This simple white chocolate spelt cake has a rich frosting and can be made for everything from a birthday cake to an afternoon tea treat.
This pumpkin chocolate chip bread comes high on my list of healthy Halloween treats. This is a truly seasonal autumn recipe, that smells so good when it’s baking that I can barely bear to leave it in the oven long enough. It’s one of those breads that is really more of a cake - but I somehow feel slightly virtuous when enjoying it with a slather of butter and a cup of tea in the mid afternoon if I call it pumpkin bread! I love Halloween bakes; they’re a little break from the mountains of sugar and candy children seem to be fed around the 31st, but are still a really seasonal treat. This is one of the first recipes I’ll reach for, because it’s perfectly seasonal without being smothered in ghosts, ghouls and all things spooky! I’ll save those for the Halloween cupcakes recipe I’ll publish next week - so keep your eye out for those. The orange and spice combination means that this recipe shouldn’t be relegated solely to Halloween, either - it’s well worth its place on the afternoon tea table well through November and into December!
These easy chocolate chip scones are a great way to enjoy a little chocolate treat. They're simple to make at home and delicious for breakfast or afternoon tea.
A seven ingredient, easy to make, moist, and rich double chocolate bundt cake, that will please every chocolate lover! Works perfectly as a Christmas Dinner dessert as well as for afternoon tea and coffee.
Let me show you how to make peanut butter cups with dark chocolate using wholesome ingredients. You’ll find them irresistible as the peanut butter filling is perfectly sweet, salted and caramelly at the same time. Take out the 9 ingredients (+ salt and sweetener), a few bowls and spoons and make your afternoon tea something to look forward to.
Chocolate petit fours are perfect for Valentine's Day if you're thinking of making something a little different. Fill and decorate them 3 different ways!
It's not hard to make this simple mini egg Easter Cake. If you want to make an Easter cake but without chocolate egg overload then this easy recipe for a simple vanilla flavoured cake topped with vanilla buttercream and mini eggs is just what you need. There are even a few mini eggs inside the cake!
Pancakes are normally prepared out of all purpose flour with egg and baking soda. But today I am going to show you how to make healthy, tasty and quick pan cakes. In this recipe, instead of all purpose flour, I have used whole wheat flour, which is more nutritious. In it I have added strawberries and walnuts ground together with milk. If your kid is a fussy eater with fruits, you can use any kind of fruit in this recipe. He/She will not even know and will enjoy these pan cakes. Vegetarians can skip egg . These pan cakes goes well with any kind of syrup. You can use strawberrry syrup, chocolate syrup or maple syrup. So let's begin with our easy strawberry walnut pancakes.
These fun Easter Basket Cookies are easy to make and full of delicious flavors! The colored coconut egg nest sits on top of a super soft sugar cookie with a layer of tasty buttercream frosting to hold Cadbury's shimmer mini chocolate eggs in place! Top your cookies with your favorite Easter egg candies for the perfect Easter treat to make with the kids!!
A reduced sugar chocolate banana marble cake (or banana bread) perfect for breakfast or brunch, either topped with roasted banana or served at teatime with a fudgy dark chocolate ganache.
These simple lemon cupcakes are sweet zesty snack and great if you need a mid-afternoon pick-me-up. They're easy to make and perfect with afternoon tea too!
Chocolate pear cake - upside down and caramelised with a touch of coffee for a sticky surprising Autumnal teatime or dessert
A light, moist lemon cake made with ground almonds and soaked in tart lemon syrup that just happens to be gluten free. Decorate it for Easter with chocolate mendiants, mini Easter eggs and lemon macarons.
What could be more British for afternoon tea than these traditional fruit scones? Delicious just with butter and jam or why not dress them up with jam and clotted cream too?
Beautifully sweet and perfect for a treat, these white chocolate raspberry blondies are great for a tea time snack, an after school snack or dessert. Or just enjoy one mid-morning with a cup of coffee!
Tender, flaky Blueberry White Chocolate Scones are topped with lemon icing for a trifecta of amazing flavors! They're perfect as a breakfast on the go, brunch, Mother's Day treat, a bake sale item, or served with tea or coffee!
Muffins are great for family gatherings, tea-time snacks or as a late breakfast option. These muffins are sweet, dense with a crispy top an...
Cheesy scones are the perfect savoury scones and these cheese scones with chilli flakes really are the perfect comfort food snack, breakfast or afternoon tea recipe!
A spicy tea-infused twist to the French classic thin vanilla custard, Crème Anglaise, which is normally served at room temperature with fondant chocolate cake. Infused with spicy tea, this goes perfectly with a chocolate ginger fondant cake.
Make breakfast or afternoon tea special with these Mediterranean inspired cheese and olive scones bursting with garlic and basil too. Spread with lots of butter and served warm they are hard to resist!