A deliciously moist almond cake that is perfect without gluten. This recipe’s almond sweetness is beautifully complimented by a slight tang of raspberry. You will need 20cm deep springform tin Food processor Stand or handheld mixer Ingredients 140g ground almonds 140g butter 140g golden caster sugar 140g gluten free self-raising flour Pinch of xanthan gum (optional)Continue reading “Gluten Free Raspberry & Almond Cake”
If you want to bake some spookily tasty Halloween treats, look no further than these gluten free macarons shaped like skulls. Halloween has to be one of my favourite holidays, I just love all the creativity, from baking to costumes and decorating. It’s also my mum’s birthday so there is always cake in my house,Continue reading “Gluten Free Skull Macarons”
A delicious banana bread with a crispy crust and moist middle. This gluten free loaf can be made with or without chocolate chips.
Learn how to make these rich chocolate cupcakes topped with a vintage key. This recipe will show you how to pipe the Harry Potter style keys with chocolate and give you all the information you need to bake this gluten free vegan dessert.
Follow this tutorial to make your own Baby Yoda cake. This gluten free sculptured cake is sure to be loved by any Star Wars fan.
OK so they’re not actually pumpkin flavour! But these gluten free cake pops are shaped like adorable little pumpkins and taste like chocolate orange, so that’s even better right? As much as I love pumpkin flavour on a cold day, not everyone actually likes pumpkin, so chocolate orange is a safer bet.
It’s biscuit week in my house. This post is a little late for the Great British Bake Off biscuit week, but the recipe is guaranteed to be way easier. Hey, what can I say, a girl has things to do and no tent to bake in.
When you fancy a sweet treat, Dr Pepper ticks that box. Even better if it’s in cake form. However if you don’t love Dr Pepper simply replace it with cola.
How else do you celebrate a baby shower than with baby decorations on baby size cakes?
When it comes to fairy cakes, I pick cactus themed. Whilst more effort that a buttercream swirl, the cactus piping is still pretty easy to do and satisfying to watch. I chose chocolate cake to represent soil, making them look like potted succulents.