Damper is a quick, easy and frugal bread to make – no waiting or kneading! This rosemary olive damper is a tasty variation on an old classic.
This choc oat biscuit slice is a delicious lunchbox treat or as well as going great with a cuppa for a morning tea snack. It can also be frozen for later. I found this recipe at Tammy’s Recipes (who got it from A Mummy’s Blessings) after a reader recommended Tammy’s website. This slice made it […]
These little cakes are dense and moist, more of a dessert cake than a morning tea cake. I usually make one large cake, but because they are so moist, it can take a long time to cook, so mini cakes cut the cooking time. Any berries will do: raspberries, blueberries or in this case mixed […]
Savoury muffins make a good lunchbox filler or a meal on the go and are a healthy fast food, especially if you pack them with plenty of veggies and make them with wholemeal flour.
Madeira cake is a traditional English cake that is firm but light texture, making it a perfect with a nice cup of English Breakfast tea. It gets its name, not from the Madeira Islands but because it was often served with Madeira wine. Have this cake plain, or snazzy it up with a lemony glaze, […]
A variation on the old butter cake and icing: caramel upside down peach cake. An easy cake with impressive results.
Quick and easy homemade apple crumble. Even cooked from scratch it’s in the oven in less than 15 minutes and on the table in less than 40 minutes. Tastes better than store bought, especially because you can adjust it to exactly how you like it.