Another team meeting at work = another bake to bring along with me. I’ve got a reputation to uphold – the clinical manager is even thinking of making us have these meetings twice a month instead of once because he’s getting so fond of my treats! I have been baking up an absolute storm recently so I searched to try and find a healthy recipe for flapjacks.
I think I did a good job of keeping them healthy and delicious, just look at those ingredients up there, are you drooling already!?
Click here to see how it went. Comments are appreciated as always, especially from those that tried them.
I love blueberries. A beautifully coloured fruit and such a lovely flavour too, it’s a double threat! I also adore lemons and more specifically, lemon zest. The most gorgeous smell fills my kitchen whenever I bake with lemons and it’s an incredibly comforting and welcoming scent.
So what do I do when it’s my Dad and Nan’s birthday? Well make a lemon and blueberry cake of course!
Click here to see how it went and to give it a go yourselves (if you are so inclined, I have to say you should definitely be!) Comments are appreciated as always.
These were made in conjunction with the fudgy brownies for Alex to take with him to the Super Bowl viewing party. He wanted some American themed goodies and peanut butter was figuring highly so I made these.
I’ve never really had a taste for peanut butter but this stuff is honestly amazing! Incredibly sticky but the overwhelming taste of pure peanuts is just heavenly. I definitely couldn’t wait to cook these and see (taste!) the results.
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PS – two posts in one day, aren’t you lucky!
I made these as a special treat for Alex to take round to his friend’s place for his annual Super Bowl viewing party. This is a completely new one on me as it featured ingredients I’ve never used before (in a cake anyway) and because there were no eggs or butter/fat in it.
This is from the healthy eating dessert blog that Alex found and I was definitely looking forward to how they turned out.
Click here to see how it went, I know you are just as curious as I was! Comments are appreciated as always.