I used to sell these at Christmas markets, from a big soup cauldron. They were a real hit on cold days. It was very fun getting the blow torch out on the stall… still is fun doing it at home! How long does a Fluff Hot Chocolate take? Prep time: 5 minutesCook time: 20...
I first had these on a very rainy day in a little café in Dublin called ‘The Cake Café’. It was a dreamy little place hidden down a back street, a good walk away from where we were staying, but it was so worth it! We had these with a big pot of tea (in vintage china...
This saucy madam has been our not too secret weapon at turning any cake or brownie from good to gUUUUUUUUUUd. I’ve put it in tarts that have won 2 stars (out of 3) at the Great Taste Awards, our Salted Caramel Brownie has also picked up 2 stars… it’s all in the sauce!...
I used to have this Carrot and Walnut Cake recipe on my market stall every time without fail. It was given to me by my cousin Kate who is an excellent baker. It’s such a versatile recipe, you can add in chopped pineapple, coconut, mix the nuts up and it still...
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