• Classic Chocolate Rice Krispies Cupcakes

    Here is simple classic old fashioned rice cupcakes recipe you can enjoy making with your kids in no time. They are also very tasty. You can add mini marshmallows into mixture if you wish. Enjoy!
  • Orange Cookies

    Simple recipe of buttery and slightly crunchy biscuits.
  • Strawberry Cheesecake Bites

    Enjoy this heathy no bake and pretty strawberry cheesecake alternative.
  • Nutella & Banana Muffins

    I guess we’ve all had our crazy Nutella times..
  • Classic Nut Braid

    Just keep in mind - crucial for a perfect result: don’t be afraid of sticky dough. Don’t skimp with the kneading. Don’t overbake it. Don’t be put off neither by the long list of ingredients for the filling (they make for a well-rounded flavour) nor by the braiding process, it took me numerous bakes to reach the state where it looks neat and even.
  • Red Currant Tart

    Seriously it is gorgeous!
  • Piña Colada Ice Lollies

    Easy to make lollipops with coconut liqueur along with fresh pineapple and coconut. Complete with the cherry on top, all you need is some summer sun...
  • Prianiki - Russian Biscuits

    Prianiki are Russian spiced biscuits and are commonly made for a special occasions.
  • Classic Russian Cake - Keks Stolychnyj

    This cake is moist, delicious and easy to make. The taste of this keks brings great memories of my childhood. Goes really well with a cup of tea or coffee as a treat.
  • Popovers

    Enjoy your afternoon tea with these simple mini cakes. They can be served with butter and jam.
  • Apple Tartlet

    You just can't go wrong with puff pastry and apples....a marriage made in heaven! You can use a scoop of vanilla ice cream on top of the still warm tart.
  • Raspberry Sponge Roll

    You can improvise with whipped cream and fresh fruit to fill it... it will also will be amazing.
  • First Aid Cake

    Anyone still dreaming to be a doctor or a nurse? This cake is fun and interactive with the blue M&M pills and stethoscope made out of liquorice. Great fun for future little doctors and nurses! You could also make this recipe as thank you to those who are fighting in the medical front line. Pandemics such a as COVID-19 really wear our kind medical workers out, so this cake could be perfect surprise.
  • Salted Caramel Marshmallow Bubble Bars

    Enjoy this perfect treat - sweet, sticky, bite-sized treats for any occasion.
  • Zingy No Bake Lemon Slice

    This no-bake lemon slice is the easiest sweet treat you'll ever make! Going down a treat in school lunch boxes (when we get unlocked, of course) or as an afternoon snack, this zingy, zesty bite is a winner.
  • Sugar Free Coconut & Chocolate Bars

    Enjoy the lighter way of these gorgeous coconut chocolate bars, which are gluten free and with no refined sugar,and you'll never reach for a bounty bar again.
  • Italian Lemon & Olive Oil Cake with Rosemary

    This cake is so simple to make and bursts with wonderful flavour . Drizzle some lemon and sugar syrup and top with rosemary twigs for a gorgeous finish.
  • No Churn Strawberry & White Chocolate Ice Cream

    You don't need an ice cream maker for this recipe - simply combine all ingredients and let the freezer do the rest of the work. Having waffle cones in the house means you get to save on dishes and feel like a kid anytime!
  • Vegan Spiced Rice Pudding

    Rice pudding brings up a wonderful memories of my mum producing a large glass casserole dish full of steaming, creamy rice pudding she had just pulled from the oven.
  • Vegan Chocolate, Peanut & Caramel Slice

    Indulge yourself with this divine slice. With a silky layer of medjool date caramel and a crunchy dark chocolate and peanut topping, this vegan slice is bound to stake a claim as your favourite sweet treat.
  • Cinnamon Rhubarb Pie / Rhubarb Cake

    What better way to relax than with a rhubarb cake. To me making something out of rhubarb sounds almost exotic. In my younger days I used to enjoy freshly picked rhubarb from the garden, now we grew some rhubarb and freshly picked it, which brought back these memories. So here we go with a cake using these freshly picked rhubarb sticks! This delicious cake is moist and is full of taste of rhubarb. It goes well with tea or coffee.
  • Basic Scone

    Beautifully light and fluffy scones. Serve scones with cream and jam for a lovely afternoon tea.
  • Cookies

    Traditional Cookies
  • Brittany Shortbread

    These nice biscuits are the French version of shortbread, mainly from the Brittany area, and they are rich, buttery and delicious!
  • Dark Chocolate, Coffee & Hazelnut Biscotti

    Italian style crisp and firm biscotti is a perfect companion for your morning coffee or afternoon cup of tea. Combining nutella flavour with hint of coffee, this recipe will transfer you to Italy.
  • Coconut Jam Cookies

    These coconut jam cookies are great for a couple of reasons: they are simple to throw together-one bowl, a little of mixing, and a relatively short baking time. makes 12 cookies.
  • Blueberry Crumb Bars

    These blueberry crumb bars can be thrown together in no time with just a few bowls and spoons, they’re so simple.
  • Spanish Canutos

    This is an traditional and original Spanish Canutos recipe from the north of Spain - Gijon. Kindly provided by our amigo Miguel.
  • Chia and Mango Dessert

    Looking for a healthier desert? Looking for a tasty dessert? Then try this recipe - this dessert blends tasty chia and mango together and can be made very quickly - 5 - 10 minutes.
  • Avocado Ice Cream

    Ice cream with a wonderful blend of avocado goodness to make a creamy, luxurious, tasty and simply an irresistible creation. Definitely worth a go and simple to make.
  • Sweet Glazed Apple & Cinnamon Yeast Bread

    Warm slice of this apple-cinnamon bread is the perfect indulgent for breakfast or afternoon snack. You won’t be able to keep your hands off of it, it’s so addictive. Don’t say I didn’t warn you...
  • Primary School Cake

    Old school cake that was served in primary school in the early 2000's.
  • Tasty Banana Loaf

    A simple banana loaf recipe that really should be called tasty banana loaf. Once you make it, you'll see why. This recipe was originally taken from BBC Good Food and altered slightly to be even better. When I made it, it reminded me of my childhood, what will it remind you of when you smell the fresh loaf coming out of the oven? By the way, before I finish on the description, I just wanted to say that this is a good one to use if you have over ripe bananas. So use them instead of throwing them out. Enjoy!
  • Pecan Bars

    Most of the ingredients of these pecan bars are on the short list - flour, sugar and butter, which are pantry staples so you probably already have most of what you need to make this simple dessert without having to take a trip to the grocery store. For a more desirable dessert, serve the squares warm with dollop of vanilla ice cream on top.
  • Almond Cookies with Raspberry Jam

    The first thing that is about these cookies is the softness: they are incredibly moist and tender, and egg free. Perfect even for a toddlers!
  • Oat Granola Bars

    Granola bars are such a convenient snack for everyone. Easy to hold, easy on-the-go solution and loaded with nutrients.
  • Japanese Biscuits

    Enjoy simple Japanese cookies made from minimal of amount of ingredients. Decoration is choice of yours, I put some hazelnuts on top of each one to celebrate Valentines. But choice is yours.
  • Scottish Oat Cookies

    Enjoy simple oat cookies.
  • Aberdeen Butteries

    Rowies are really delicious and filling for breakfast. Aberdeen butteries can be eaten cold and many shops, garages etc sell them pre buttered for anyone snatching an on the go breakfast. This Aberdeen buttery recipe should make about 16.
  • Iced Buns

    Why not to make a nice hand made present to one you love… children can get involved with the whole process from kneading to shaping and then of course the fun part which is decorating.
  • Panna Cotta with Summer Berries

    Enjoy simple Italian dessert flavoured with vanilla.
  • Spiced Apple Crumble Muffins

    These muffins can be served as they are with the morning tea, or warmed through and served just like a crumble dessert with a dollop of softly whipped cream or a scoop of good vanilla ice cream.
  • Peanut Butter & Honey Caramels

    Great idea for making sweeties for kids and with kids, also it could be nice idea for a lovely present for any occasion. Crunchy peanut butter adds a nice texture to the chewy caramels or you use smooth nut butter such as almond or hazelnut if preferred. The cooking of the caramel to "soft ball" stage is important for the caramels to set. The caramels are best kept in the fridge as they can soften if left in a warm place. Makes about 30 caramels.
  • Mango & Chilli Lime Cake

    Something unusual? Here you go! You can reduce the amount of chili flakes if you want to.
  • Irish Butter Cookies

    Irish butter cookies will melt in your mouth, thanks to the Irish of Kerrygold butter.
  • Golden Oat & Raisin Biscuits

    These cookies smell divine, healthy too. Makes 18-20.
  • No Effort Flourless Chocolate Cake

    No effort to prepare, but really nice chocolate cake. Can take only 45 minutes or less of your time.
  • Pumpkin & Chocolate Chip Muffins

    The chocolate chip pumpkin muffins are not only a lovely dessert but they are also healthy snack, so you can enjoy them without any guilt.
  • Rhubarb & Pear Loaf

    Enjoy rhubarb and pear cake for that special afternoon tea pause.
  • Rhubarb, Honey & Yoghurt Cupcakes with Oat Crumble

    Enjoy these healthy cupcakes warm with dollop of vanilla ice-cream, they are just amazing.