Gluten free cookies are a dream come true. But buying all the separate components can make it tricky. Buying a single pouch which includes flavourings, and gluten free flour mean you can simply pour it all into a bowl, mix it up, bake and enjoy. How simple is that?
Christmas. The word that instantly brings joy and excitement to kids, but utter dread to most adults. To make your life easier, we’ve created our ultimate Gift Guide, but (as you will see), it is also full of tips and tricks for creating the best Christmas dinner, the ultimate festive knees up, and even some pretty good cookies…
Channel 4’s Great British Bake Off surprised us all. It was just as cake-y as the BBC’s version, and had a handful of fantastic bakers. Of course, the biggest surprise was how they managed to spoil who the winner was. Thanks Prue.
This season of the Great British Bake Off has flown over, with relatively little drama. Featuring brand new themes, judges, and presenters, series 8 has been a whirlwind of baking. And after last night’s semi-final, we have high hopes for the final.
Picnics are a fantastic way to spend time with your family, and they’re not just for summer. So grab your Picnic Backpack and get ready for the best list of winter picnic ideas of your life.
There will be no spoilers for who left in this episode but we are disappointed and sad. But in the spirit of Forgotten Bakes Week, lets just pretend what upset us didn’t happen…
Baking has been around since the crack of dawn (5600 BC is historian’s best guess), but it has evolved over the years, leaving many traditional bakes in the dust. So let’s take a look at the recipes time forgot – five sublime recipes that our ancestors will have adored.
Pastry. Flaky, buttery, golden and delicious; it houses indulgent ingredients for tasty traditional recipes. This week on the Great British Bake Off the bakers were set a number of challenges to see whose pastry would stand up to the test of time, and whose would crumble under pressure.