Hazelnut and Cacao Energy Balls Recipe: I seem to be on a Nutella binge at the minute- with pancake day and my previous recipe, and I can't seem to get enough of the uber-sweet and uber-rich chocolaty, nutty spread. So in an attempt to prevent me from turning into a jar and for the sake of my skin, this is my healthier twist on the old classic! It's nowhere near as … [Read more...] about Cacao and Hazelnut Energy Balls Recipe: How To Make?
Strawberries and Cream Cupcakes Recipe: What Is The Secret?
How To Make Strawberries And Cream Cupcakes? I bought this super cute ceramic muffin tray last week- if was half price, I couldn’t not?! - so I had to come up with a bake to use it ASAP, and with Wimbledon in full swing, what could be more fitting than strawberries and cream, in cupcake form? Talking of which, does anyone know why strawberries and cream and Wimbledon … [Read more...] about Strawberries and Cream Cupcakes Recipe: What Is The Secret?
The Very Best Banana Bread Recipe Ever in the World
The Very Best Banana Bread Recipe: I could start with a little Gwen Stefani. Still, I feel I’ve already worn that out in previous banana-based recipe posts, SO it’s going to have to be put on the shelf for the time being. However, I guess it’s a sign of success for her that her lyrics come to mind whenever I think of the yellow fruit (or isn’t it technically a … [Read more...] about The Very Best Banana Bread Recipe Ever in the World
Jammie Dodger Blondie Recipe: How To Make?
How To Make Jammie Dodger Blondie Recipe? Now, doesn't that sound tasty?! I recently rediscovered (or perhaps just discovered, seeing as I think it's a new obsession rather than one I'm re-visiting) the JAMMIE DODGER, all thanks to a local bakery that does the BEST' jammy biscuits. I'll re-create said biscuits one day, but for now, the humble Burton's Biscuit … [Read more...] about Jammie Dodger Blondie Recipe: How To Make?
French Beignets New Orleans Recipe: How To Make?
French Beignets New Orleans Recipe: What is a Beignet? Beignet (pronounced "Ben-yay") is a French word that means bump. It originally meant fritters made from choux pastry. This is an authentic recipe. This doughnut was made from a pastry with no holes and was made the official state doughnut in Louisiana in 1986. In France, beignets are a traditional Mardi Gras food. … [Read more...] about French Beignets New Orleans Recipe: How To Make?