Out with the old. You know how it is when you are trapped in the festive doldrums. That horrible slump. The grey mood-vacuum sandwiched in between the child-like wonder and excitement of Christmas Day and the rowdy shindiggery of New Year’s Eve. There always seems … Continue reading Choc ‘N’ Mint Bundt.
A very merry Christmas. It’s that time of year again. And even if you don’t usually partake in the perils of Long John Barleycorn and his inebriated brethren – when it gets into the party season you find yourself being offered all kinds of weird … Continue reading Christmas Cupcakes 2016.
Golden balls? I couldn’t resist showing you these little beauties. Now I know that this is meant to be a bakery blog. And I know that these truffles are not baked. But to be fair – they are related to my baking sessions in quite … Continue reading Easy Cake-Crumb Truffles.
The mighty buche? In years gone by there were probably only two ways to have a Yule log on your Christmas menu. The first involved the tricky process of making your own Swiss roll. You would generally make a light sponge base by whisking together … Continue reading Irish Cream Yule Log.
Poins of interest. The Poinsettia has long been associated with Christmas. Being a simple soul I had thought it was merely a case of the red and green leaves being representative of Yuletide colours. “Aww. Look at the pretty red and green flowers. Aren’t they … Continue reading Fruity Christmas Poinsettia Bundt.
Season’s eatings. Oh. I love the holidays. Not in September when the shops are trying to part you with your hard-earned. Not in October when you finally get around to buying a few bits for your nearest and dearest. Not in November where you start … Continue reading Christmas Brownies.
A matter of time. I was hoping to start off my new blog with the new Nordic Ware 70th Anniversary Crown Bundt tin. Suffice to say, it hasn’t quite arrived in this country just yet. I ordered mine in March as soon as I saw … Continue reading Not The 70th Anniversary Bundt.