There’s nothing like a sweet chocolatey and nutty slice with a cuppa!
Golden filo pastry filled with creamy feta and spinach is as good to eat as it looks.
Here’s a deluxe version of bread and butter pudding! You might need a nap after indulging though!
Crumble for breakfast? Why not! Think oats, fruit, cornflakes …
Make the most of seasonal fruit … and cheat a bit using ready-made pastry!
Wickedly naughty is all there is to say about these brownies.
One of the best examples of this delicious dessert.
Seasonal, simple, succulent.
Enriching a basic bread dough with olive oil gives a soft, open-textured bread that is sublime for tearing apart and thrusting into soft, fragrant mounds of hummus, beetroot or bean purée or just more olive oil.
Chocolate. Yum. Strawberries. Double Yum. You get the idea …
Lovely and light and jam-packed with tangy fruit.
WARNING: These are going to blow your scone-crazy little mind.
Call around friends, put the kettle on and serve them up a slice of this gorgeous loaf.
Best-ever Christmas Cake – with a lovely family ritual.
So not a school pudding!
Crunchy nutty slice – just the thing with a cuppa
What’s the deal with silicone bakeware? Is it worth the cost?
Melting chocolate drops in muffins is decadent. And worth every calorie.
Snack time! Salt, fat, carbs and a beer!
The Germans sure know how to make a good Apfelkuchen!
Yoghurt and oil produce and outstanding sponge, and the best thing is you don’t have to faff around beating butter and sugar together.
Baked peaches for dessert, baked peaches for breakfast …
Crumble with wholegrain oats and hazelnuts is good for you. Yes it is!
Cake time! That’ll bring a round of applause.
Rich and succulent, creamy and nutty, Falastin’s Labneh cheesecake with roasted apricots, honey and cardamom is a spectacular dessert.