This looks a bit messy but it is divine! And only took 10 minutes from start to table.
So I made this amazing chocolate terrine! The best thing about it is that it is simple to make and can be made before hand and all you have to do is to pop it out of the freezer a couple of hours before serving.
So lets set down to it! Continue reading
Lemon Meringue Pie is my joint favourite type of pie, tying only with Banoffee Pie (Link). It is a pud that is perfect all year round, it is perfect in the summer but is also perfect in the winter when you want something that is light and refreshing.
Lemon Meringue actually reminds me of my late Nan who passed away earlier this year, as she used to serve one each time we went over for dinner. So when I went GF due to my intolerance (Link) I knew I had to get my recipe for this perfect, and I can safely this as done the trick.
So I needed to make some marzipan to cover my scrumptious looking Christmas cake (Link), this is so easy to make either to cover a cake or to make yummy little marzipan bites which will make lovely little snack to put in lunch boxes, wrapped up to make a nice pressy or put out in a cute bowl for guests (or yourself). Continue reading
These cookies are so simple to make and make the perfect little christmas treat. Why not impress Santa this Christmas by leaving him one of these out instead of a mince pie. Continue reading
These Muffins are the perfect breakfast treat you can eat EVERY DAY!
I made these beauties to take into the office for a Movember bake sale, I wanted something that I could eat (and my fellow GF collegues) but that anyone could eat without having a clue it was GF.
This did just that, no one knew they were GF until I told them after they had scoffed them down/ realised I had brought them in.
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas… well it is in my kitchen anyway.
Making a Christmas Cake can be pretty daunting (to fruit cake virgins) so I have documented the process step by step. Continue reading
This pie is definitely not for the faint hearted or those calorie counting, but it is so simple and just dam delicious and is a great thing to whip up if you have people coming over for dinner and your guests won’t even know it’s gluten free. Continue reading
Like most offices we defiantly have a bake/cake policy when it’s your birthday or for basically any other reason. So when my friends last day coincided with me passing my final chartered accounting exam, it was defiantly time to make something a little special.
My friend absolutely loves peanut butter, so I put my thinking hat on and remembered this absolutely amazing PB fudge the other week. So t I decided it would make a great leaving pressy for a friend but also be something a lil different for ‘Fat Friday’ at the office. Only problem is I have never made fudge before in my life nor did I have a clue how to do it. But how hard could it be right?
Well I suddenly realised most recipes are a bit fiddly and required a sugar thermometer and careful timings, well I have to be honest that isn’t what I called fun. But I found a great fudge making technique online which doesn’t require a thermometer or careful timings YAY!!!