The summer holidays can be a constant round of “I’m hungry!” so here are some snack ideas to help you feed the ravenous hoards.
Sweet strawberries and slightly tart rhubarb combine to make this delicious tart. I cheat and use ready made pastry but if you’ve got pastry skills I’m sure it’s even better.
Blackcurrants make the best jelly to spread on toast or croissants. It’s easy to make and saves for 6 months in the pantry.
Welsh Cakes are an easy tea time treat that cook on the stove top rather than the oven. They are the perfect way to celebrate St. David’s Day.
As part of the Queen’s 70th Jubilee there was a competition to create a pudding. I decided to have a go and created this ode to Tea and Biscuits for the Queen’s Platinum Pudding competition.
You need very little baking skill to make these delicious Apple Turnovers. They are delicious hot with custard or cold with a drizzle of double cream.
Your liver is unbeatable when it comes to detoxifying your body from harmful and unnecessary chemicals and by-products. There are some foods that are brilliant at boosting your liver’s incredible abilities.
Danish Rice Pudding is a world away from the hot version I ate growing up. This version comes with its own game where the prize includes bragging rights!
Nigel Slater’s classic Mincemeat Hotcakes are a festive staple in our house. I love them for breakfast or with a cup of spiced tea for elevenses.
It’s so easy to make your own cranberry sauce and you’ll be so glad you did. This recipe has warm spices and bright orange to make a gourmet sauce ideal for Christmas Day.