Hot cross muffins, a little lighter than the buns, and a great twist on the Easter tradition.
Home made hot cross buns and Easter egg mousse cups.
As well as some Easter treaties you can purchase from around town.
I bought a huge bunch of bananas the moment I read they were to triple in price thanks to cyclone Yasi. The last time a cyclone (Larry) hit Queensland, my mum didn’t buy us bananas at all. You never know how much you miss something until it’s taken away from you, or becomes too expensive!
Another recipe from the latest BBC Australian Good Food magazine. I’ll admit, this is from the “helping kids to cook” section, but it looked and sounded so good I had to give it a go. I almost didn’t cook the banana as I was having a case of the can’t be fudged-s, and I thought
You know those bananas in your fruit bowl… the sad looking ones that you look at…. you know they are too ripe, but you don’t want to throw them out? Well it’s their lucky day! They can be combined with coconut, chocolate and muffin mix and be brought back to life again! These muffins are
Week 15 Theme: Muffins Cookbook Used: Bourke Street Bakery Author: Paul Allam and David McGuinness I’ve wanted to make these muffins since seeing them on Adski’s blog, Totally Addicted To Taste. I thought the Bourke Street Bakery cookbook was a bakery in Melbourne, as we also have a Bourke Street. But low and behold I
What to do when you have 4 sad looking bananas in your fruit bowl and nothing to do on a Sunday? You invite you boyfriend around to watch Seinfeld and bake! Got to use my new muffin cases I got from Cake Deco during the week. We tried them when they were still warm and
Well I was plan on pad-thai-ing it up this week but my boy was too sick to come over for my mid-week cooking so I thought I’d change my plans. I made a sweet potato and pancetta risotto, which looked and tasted like the infamous clag! So needless to say I’m NOT posting picture or