Yesterday I made a blondie style tray bake with Adam. Still haven’t mastered getting rid of the rice flour taste, however in these it’s quite nice. Today we’re taking them on a walk with my aunt uncle and cousin so hopefully they’ll like them. So what you’ll need: • 110g of softened butter • 100g of caster sugar • 110g of soft brown sugar • … Continue reading Raspberry, white chocolate and macadamia nut tray back (gluten free)
So inspired by sweetambs, I decided to make these biscuits for my boyfriend. They turned out amazingly and are very cute. He sort of liked them 😂 but he doesn’t like minions but they tasted good so that’s all that matters You’ll need: 250g of salted butter 225g of caster sugar 1 teaspoon of vanilla extract 1/4 of a teaspoon of almond extract 1 egg … Continue reading Valentine’s Day minions cookies
Well today I was trying to figure out what to make for Sunday lunch pudding. Every Sunday we have roast dinner, which is my favourite meal of the whole week. At school we’ve started our coursework for food tech so I needed to practice a few skills. It turned out amazing. With Cheesecake, caramel, chocolate and flapjacky bottom, what’s not to love Ok what’s you’ll … Continue reading Millionaire cheesecake (gluten free)
I was rubbish at posting last year, with only one update. This year I hope to post more of what I love doing. But let’s recap In 2017, I won a cake competition, helped make a wedding cake along lots of other things I made a biscuit tool boxCupcakes for my confirmation a wedding cake more gluten free blondies pink cupcakes for a friends birthday … Continue reading The past. The present. The future.
This is a more detailed skilled version of icing technique number 2. I’ve had a lot more practice and this is slightly different. What you’ll need: Round Sugar cookie or Gingerbread Royal icing A flower cutter or icing cutter Piping bags Food colour Offset spatula Paintbrush Sponge Vodka I coloured my royal icing pink, yellow and peach. I left the pink in a bowl and … Continue reading Icing technique number 4. Improved brush embroidery
With my brother being gluten-free, which by the way is a real pain (mostly for him), I’ve tried to find him lots of different bakes and cakes that hopefully match non-gluten free favourites. This afternoon I found a really good cupcake recipe which was airy and moist and only slightly tasted of rice flour, which can easily be masked with lemon essence or vanilla. What … Continue reading Gluten free raspberry jam cupcakes
Well it all started when I saw a video on Facebook. My Cupcake Addiction made a video of her playing around with Russian ball piping tips (video inserted). Instantly I was fascinated by the intricate designs she pipes seamlessly onto a cupcake without much bother. Obviously she is a skilled woman with many talents in the baking world, but she made it look really easy. I would … Continue reading My adventure into Russian Piping tips