A burst of colour, inside and out. These gluten free cupcakes are sure to jazz up your day or night. With just a hint of almond, they have a classic flavour with a springy touch.I didn’t make mine vegan as I find they rise better with egg in, but they will work vegan. I’ve putContinue reading “Gluten Free Almond Rainbow Cupcakes (Vegan Option)”
Back in December it was my boyfriend’s birthday, when I asked what he wanted for his cake he just said “our fish”. So I dutifully made him a Fajita the Betta cake. Fajita sadly passed away a little while ago, so in loving memory of him here is how you can make your very ownContinue reading “Gluten Free Chocolate Orange Betta Cake”
Hello chocolate. You won’t even notice these cookies are missing gluten and dairy with all the indulgent dark chocolate in them. I’ve tried making a number of biscuit recipes gluten and dairy free, but I find the most successful ones have something that helps hold them together. For instance peanut butter works well, or inContinue reading “Gluten Free Vegan Double Chocolate Chip Cookies”
If you’ve ever wondered how you can pipe with multiple colours, this is how you can do exactly that. Even better you can do it without using anything fancier than you would to pipe a rose or whatever shape you have a piping tip for. You can also use this method to pipe multiple colours,Continue reading “How To Pipe A Two-Toned Rose Cupcake”
For a simple cupcake that tastes great and looks like you put more effort in than you did, these chocolate orange swirl cupcakes have got your back. I find this chocolate cake recipe always works really well even when it’s vegan as well as gluten free. All I did was add a bit of orangeContinue reading “Chocolate Orange Gluten Free Vegan Cupcakes”
There’s something so satisfying about piping icing and a rosette cake has loads of it. Is the cake half icing? Maybe. For my first attempt at an ombre rosette cake it could have turned out worse, but I think I could make it neater next time.
I had a huge craving for battenberg the other day, so I just had to make one. With only one night after work to bake and assemble the cake, it was a little warm when I cut it to size, so it didn’t end up the neatest. I suggest you be smarter than me andContinue reading “Gluten Free Battenberg”
Chocolate is an important part of Easter for me, so what better way to indulge than a chocolatey brownie topped with creme egg. These are gooey on the inside, swirled with melted creme egg chunks in the middle and crispy on the outside. A rich, chocolatey heaven.
Hate it or love it? I know some people just don’t like marzipan but personally I think it’s delicious! If you don’t like store bought marzipan and haven’t tried homemade, I would recommend it. Homemade is less sweet, whilst some cheaper store bought versions can be too artificial tasting, with less real almonds and moreContinue reading “Marvelous Marzipan”
These rustic macarons can pack a caffeine punch – or not if you choose decaf. I can tell you whether you opt for caffeine infused or not, they’re the perfect bite-size treat for coffee lovers. Mine were decaf but I would definitely like to try the full sugar and caffeine hit sometime.