– Cakes and Cupcakes –
Layers of caramelly honey biscuit are sandwiched together with sour cream to make a buttery Biscoff-like cake.
Layers of impossibly light almond sponge cake sandwiched together with vanilla custard pastry cream and fresh raspberries.
This cake/cheesecake is the best of both worlds; creamy velvety baked cheesecake on top of a moist spiced carrot cake – it is pure heaven!
This rum cake has a deliciously soft and buttery crumb with a crunchy caramelized crust and a good soaking of boozy rum caramel sauce.
This Victorian Sponge cake is made with earl grey tea which sandwiches slightly tart cherry jam and fluffy whipped cream.
This is the darkest, richest, moistest not-too-sweet chocolate cake you will ever have the pleasure of tasting!
Light as air and loaded with zesty citrus, it’s hard to find a more perfect cake than a chiffon. It’s also very hard to have just one slice!
A light and refreshing sponge cake which is soaked in a mixture of fresh strawberries and three types of milk (condensed, evaporated and full cream).
Everyone needs a flourless chocolate torte recipe tucked away for any occasion!
This is my go-to vanilla cupcake recipe with a moist, soft, buttery cake and a light marshmallow frosting that’s fluffy and not too sweet.
This buttery Apple Yoghurt Cake with Miso Caramel is probably one of the best things I’ve eaten all year. And I eat a LOT of cake…
When it comes to Eid, two desserts are ALWAYS better than one and these two recipes will maximise your time in the kitchen.
Layers of crispy crunchy phyllo pastry, nutty baklava filling and creamy baked cheesecake create the ultimate showstopper for any celebration or even to curb two cravings at once!
A dense chocolate pear and almond cake layered with rich ganache, pear gel and covered with coloured pear chips.
Spicy, rich and moist, this loaf cake has a deep molasses flavour, flecks of seasonal pears and a crunchy oat topping.
This spin on a peppermint crisp tart has layers of mini chocolate swiss rolls holding a filling of caramel mousse inside with swirls of chocolate coconut ganache.
Madeleines may look fancy and intricate, but making these perfect little French cakes – complete with their trademark bumps – is a lot easier than baking a large cake!
These Hot Cross Bundts are a fun spin on hot cross buns. They’re loaded with spice, fruit, topped with a glaze and served with a boozy rum and raisin sauce – a scoop of ice cream wouldn’t hurt either!
This chocolate cake with colourful buttercream is inspired by a piñata – with chocolate balls filled with sprinkles, glitter and sweets so the birthday girl/boy can smash them all over the cake!
This is my favourite chocolate cake recipe! The sponge is a rich, moist one-bowl wonder and it’s sandwiched together with a chocolate Swiss Meringue Buttercream