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Ginger Biscuits

Afternoon tea? Make sure these ginger biscuits are on your menu so you can dunk them into your cuppa.

Quinoa Salad

Quinoa (pronounced ‘keen-wha’) is a gluten-free grain, rich in protein, calcium & iron.

Eton Mess

Get messy with this classically British pud, full of strawberries, cream & meringue pieces.

Sherry Berry Dessert

This one’s for the adults. Prep your pud in advance so that the sherry syrup soaks into the sponge fingers.

Frozen Berries

You’ll tempt fussy eaters with this recipe. It’s so simple to make & the combo of cream & melted white chocolate is heavenly.

Lovely Rice Pudding Recipe

Rice pudding is a classic dessert almost all children love. Best of all, it uses ingredients you probably already have and it’s super easy to prepare. To give this pudding recipe a bit of pizzazz, why not stir in some stewed plums or strawberry jam for a fruity flavour? Alternatively, sprinkle in a dash of … Continued

Chocolate & Toffee Cheesecake

This chilled, no-bake cheesecake has a beautifully soft texture. You can use toffee sauce or dulche de leche to create the marbled effect.

Flapjacks

The oats in Flapjacks are a slow release energy food and so they’ll keep kids going on busy days but they also contain quite a lot of sugar and so should be eaten in moderation and as a treat. Flapjacks are an ideal snack food and also great for the little one’s lunchboxes as a treat … Continued

Rudolph Pancakes

Stack your pancakes & add two bacon antlers & a strawberry nose to make your very own edible Rudolph.

Banana & Pear Ice Lollies

Lollies are great to help baby’s sore gums when they’re teething. It’s so easy to make your own fresh fruit lollies, just follow this simple recipe.

Strawberry Sorbet

It’s easy to make your own ice lollies using fresh fruit. Simply blitz the fruit, mix with the syrup & pour into moulds.