I’ve tried a fair few store bought versions and DIY recipes for Egg Nog over the years as the Husband loves it for a festive tipple but this is by far the best version yet!
Easily transferable from alcoholic to booze free, give it a try this Christmas as it is so easy!
3 extra brownie points if you can guess which film we are giving a nod to in the last photo!
Everyone loves a chocolate brownie right? Everyone also swears their recipe is the best. It’s only natural but I wanted to share with you MY recipe. My thick, gooey, fudgey recipe.
My mouth is watering just looking at the pictures!
Packed full of cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger, these soft fluffy Spiced Pear & Toffee cupcakes are perfect with a mid afternoon cuppa!
The recipe is very easy breezy so you can tweak it to suit your needs.
With the spiced pear puree, the inside of the cakes do retain a very moist centre but don’t worry, they are cooked!
Don’t mock my icing skills, after having 5, yes 5 Jane Asher icing bags burst on me in a row, I just gave up and went rustic!
While browsing Twitter I spotted a recipe that Adam Richman had posted from his latest book – Spaghetti Pie. I was in that dreaded post lunch slump when I was counting down the minutes, seconds and hours until tea time and hit the jackpot.
Not a master piece but it hits the spot.https://www.ladyfromatramp.co.uk/category/food/
With afternoon tea week having just passed and of course a couple of posts about cakes and scones, it was about time I shared with you a recipe from my very own husband for Cheese Scones
He used extra mature cheddar and a dash of mustard and white pepper for a bit of a kick.