This is not a marble. This is ginger cake. Spongey. Spritely. Warm. Comforting. Dark and light. Ginger cake with a light lemon drizzle icing. The best cake to eat in January. Continue reading Ginger Cake Recipe
For a pudding full of sunshine, this Apricot Upside-Down cake is absolutely divine. It’s very easy to bake and scrumptious to eat! Save me a slice. Continue reading Apricot Upside-Down Cake
Things no one tells you about baking: Swiss Roll is incredibly easy.
I happily fall into conniptions when I think about cake (occupational hazard as a hungry food blogger) so it’s nice to have an excuse to bake a marble cake in a love heart shape topped with cherries and chocolate.
I have a very good raisin and festive reason for posting this recipe today: make a Christmas cake this weekend. Action that, Christmas!
I can’t claim to have invented Lemon Drizzle Cake. It’s a reassuringly old recipe that hasn’t needed updating because it is so very good. You will find versions with cream cheese frosting, elaborately decorated, painstakingly piped… but I always feel the established and time-trusted cake is best: a light zesty sponge with soft lemon buttercream icing in the middle and water-icing drizzled over the top. It will be a real hit on Mother’s Day!
A few weeks ago I had some friends round for an impromptu afternoon tea. I opened the fridge for inspiration and was greeted by a punnet of fresh blueberries. I posted a picture of the cake on Instagram and thought I would share the recipe on here! It’s very easy to bake that you definitely don’t need to bake two bundts to hold up and wear as glasses.
Continue reading Blueberry Bundt Cake