It’s not just a man’s heart that food can find its way to. No, no, no. The best way to show your mum how much you love her? That’d be with something homemade, sweet and totally delicious. And perhaps washed down with a few glasses or prosecco whilst staring at a beautiful bunch of flowers… but you get the idea: cake first.
I am a firm believe that ginger biscuits are not just for Christmas. But then again I do love ginger. Warming and hearty, these babies go from ingredients in your cupboard to tasty stuff in your belly in just 20 minutes. Whip these up on a night in and see how fast they disappear with a cup of tea and a film.
This time of year is very exciting for us food bloggers: it’s time for us to shine! It’s no secret that beauty and fitness is ever so popular right now, so indulgent recipes don’t get quite as much attention as recipes for super-clean-organic-vegan-raw-gluten-free-paleo… *takes breath*
I don’t really like peas. (I am going somewhere with this)
I got the idea for these when I was at a party on the weekend. After dinner, a big selection of cookies were brought out and whilst everyone else was diving in for the double choc chip cookies, I was eyeing up the oat & raisin ones. Obviously I love all cookies (duh) but I really like the rustic gnarly ones, the kind you could imagine a farmer’s wife whipping up!