Mini Carrot Bundt Cakes By Caro Mini Carrot Bundt Cakes are a smaller scale version of my classic Carrot cake, perfectly paired with an orange cream cheese frosting. Perfect for Easter and Spring simple baking & using up those mini Easter eggs. WHY MAKE THIS CAKE? 1. Simple To Make/No Knowledge Required 2. Quick to […]
Easter Praline Crackle is my easy, quick recipe, for a Spring version of Praline Crackle. Known as Christmas Crack in the US, let’s bring it to the UK!
Mini Egg Gooey Brownies By Caro Here’s my Easter & Spring version, of my popular brownies. Mini Egg Gooey Brownies, are perfect chocolate squares of delight, topped off with seasonal mini eggs. A Great Recipe If you like gooey and fudgy chocolate brownies, then you will love my recipe for Mini Egg Gooey Brownies. Try […]
Easter Devil’s Food Bundt Cake By Caro Looking for a super simple Easter or Spring cake? Are a beginner baker, or just wanting something with minimal decorating skills required? Look no further than this Easter Devil’s Food Bundt Cake. WHY USE MY RECIPE? 1. Quick & Easy 2. Tastes Great 3. No Special Ingredients or […]
Quick and easy St.Patrick’s Day bakes for beginners.
Carrot Cake Slices are a smaller scale version of my classic Carrot cake, as a single layer, with smaller slices, perfectly matched with an orange cream cheese frosting, with/without pecans. Perfect for Easter and Spring simple baking.
Here’s my simple recipe for making Quick Cheese Puff Swirls, using shop-bought puff pastry. A perfect, quick bake, great for entertaining & sure to please your guests.
Ran out of time? Been busy, and don’t know where the time has gone, but you want to gift something homemade for the holidays? Look no further than my list of simple recipes. Some are no-bake (with no oven required), some go in the oven but are super quick to prepare. Some are sweet, and some are savoury. All things you can make on Christmas eve if need be.
Here’s a sweet version of my Speedy Cheese Swirls recipe. Speedy Mince Pie Swirls have the same minced fruit filling of your favourite mince pies, but can be made much easier and quicker.
Using my Traditional Scottish Shortbread recipe, I developed this chocolate and coconut version, with just a hint of anise! Still with the same melt in the mouth texture, I have been told my shortbread is so much better than a certain popular brand you can buy! So if you love my shortbread recipe, the next experience is the Chocolate Coconut Scottish Shortbread.