Coconut Ice

If you like coconut, then you will love coconut ice! It’s soft, and coconutty and oh-so-sweet. This recipe is soft, melt in the mouth. You can make it firmer by adding more icing sugar, coconut, or by leaving it out longer to allow the icing to set. The best thing about this recipe is that…

Dark Chocolate and Walnut Fudge

Fudge is one of those things that people say to me all the time, they wish they could make it. Well, you can! I realise that it appears to be like some kind of alchemy, and I suppose in some way, it is as you are changing the structure of the sugar crystals via intense…

chocolate bark

Cranberry and Pistachio Chocolate Bark

Chocolate Bark is something that has been growing in popularity over here in the UK the last few years. I first saw it in Hotel Chocolat about 5 years ago, and it was quite expensive. I am not sure why it has taken me this long to have a go at making it, as it…

Pfeffernüsse

With a frost on the ground, and bitter winds outside, we are well into the middle of winter. I am getting over the annual cold, and glad to be indoors. However, Christmas baking stops for no woman – cold, or no cold. So today, in between sneezing fits, I have been baking Pfeffernüsse as another…

Christmas Pudding Cake Pops

Christmas Cake Christmas Pudding Cake Pops

Christmas Cake Christmas Pudding Cake Pops. Confused? Then let me explain. Cake Pops are a trend that was brought world wide attention by the food blogger extraordinaire Bakerella, and these delightful little treats are very de rigueur at the moment. I made some Snowmen ones last year to include in my Christmas gift hamper, so…

Snickerdoodles

Snickerdoodles is such a great word. I love the way it sounds. I have to say, before I first investigated the ingredients, my mind had conjured up something involving peanuts that had been crafted in Willy Wonka’s lab. They are in fact lovely little vanilla cookies, rolled in a sugar and cinnamon mixture prior to…