My Banana Custard Cream Blondies are a great way of combining biscuits and cake in one delicious treat. Give them a try, you will not be disappointed.
Banana and custard is such an old fashioned pairing. Of course it is a simple dessert, but it just works in terms of flavours. Seeing as though I am always looking for new ways of using up over ripe bananas, these melt-in-the-mouth Banana Custard Cream Blondies are a yummy way of doing so.
This delicious MaltEaster Bunny & Mini Egg White Chocolate Cheesecake would make an amazing dessert for Easter, or any time of the year while these Easter choccie treats are available to buy.
Last year I made a very easy but very yummy looking Malteser MaltEaster Bunny and Mini Egg Chocolate Cake and it was so popular , and still is this year with people looking for Easter inspired cakes. So I wanted to create another yummy Easter inspired recipe, that I hope will prove to be as well received with fellow chocaholics everywhere!
This is a recipe which I have been wanting to make for some time, but I have just never got around to making it. I know that a Rocky Road Cheesecake is not new, I have seen them all over pinterest and on the internet, but I wanted to make mine with an actual rocky road biscuit base. I LOVE rocky road – it is so ruddy moreish and hard to resist which is why I do not make it very often. I thought (and hoped) that such a base (minus the chocolate topping) topped with a chocolate cheesecake filling would make for a taste sensation.
I actually made this cake back in July for a friend’s husband, but what with the holidays and the my #GBBOBloggers2016 bake along I have a few bakes that I have not yet posted, which is why I will be featuring them over the next few weeks!
I totally made this Jammy Dodger Funfetti Sprinkles cake design on a whim. My friend said that her husband liked a Victoria sponge with jam and buttercream, which was a relatively easy cake to make. BUT this is me and I don’t like to just offer someone a Victoria Sponge for a commissioned birthday cake – oh no! No, I like to add my own spin on it and when I was delving into my cupboard, I found some unopened packets of jammy dodgers, that I had bought a few weeks earlier for the boys as they were on a deal at Poundland (3 for £1 – what a bargain! Except, it was not a bargain as the boys did not like them!), and some sprinkles. I figured, and hoped, that being a fan of jam cake the recipient would also be a fan of jammy biscuits and everyone likes sprinkles don’t they?
The week before I went on holiday, I wanted to use up some bits and bobs I had in my kitchen, and as I needed to make a cake for playgroup anyway, it was the perfect opportunity to use them up in a tasty way. Read More