This feels like a victory for Britain’s children and for everyone who has campaigned so hard for a tax on sugary sweetened drinks.
For a quick and easy loaf, Irish soda bread is just the ticket. Taking just 10 minutes to prep, simply mix the ingredients (don’t over-mix them!), pat into a dough, then whack it all straight in the oven.
It’s British Pie week, and to celebrate Katie Allanson has delved into the history of one of Britain’s favourite dishes to reveal the life of pie.
Rhubarb has an amazing flavour spectrum – it’s sour and acidic, but when balanced with sweetness, it’s tart and refreshing all at once.
You can’t beat the smooth, creamy moreishness of quality dulce de leche, especially when you’ve made it yourself. This indulgent sweet treat requires a little love and attention, but trust us, the reward is well worth the effort.
Rather than consign them to the back of the cupboard, why not turn your leftover chocolatey treats into delicious cakes and bakes instead? Here are six of our favourite chocolate-inspired recipes.
Easter wouldn’t be easter without a chocolate egg, but why not break with tradition and make your own this year?
In a gesture of respect to all the mums and special women in our lives, Mother’s Day is the time to really put some effort in. So setting up an afternoon tea where your mum can put her feet up and relax is always sure to go down well. Set the biscuit tin aside and Read the full article…
Make your mum feel special this Mother’s Day by treating her to a home-cooked lunch with all the trimmings.
If you’re concerned that a healthy lifestyle and a baking habit don’t go hand in hand, think again. Enjoy your bakes guilt-free with these simple swaps.