This delectable but simple scone recipe is best eaten with your favourite jam and a dollop of double cream. Making hot, fluffy scones is super simple and quick, and perfect if you’re hosting high tea for Mum this Mother’s Day. This recipe can be made with or without added fruit.
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Practising the art of making desserts can help you brush up on your baking skills. So, why not dazzle dinner guests, or host a high tea at home, with one (or both) of these sugar-sweet delights, plucked from two of our favourite recipe books.
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Have you ever eaten madeleines before? These scallop-shaped cakelets are not only pretty on the plate but also a delight to eat, especially when warm. It’s a good thing that they are also quite simple to make.
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Baked blueberry muffins in the morning is enough to get us up and excited for breakfast. They’re even better when you can enjoy them fresh and warm out of the oven. Add this classic favourite to your baking recipe collection so you can whip up a batch any time for a quick-fix breakfast or when craving strikes!
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How do you make mum feel special this Mother’s Day? A chic yet relaxing high tea party sounds like a great idea. No, it’s not that difficult to put together. We’ll show you the exact game plan so you can treat mum to warm tea and delectable bites on dainty crockery.
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If you love everything matcha, then you know how this vibrant green powder can add that something extra to everyday desserts. And when you have biscuits, green tea, and white chocolate waiting in your kitchen, this baked matcha cheesecake recipe is the perfect thing to make. So make the most out of your leftovers and bake a dessert that will surely make your mouth water.
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Sable breton is a classic French butter cookie traditionally made with a shortbread-type of dough and salted butter. Sable, in French, refers to the sandy texture of the cookie that is a staple to the people of Brittany in northwestern France. Continue reading “Sable Breton Recipe”
When lemons are in abundance, there is nothing like a nostalgic lemon cake. This is perfectly tart yet sweetened ever so slightly by the maple syrup and has a moist pillowy centre. This recipe will also work beautifully with other citrus such as limes or oranges. Continue reading “Lemon Cake with Maple Syrup Recipe”
How many cupcake recipes do we need in our life? Only a couple but one of them has to be a carrot cupcake recipe. It’s one of the basic flavours that everyone likes, and a great way to show kids veggies taste good!
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A high tea makes every occasion that little bit more special from Mother’s Day to the book club morning tea.
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