Hot, spicy and wonderfully moreish – these delicious fish cakes make a fabulous first course, especially if the rest of the meal has a spicy theme.
These No-Bake Chocolate Peanut Butter Easter Nests are made with only 7 ingredients and are ready in 15 minutes! They’re the perfect treat to celebrate Easter!
Classic Red Velvet Cupcakes with a luscious cream cheese frosting! Not only are they delicious, they are very quick and easy to make.
Fresh lemons, shallots and lemon juice bring out all the great flavours in these crispy crab cakes. Be careful not to overcook or they’ll be dry, instead of moist and delicate.
This wonderful gingerbread originated in the Lake District, it is crunchy, chewy and spicy a cross between a flapjack and shortbread!
Delicate, fragrant cupcakes that taste absolutely heavenly – lemon & elder flower what a perfect combination! The brilliant bakeware products I used are from Masterclass UK – they make baking so effortless. Check them out – https://www.masterclass.co/
This is a stunning flourless orange & almond cake with a zesty syrup is absolutely delicious. It is the perfect accompaniment to any afternoon tea. .
My Mum’s favourite – an absolutely delicious brunch and a fantastic alternative to the “classic” Eggs Benedict!
These corned beef hash cakes make a delicious brunch and are very easy to make, and you can save time by using leftover mashed potato instead of boiling them from scratch.
These fishcakes are delicious and make a great meal for all the family. They can be made and frozen individually as a quick last-minute supper. You absolutely cannot go wrong with this fishcake recipe.
Take your fish cakes to a new level with this recipe! Rich chorizo and flaky cod is a classic pairing combined with sun dried tomatoes and spring onions it makes these fish cakes taste so good. The cod was gifted to me by Bradley’s https://bradleysfish.com/ (they deliver throughout the UK) use the code Victoria-15 at check out for a 15% discount.
This delicious citrusy cake is packed with blueberries and an extra citrus boost from lemon curd. This recipe is very easy to make and is wonderful cake for afternoon tea, or can even be served with cream for dessert.
Oh my, I think this is now my new favourite cake! It is very easy to make, moist and fruity – the perfect teatime treat!