Finally, the worst month of the year is over. One thing I always find mind boggling with January is the fact we all try and give up the things which makes us happy; certain foods, alcohol etc etc on one of the most depressing months of the year. Don’t get me wrong, I appreciate all these things are to try benefit our health, but it does make the first month of the year incredibly long. Anyway, to mark the occasion of things going onwards and upwards from January I decided to get my bake back on. It’s been a long time but I came across Biscoff Cupcakes and couldnt resist getting stuck back in.
I’m back to the bundt tin! Yes, after the last time I used it I was so satisfied with the results I wanted to give it another go. The complete opposite of my last post, this cake is full of sugar and butter, but, is cake really cake without all the calories? Who cares anyway, a little treat on the weekend never hurt anyone! I also wanted to do something which sort of incorporated my recent holiday in Austria/Germany, so I found a streusel cake! This bake is a delicious mix of maple, cinnamon and nutty crumble. Continue reading “Walnut and Maple Streusel Cake”
My first pie on the blog, as well as the first pastry recipe. As I have mentioned in other posts my Gran baked some of the best cakes and pies. Every Monday there would be a pudding ready and waiting for after dinner. From the gooiest brownies to the yummiest steam sponge pudding I have ever had. This week, however, I wanted to do her Bakewell Tart. A favourite of mine which had a delicious nutty flavour with raspberry jam through the middle. This often would always be fresh out the oven as well with some cream to finish it off- delicious.