Chocolate… in scones! Serve this with cherry jam and the Kirsch Kreme recipe below. Makes 12.
These are another Christmas staple that have to be eaten around Christmas. They’re delicious though and homemade tastes loads better than shop bought.
A chewy cookie with pieces of white chocolate and cranberries scattered throughout. You can swap the cranberries for cherries, raisins or nuts if you prefer. I did half with white chocolate/cranberry and half with chocolate/orange raisin. Makes 15 cookies.
A raw coconut flavoured crust with banana cheesecake and toffee sauce. Eat enough of it and it even counts as one of your five-a-day.
Similar to a carrot cake in consistency and I’d never guess it was actually sweet potato flavoured. Leave off the frosting for a semi-healthy breakfast loaf/cake. Makes two 7″ square cakes (or equivalent). Serves 6-8.
You can leave the tequila out for a kid-safe version of these – they’re crispy and taste strongly of lemon.
There might be an ounce of summer left in these cupcakes before everything turns into pumpkins and ginger.
Really easy to make, my only improvement would be more sprinkles next time.
Everything good about a PBJ sandwich.. in a granola. The bonus of this is that you end up of peanut M&Ms which are the “wrong” colour, which inevitably need to be eaten.
It’s not quite Christmas yet, but that doesn’t mean I can’t taste Christmas. This was insanely ginger flavoured with both ground and fresh ginger. It was very gooey, but best suited to a large loaf than smaller muffins.