Nat Paull, baker-in-chief at Melbourne’s Beatrix bakery teaches us how to make a deliciously fluffy lemon sponge roll with one-pot lemon curd and mascarpone.Continue reading “Lemon Sponge Roll with One-Pot Lemon Curd & Mascarpone”
Learn how to build an overflowing Easter dessert grazing board. The gorgeous candy tones will add a whimsical feel to your table while the mixture of breads, cakes and lollies will enchant adults and children alike.Continue reading “Easter Dessert Grazing Board: Tips & Tricks”
A couple of simple Easter baking recipes to add to your collection. They’re easy, irresistible and fun to decorate – ideal for getting the little ones involved and excited for the sweetest time of the year.Continue reading “Easter Baking: Cupcakes & Love Heart Cookies”
This plum upside-down cake is just crying out to be put to the test. It’s everything you could want in a dessert; fruity, comforting and incredibly moreish.Continue reading “Plum Upside-Down Cake in 5 Simple Steps”
You’re in for the sweetest of treats with these strawberry bakes. Choose between Charlotte Ree’s Strawberry Friands or The Sugarologist’s Strawberry & Lemon Verbena Mini Cakes, and eat your way to bliss!Continue reading “Strawberry Bakes: Friands & Verbena Cakes”
Kids (and kids at heart) are sure to hoppily gobble up these vegan carrot cakes. They’re an absolute treat, and we promise no one will even guess they’re eating vegetables.Continue reading “Mini Vegan Carrot Cakes for Easter”
Celebrate Easter with fabulous baking that tastes every bit as good as it looks. These glazed mini vanilla bundt cakes are just the ticket to dress up your spread and impress guests. For a little extra sweetness, we topped each with chocolate eggs—because a two-in-one dessert is egg-cellent.Continue reading “Mini Vanilla Bundt Cakes Recipe”
The delicate buttery goodness of sugar cookies is simply irresistible. In this blog, we show you four simple ways you can transform one sugar cookie dough into adorable edible gifts and ornaments that will add a lovely personal touch to your holiday gifting.Continue reading “How to Use Sugar Cookies for Christmas Gifting”
This festive trifle recipe is being shared by no-fuss baker, first-time author, and pun-lover Charlotte Ree from her debut book Just Desserts.
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Making a trifle can be a little time-consuming but, thankfully, the process can be spread out over a few days to make your life easier. The best thing about trifles is that they are so adaptable. I have used port wine jelly and red berries here as they are the most festive, but you can alter the recipe to include your favourite fillings and flavours.Just Desserts by Charlotte Ree, published by Plum.
Easy royal icing only needs three ingredients: egg whites, icing sugar, and some water to adjust its consistency. It’s a baker’s staple that you can use to decorate cookies, frost cakes, and build gingerbread houses.Continue reading “Easy Royal Icing Recipe”