Toasted Coconut & Vanilla Blondies

Toasted Coconut & Vanilla Blondies A

I really wanted to make blondies, but of course couldn’t bring myself to do plain old blondies so here’s my take. Toasted coconut mixed in and on top as well a boost of vanilla flavour on top of the creamy white chocolate – what could be more indulgent?

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Ginger Fudge Cookies

Ginger Fudge Cookies A

I came up with this flavour combination by accident, but boy am I glad I did! You get both the creaminess of the fudge (I use all-butter) and heat of the ginger in this sweet, chewy cookie.
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Chocolate & Hazelnut Rings

Chocolate & Hazelnut Rings B

Rings of kings! I don’t know why I call them that but it’s what they are to me. Rich chocolate, crunchy hazelnuts: a royal match indeed! And if you want to be even more regal, why not drizzle them with chocolate too…
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Salted Peanut & Strawberry Bars

Salted Peanut & Strawberry Bars A

I was really excited to make these bars. The pairing of the salty peanuts with the sweet, sticky strawberry had me salivating at the thought alone! And in reality they are really tasty – I hope you enjoy them as much as I do!
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Blueberry & Lemon Cookies

Blueberry & Lemon Cookies A

Blueberry and lemon is a flavour combination I always enjoy using, it’s like they were made for each other. The fresh flavour of blueberries collaborating with the fragrance of lemon just makes me smile – and did I mention the colour? Excuse me while I have another…
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Spiced Chai Muffins

Spiced Chai Muffins A


I’ve not been a fan of spiced chai for long. I find many commercial ones too sweet and some a bit too peppery, however my mind was blown when I visited Elephant (Pakistani street food) in Brixton Village. Although nothing can compare to the fresh chai at Elephant I was happy to discover the Drink Me Chai range in my local supermarket. Perfect for baking in powder form, they come in a variety of flavours which you can switch in and use in this recipe!
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Chocolate & Almond Shortbread

Chocolate & Almond Shortbread A

I’ve come to realise that the almond is my favourite nut. Whether ground to add moisture, chopped to add crunch or flaked to add decoration, it always shines for me. Despite its ubiquity I never tire of its flavour and it pairs so well with many other ingredients. Here I’ve used almond extract in some shortbread which I’ve been rationing so they last all week!

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