Although we are serving these up tear-and-share style, we would be quite happy polishing off a tray of these babies on our own. They are super easy to make so that anyone can get the deliciousness that are cinnamon rolls in their own home.
Even though it’s winter, you can still get beautiful berries that are frozen. Like certain veggies, frozen fruits can actually be healthier than fresh ones as they are flash-frozen immediately after being harvested. This preserves the nutrients that fresh fruit often lose on its journey from farm to shop to table. Freezing berries does alter their texture, so they are best used for baking, sauces and smoothies.
There is nothing better than rich, earthy bold flavour in winter. And our chocolate and Guinness cupcakes definitely hit that brief.
Oh, pears and pecans, the taste of winter. Adding sour cream to your cake mix will give it a soft and fluffy texture. Our pear and pecan cake is perfect, served straight from the oven with some cream.
Did you know that per gram, chocolate chips actually cost more than chocolate bars? So whenever a recipe calls for them, buy a slab of choccy instead, pop it into a ziploc bag and pound it with a rolling pin to make your own. Try it out to make our triple chocolate chip cookies!
Legend has it that the Eton mess was ‘invented’ when a Labrador sat on a strawberry Pavlova during the annual cricket game at Eton College. True or not this treat has been a hit at the famous British school, and around the world, for nearly a century.
How do you like this winter warming healthy dessert? The fibre found in wholegrains, such as oats, helps to keep you fuller for longer and lowers the risk of obesity That’s why we have plenty of it, and other yummy ingredients, in our crumble-filled apples.
Did you know that chickpea fudge is a traditional Indian treat? And although the contain plenty of indulgent sugar, the chickpea flour gives them a healthy dose of protein.
Say what? Amakhekhe are scones, similar to the English variety but just larger. These proudly South African treats are glazed with a jam that gives them their distinctive colour. Traditionally, they are served as is, without any jam or cream.
It’s time to fill that cookie jar with fragrant biscuits that are bursting with life. We won’t say no to a late night hot drink with some of our lavender shortbread.