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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There are plenty of reasons why the well-loved dish crepe is popular, not just in France where it originated from but also in many other countries. One reason is that crepes, like their famous counterpart pancakes, are ideal for kids and adults alike. Crepes are also extremely versatile. They can be served any time of the day and either as a main meal or as a dessert.
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This recipe is one of my all time favourites because it’s big on flavour, delivers foolproof results and always lands compliments.
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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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In this guest post, award-winning media personality and cookbook author Magdalena Roze shares her golden and crisp spanakopita recipe from her book Happy & Whole. This recipe is especially close to Magdalena’s heart as it is her mum’s favourite and something she loves to make for her own kids.
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Over a year ago we were fortunate to have a special guest post, by former MasterChef contestant Brendan Pang. Since his first appearance on Masterchef he has been busy from social worker to TV cook, the opening of his first dumpling kitchen in Fremantle called Bumplings and more recently contestant of Masterchef Series 11. He shares his simple yet nostalgic chocolate cupcake recipe. A food prodigy to two quintessential women in his life—his baker mum and home cook grandmere (grandmother)—Brendan owes a lot of his influences to his Asian and Mauritian heritage.
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If your Mum enjoys a refreshing cocktail then look no further than this watermelon gin fizz, a delicious treat for Mother’s Day! The refreshing flavour of watermelon slush mixed with a shot of gin, prosecco, elderflower cordial, and lime juice will surely put a smile on her face.
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When it comes to special celebrations, nothing beats the heartfelt thoughtfulness of home cooking. While we always trust mum to cook yummy dishes for us, this Mother’s Day, we can all agree that she deserves to be spoiled. Warm her heart by cooking a delightful Italian-style dinner with our recipes.
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Whether mum is a gin enthusiast or simply loves a good drink, this mulled gin recipe will keep her warm and relaxed for Mother’s Day. With the flavour of apples, fragrance of oranges, and heat from various spices, every sip of this drink is a treat for the senses.
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