• Post published:August 4, 2017

Did you know that this popular German snack food has quite a history? Back in seventh-century Europe, pretzels were eaten during Lent. The shape is said to resemble the crossed arms of a monk in prayer and the three holes may represent the Holy Trinity.

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Classic vanilla sponge

  • Post published:July 28, 2017

Every home cook should be able to whip up a classic vanilla sponge, and our recipe is definitely one you need in your repertoire. Once you have the basic sponge down, you can ice it, drizzle it or sprinkle it with whatever your heart desires. The possibilities are endless!

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Pull-apart cinnamon rolls

  • Post published:July 23, 2017

Although we are serving these up tear-and-share style, we would be quite happy polishing off a tray of these babies on our own. They are super easy to make so that anyone can get the deliciousness that are cinnamon rolls in their own home.

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Pear and pecan cake

  • Post published:July 9, 2017

Oh, pears and pecans, the taste of winter. Adding sour cream to your cake mix will give it a soft and fluffy texture. Our pear and pecan cake is perfect, served straight from the oven with some cream.

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Chickpea fudge

  • Post published:June 17, 2017

Did you know that chickpea fudge is a traditional Indian treat? And although the contain plenty of indulgent sugar, the chickpea flour gives them a healthy dose of protein.

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  • Post published:June 10, 2017

Say what? Amakhekhe are scones, similar to the English variety but just larger. These proudly South African treats are glazed with a jam that gives them their distinctive colour. Traditionally, they are served as is, without any jam or cream.

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Lavender shortbread

  • Post published:June 3, 2017

It’s time to fill that cookie jar with fragrant biscuits that are bursting with life. We won’t say no to a late night hot drink with some of our lavender shortbread.

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