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My home made doughnuts are super soft and fluffy and are so easy to make, i’m sure these will be your go to recipe every single time. Coat them in my super easy sugar glaze topped with crushed NuVita Chocolate Cookies or coat them in some caster sugar, either way you will love them!
These little balls of energy will help get you through your day! Energy blasts are the perfect snack after a workout or for the early morning since they are packed full of tasty and nutritious ingredients.
Chocolate cupcakes stuffed with gooey caramel sauce, shortbread crumbs and topped with a swirl of caramel buttercream and a final sprinkle of more shortbread crumbs, it can’t get better than that!
These cookie flower pops make a great piece for your child’s birthday party. So simple to make, tasty and pretty.
Ever wanted to learn how to make a light cheese cake without having to go through the hassle of baking it or even one without gelatine? This recipe is all you will ever need for that perfect no bake cheesecake and requires only a handful of ingredients. I top my easy peasy cheese cake with some ripe mangoes and passion fruit to give it some tartness that balances out the sweetness so well, however, feel free to top it off with any other fruits you may like.
You can’t go wrong with my cheese cake recipe. This raspberry cheese cake is rich and topped with a layer of raspberry coulis and fresh plump raspberries and a light dusting of icing sugar.
A dessert with only 3 ingredients? Yes, you read that right. This dessert is so simple but so tasty. This 3 ingredient white chocolate fudge is a hit in my family and will be one in yours too. Enjoy!
Cake made with digestive biscuits? Trust me, this Digestive Snack Cake is light and delicious and the perfect snack to go with your afternoon/evening tea.
Running late every morning and don’t have time for breakfast? Crunchy and healthy breakfast bars are our go to option for those rushed mornings. Crunchy cereal and nuts mixed in with a yummy peanut butter mix, and the best part of all, it doesn’t need to be baked either.
Warm carrot cake with a hint of spice and a cup of tea, can it get any better than that? Yes, it can! My version uses crushed coconut cookies to give it that lovely hint of coconut and a different depth of flavour to the ordinary carrot cake. If you are not a fan of cookies, substitute with chopped walnuts for a classic carrot cake recipe.