FRUIT CRUMBLE IN A HURRY By Caro A NOTE ON CRUMBLE INGREDIENTS For your speedy impromptu fruit crumble, you can use any fruit you have and in any form. By that I mean, it can be fresh, tinned/canned or even frozen. All work well, which makes this the perfect last minute dessert. In these photos […]
It’s National Cookie Day so why not make some for yourself or gift them? Many cookies can be frozen undecorated so a perfect bake. Here’s a link to my cookies, from simple to more complex, ones for the holiday season and even includes some gluten free ones too. I am having to run it through […]
WHIPPING CREAM – Theory Lesson 8
Whipping cream might seem simple, but how do you know when it’s ready? Timing isn’t always useful if your mixer has different power or motor than the one used in the recipe. Similarly, if you decide to whisk by hand, this will take long, and require a lot of elbow powder. But don’t worry, it […]
IMPORTANCE OF SIEVING IN BAKING – Theory Lesson 6
IMPORTANCE OF SIEVING IN BAKING By Caro This next Theory Lesson is on the importance of sieving in all our bakes. Some people think it’s not needed anymore because flour bugs are not as prevalent as they once were. However, that is not the case if you don’t store your flour for example in airtight […]
PUMPKIN PATTERNED SWISS ROLL – A Recipe Review
Check out my review of Sugar Hero.com’s recipe for making a Patterned Pumpkin Roll cake. Rating and also recommendations included.
Spring-time Cupcake Bouquet Tutorial
Let me show you how to easily make this Spring or Easter cupcake bouquet, just using fondant and a few cutters. Nice alternative to using buttercream and the good news is, all the fondant elements can be made upto weeks in advance.
Easy Tear And Share Cheese Scones
Easy Tear And Share Cheese Scones are your recipe if you struggle with British Scones. Super simple to make even kids can make them.