Easy one bowl raspberry coconut cake that melts in your mouth. Super light and fluffy coconut cake studded with fresh raspberries and finished with a layer of gooey raspberry jam. This cake comes together in minutes! Just one bowl needed and it’s in the oven in under ten minutes.…
My go to traditional English scone recipe. Made with just 8 simple ingredients and ready in less than 30 mins. Buttery, soft and sweet fruit scones studded with dried cranberries and topped with strawberry jam and a simple two ingredient whipped coconut cream.…
Party season is here – the season of nibbles, bubbles and desserts. Canapés and appetisers are the best part of any evening, so I had to bring you one of my all time favourite party recipes – veggie sausage rolls! Irresistibly snackable, deliciously moreish and sure to please all of your guests, even the meat eaters.
Are you a fan of moist, cinnamon infused cakes? What about sugar free, naturally coloured, creamy frosting? Well look no further friends, these cinnamon cupcakes with blackberry cashew frosting are here to bring a little Autumn magic into your life this September! …
Strawberry season is still in full swing and there’s an abundance of summer berries everywhere. What better way to celebrate than with a beautifully moist and sweet strawberry cake? The sponge is soft, moist, melt in your mouth delicious and infused with strawberry pureé and strawberry essence. …
Are you a lemon lover? It’s probably the only fruit aside from bananas that I enjoy every single day. I love it’s uplifting aroma and zingy flavour and use lemons in hot and cold water throughout the day and always incorporate them in sweet and savoury dishes. Considering how much of a lemon fan I am, it’s a surprise I haven’t made these sooner….
This recipe is one you’re going to want to make over and over again, I promise! I’ve recently fallen in love with making pastry and I have been very excited to finally share my go to pastry recipe with you. For me, pastry screams out for berries, so of course I had to fill these little tarts with the first of the season’s strawberries. With a scoop of vegan vanilla ice cream, you’ll feel like you’re in the middle of summer when you bite into one of these babies! …
Happy December! It’s been a hugely exciting and busy month for me, which has unfortunately meant my backlog of recipes to post here is bigger than ever! To say thank you for bearing with me, I’ve uploaded this special gingerbread cupcake recipe. …
Hey, friends! How’s November treating ya? Aside from the shorter days and chilly mornings, I think Autumn has so much to offer. An excuse to snuggle up under blankets, drink even more herbal teas and play with new seasonal ingredients, pumpkin being a favourite right now! These pumpkin spice muffins are gently spiced and warming, just the thing with a hot cuppa for breakfast. They’re also the perfect way to use up any pumpkin or squashes you have hanging around your pantry, I’m still working my way through the backlog.
I’ve used cinnamon, cardamom, cloves, nutmeg and allspice in these babies, but feel free to adjust the spices according to your taste, I just love any excuse to use all of them together. Nothing smells more seasonal to me than the smell of cardamom and nutmeg baking in the oven. They’re also made with spelt flour, which I’m diggin’ for it’s wholesome, subtle nutty flavour. If you find regular flour bloats you, give spelt a go, spelt gluten is water soluble and easily broken down by heat, so it’s easier to digest. It’s also packed with many nutrients, minerals and vitamins that you just don’t get in regular wheat flour.
I rarely see pumpkin puree in tins over here, so tend to make my own. I’ve included some instructions on how to make your own pumpkin puree below, if you make too much it’s great for adding to pancakes, oatmeal and pasta sauces, win win! Much better for the environment to make your own too.
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- 2½ cup spelt flour
- 1 tsp baking soda
- ½ tsp salt
- 2 tsp cinnamon
- ¼ tsp ground cardamom
- Pinch of ground cloves
- ¼ tsp nutmeg
- ½ tsp allspice
- 5 tbsp vegan marg
- 1 cup light brown sugar/coconut sugar
- ¼ cup veg oil
- 1 cup pumpkin puree*
- 2 flax eggs (2 tbsp flax mixed with 5 tbsp water)
- ¾ cup buttermilk (3/4 cup soya milk and 1 tsp apple cider vinegar)
- Preheat oven to 190•c and line a 12 cup muffins tin with cake cases. In a large bowl, mix spelt flour, baking soda, salt, cinnamon, cardamom, nutmeg, all spice and cloves.
- In a medium bowl beat together vegan margarine and coconut sugar until well combined, or cream together with the paddle attachment of a stand mixer. Make flax eggs and set aside for 2 minutes to thicken.To the margarine and sugar, add oil, pumpkin puree, flax eggs and vegan buttermilk. Mix well until smooth. Fold in the flour mix until just combined into a batter. Try not to overmix, or the muffins will be heavy.
- Fill each cake case ¾ full with the mixture and sprinkle on pumpkin and sesame seeds and extra coconut sugar if desired. Bake for 23-25 minutes, until a toothpick comes out clean. Remove from the oven and let cool for a few minutes before transferring to a rack to cool completely. Extra delicious served warm with a piping hot cup of tea, but keep well for up to 4 days in a tin.
Happy October, friends! It’s that time of year when I’m baking almost every day, it’s my favourite way to spend time indoors. These chai latté donuts are so delicious and moreish, plus they’re mini so you can get away with having a few at once. They’re frosted with a seriously creamy cashew icing, that’s refined sugar free but just as creamy and lush as you’d expect. I added some cacao to the mix, as I think it gives that rich latté flavour I was craving. Finished with a dusting of cinnamon and cacao, these little chai donuts are a joy to eat….