I have the perfect recipe for all of the glacé cherries still lurking in the larder from Christmas! Better get baking before your New Year diet truly kicks in…
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 was pulled by a sheer magnetism of love into Fortnum & Mason.
And went for a spin around the food hall.
Some are busy spiralizing courgettes to make courgetti dishes (a portmanteau most succulent). Others use their spiralizers for carrots to bring style to quinoa.
So it’s with a cheeky felicity that I proffer these Chocolate Spiral Biscuits for your pudding bowls. (See? Spiral. Phonetically twinned!). Although that’s where the similarity ends.
That’s right. Chocolate. Truffle. Brownies. At first glance, they may look like your regular brownies.
Nothing says ‘Je t’aime’ like a melt-in-the-middle chocolate truffle. But a homemade chocolate truffle? Well, you’ve lovingly gone the extra mile! And there’s absolutely no need to disclose that these impressive chocolate truffles are incredibly simple to make…
I firmly believe cold and dark January evenings are best spent baking indoors. You need something sweet and understanding to lift you. That’s where these cookies come in: virtuously light and fluffy, like a cake in the middle, but with a crunchy exterior that gently crumbles.