Strawberry Crumbles

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I love strawberries and they are at their best during the British summer.  I do sometimes get a little carried away and buy more then we can eat in a day.  Unfortunately strawberries really need to be eaten within a day or two of picking before they go a little soft. This is the time I make strawberry crumbles. I make this as a tray bake and are so moreish it’s difficult to only eat one square! Continue reading “Strawberry Crumbles”

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Blueberry and Lemon Cake

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I love the zing of a lemon drizzle cake that combined with the sweetness of the blueberries makes this cake extremely popular.

I have substituted some of the sugar for honey in this recipe, it just adds another dimension to the cake.  If you don’t have honey then just use caster sugar instead, or if you feel you would like more honey flavor then try adding more honey, but don’t forget to take out an equal quantity of sugar. Continue reading “Blueberry and Lemon Cake”

Sticky Toffee Cake

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My grandad’s favourite pudding is a sticky toffee pudding, for his birthday I made him a Sticky Toffee Cake, I have included a picture of Grandad’s cake at the bottom.  I have made a variation for you here.

Usually Sticky Toffee would call for dates, however my sister hates them with a passion and isn’t too keen on dried fruit, so in this cake I have used raisins and liquidized them to disguise the fact they are in there. You can use them whole, or use chopped dates or sultanas, all will be good. Continue reading “Sticky Toffee Cake”