So the Americans call biscuits what we would be more likely to call a scone in the UK or if placed into a stew of some-kind, maybe a dumpling. As with scones, they can be both sweet or savoury – but they are super popular here. This cheddar scone is wonderful served with manchego cheese and prosciutto or my favourite of brie and caramelised red onions.
Chocolate, peanuts, peanut butter……..Need I say anymore??? You might not know that peanuts are not nuts but legumes, despite their name.
My children love these mini bundt cakes – I always give them a pot of extra chocolate sauce on the side too, because you can never have too much chocolate!
Crispy on the outside, chewy on the inside – these oatmeal chocolate chip cookies are simply sweet deliciousness.
Whilst these cookies are not vegan as they do include egg white, they are naturally gluten free and do not contain any other dairy yet they are still melt in your mouth buttery, crumbly and incredibly moreish!
These vegan cupcakes will surprise even the most avid taste tester. I made these and no one in my home had any idea that they were vegan, as for the coconut frosting, i am still licking my lips!
Okay so not technically a pizza, but still tastes like it and delicious so i think it earned its place on our pizza themed menu.
A wonderful combination of ingredients to satisfy even the fussiest of eaters. The perfect finger food.
These are not only totally delicious but really pretty too. Whenever I make these, there is a fight to get to them first when I place them on the table. Experiment with different toppings using what is in season throughout the year.
These are so delicious and healthier than fried chips, Make sure that you make plenty as everyone will want a second serving.