so well together don’t they?
This is such a simple and foolproof recipe for making super easy and super tasty Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken Sliders. With just a handful of ingredients this can be cooked in your crock pot to make a simple mid week family meal.
This recipe for Slow Cooker BBQ Pulled Chicken Sliders actually came about last year when I was asked to devise some recipes using Newman’s Own Original Sticky BBQ sauce. Unfortunately, this meal idea was not used but it seemed a shame to let it sit in my drafts folder. Therefore, so I am posting it now as it seems appropriate with the warmer weather, as it is a perfect recipe for summer. Of course it can be served all year, round but the photos were taken with summer in mind.
This Easy Tomato Soup can be made using store cupboard ingredients and takes next to no time to cook. Low in sugar and high in veggie goodness, this soup is great for all the family.
Something I enjoy doing is creating quick and easy meals using up whatever I can find leftover in my fridge/freezer/store cupboard. This easy tomato soup is just that: a recipe made up almost on the spot, when I needed something tasty for lunch, but had not found the time to go shopping. Using a handful of ingredients which most of us would find in our kitchens, this homemade soup would make a delicious meal for all the family.
Here is my recipe for a Gluten and Dairy Free Rainbow Cake which can be decorated any way you like once the sponges and buttercream have been made. This really tasted delicious and would make a great birthday cake for any rainbow cake fan who needs a GF and DF cake.
It was Jenson’s 7th birthday a couple of weeks ago, and the weekend before his actual birthday (which fell on Good Friday this year), he had a joint party with his friend Holly with whom he shares the same birthday. Holly cannot eat foods which contain gluten and dairy, and as I offered to make the birthday cake, I decided to have a go at making a Gluten and Dairy Free Rainbow Cake.