A classic treacle tart recipe.
A gorgeous chocolatey crunchy biscuit-like treat which kids will love as well as adults.
These are a great for a children's Halloween party! Chocolate cake mix is an easy option when you are making so many. Use liquorice laces for the legs and mini jelly beans or Smarties for the eyes.
These little nibbles feature cherry tomatoes stuffed with a cool mixture of mayo, bacon and spring onion. They look great arranged on a platter of rocket.
A beautiful crumble for you if you like don't fruit.
This recipe is handed down from my mum's mum. This is NOT a dessert (not sweet), but more like a 'quick bread' for the Chinese. This 'cake' is usually made and eaten during the Chinese New Year or its slices are usually found all year round as dim sum in Chinese restaurants. This cake can be kept for 1 week in the fridge (but usually it's finished within a day!!)
This is a really straightforward traditional parev recipe that includes the classic ingredients of matzah and cinnamon. It is ideal for Seder night as it makes a large pudding, just the perfect dessert after a heavy meal. The apple juice and egg mixture ensures the pudding is light and fluffy.
This version of vodka sauce has been passed down through a lot of generations. Everyone adds there own special twist. So, if you like try adding your own.
This easy recipe combines my favourite things in this world -- bread pudding, apples, raisins, vanilla and rum! The sauce thickens atop the bread pudding, providing an attractive and delicious glaze. We never have leftovers!
I saw a recipe for this ages ago and always planned on making it myself. I couldn't find the original recipe so had to improvise. I was really pleased with the results, and so were the rest of the family. Amarula is a cream liqueur from Southern Africa and it's easily available. I guess you could try this with Baileys or any other cream liqueur you can get your hands on
Delicious with a cup of tea.
I always used to run to the kitchen when I was little and my mum was cooking this for tea. Another one of her family's simpler recipes, this makes for a very cheesey treat in winter time, just serve it up with some crusty bread and Bob's your mother's brother! I find it always tastes better with a mild rather than a mature Cheddar. I have also suggested white potatoes, as I prefer their texture in this recipe. But this is also up to your own personal taste (or whatever's in your cupboard!).
This was one of my mother's specials. Ideal for a hot supper on a chilly winter evening.
Forget the diet ladies. If you love puddings you'll never make anything again!
Being a fussy eater, I like nice simple recipes. These tarts are great little starters, with a nice crunchy base and lovely pesto
Beer Dogs in a slow cooker.
This recipe is easy, but fun try choc drops and wine gums in them
Made this as an experiment and everyone loves it. Very sweet but nice with ice cream. Made the dough in my breadmaker so depending on your setting times depends on the cooking time. Any kind of sweet can be used but don't advise jelly sweets :) just as long as it melts and doesnt go hard and chewy. People turned their noses up when I suggested sweet pizza but people in my work were surprised....
I had a look around the kichen and noticed that I had quite a few carrotts lying around abandoned in the corner, and was quitely contemplating what I could do with them apart from roasting them or turning them into soup.
Yes, it's not at your local Tesco's, but one can indeed find crocodile through special suppliers. Search online for home delivery and then relish the most exotic chilli con carne you'll ever come by!